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GreenJubs Staff Application (got ungrounded)

This application took from my last application, I just change it a little bit cuz nothing big really changed . Have Fun to read it!!! BTW I’m not grounded anymore! So I can play a lot of time on chaincraft!
PART1:
(Use complete sentences. Short awnsers are not allowed. Use atleast 75+- words for question: 1,2,4,5)
  1. Please present yourself in real-life(name, age, where you from, etc.):
Name: Rom
Age:14.3
where you from: Im From Israel
Im spending time with my friends: we are playing a lot of games: Minecraft is our favorite game, sometimes we play others game like Team Fortress 2, Fortnite, GTA V, And some others games.
I got discord in my phone so im really active in discord and can help players if they need me or any stuff, if im not near my PC I can know whats happed because i got MineChat in my IPhone, its an app that you can see the chat and write in chat.
  1. Present yourself in-game(nickname, how long have you been playing mc, etc):
In game name: GreenJubs
How long have you been playing MC: I'm Playing MC since 2012, cant remember which version, im playing in all the versions but my favorite one is 1.7.10.
I'm a gamer since I remember myself,I have a lot of experience in games and especially in MineCraft, I'm a lot active in Discord and in the game itself, I know how to use all the possible commands and how to stop hackers from continuing to be on a server called ChainCraft.
  1. What is your past experience as a staff member:
[ChainCraft] (Mod)I was 2 times staff on chaincraft, the first time I was mod on chaincraft for like 1.5 month, all the staff got demoted because the owner and manager want new staff team, I didn’t did something wrong and then I got demote. The second time I got promoted and demoted in the same day, lewbi hit box me and I thought he block glitched me, I was with my back to him so I warned him and it was his third warn so he got tempban, he broke his monitor, he was so mad so he start to hard insult me, he got unbanned by l1inkizh because he saw what happened, I wanted to warn lewbi another time for hard insult, l1nkizh doesn’t allow me to warn him cuz he thought lewbi understood what happened, I still wanted to warn him, 5 minutes later I got demoted.
[FisherLex] (Mod/Detective/Staff Manager) So I wasStaff Manager on the server, I was a mod and then I got promoted to a detective, and because the managers liked everything I did they promoted me to the role I am now.
The server is shut down because someone hacked the server and delete all the file there
[UnDeadCraft] (Admin + Got Promote To Manager) It was Minigames' server, I saw that there was a possibility and a potential for acceptance for staff. So I went and tried to be accepted as a mod and they loved how I explained to them what I do if someone does hack, spam, and stuff like that.I got promoted to the manager because I was active and helped server to develop and grow and hacked hackers. xD
The server is currently shut down because the owner died from car accident 😕
[IWinterPvP] (Mod) I was mod at this server For one year and then the server was shut down because The YouTuber was quitting from YouTube and then it came back six months later and I stayed mod, then I resigned because the owner had a problem with me, the YouTube is left YouTube and delete he’s channel
[PikaCraft] (Admin) : This server also does not really sell and even if it is a bit familiar then I was there for two years admin and because it is an unrecognized server then there were a lot of hackers so there was a lot of work to staff on the server. After these two years I decided to do ReSignd because I wanted to get to other places and not be on this server every day all day although there was a lot of work ..
[MinePlex] (Helper): I'm pretty sure everyone knows which server is MinePlex, I was there Helper for 10 months and then I got Demoted but it's not because I did something wrong, it's because the server owner wanted a new staff and it threw all the staff on the server.
[BombUHC] (Owner) My friend and I made a server Ultra Hard Core and tried to have as much fun as we can to the players. The server is like HCF with UHC together ... The server was really better than I and a friend we thought it would be at first, the server was for 9 months and then I and a friend of mine decided we can not with All the clutter of continuing with the server so we sold it to someone, the server continued to be successful until we sold it to the server and decided to shut it down .. i was there realized what people want someone to have what staff they need help .. Owner and mod and admin roles He would have liked them, but I understood that we had to invest in something if I wanted him to happen.
What You Can Bring To The Server: I know everyone says they can bring a lot of help to Staff and all kinds of Shit like this but it's important to me to say that I'm really going to help the Staff and help players who need help or something you can ask a lot of peaple on chain that I helped him every day, I'll help Staff to be responsible for special events and the beginning of the map and the end of the map, I had an experience cuz I already was a mod on chaincraft.
  1. Why moderating chaincraft than another server:
because im playing chaincraft since 2012 and I really like this idea (Soup pvp factions) one day i just wake up and thinking "Lets trying be staff in ChainCraft" since this day, im trying to get accepted, im trying to do everythink to get accepted, when I got accepted, I was really hyped,and it actually pretty nice to be mod on chaincraft. Before I got accepted to chaincraft as mod. accoker told me that i cant be stuff because im spamming, since this day iI stopped spamming,stopped be toxic stopped be "Bad player".
now im just whishing i will get accepted again,im playing chaincraft 7 hours in a day. At this moment I’m grounded but i will trying to do my best to play as much as I can.
  1. Why should we just YOU instead of someone else:
To be honest? I do not know why I'm better off than anyone else, I already was a moderator on chaincraft, you already promoted me, but, I know that I have a good experience, peaple actually loves me as mod, I really helped them as mod, and that’s exactly why you should instead me of someone else.
  1. Indicate your timezone and your schedule:
TmeZone: GMT +3
Schedule:
Sunday: Coming home at 12 PM (GMT +0)
Monday: Coming home at 1 pm (GMT +0)
Tuesday: Coming home at 12 PM (GMT +0)
Wednesday: Coming home at 1 PM (GMT+0)
Thursday: Coming home at 1 PM (GMT +0)
Friday: Coming home at 8 AM (GMT +0)
PART2:
  1. Do you know how to screenshare someone?(yes/no): Yes. I know how to screenshere at Join.me / AnyDesk / TeamViewer V1 / TeamViewer V2.
  2. If you know how to proceed, please explain the entire method
of screensharing that you would use to find someone's cheat.(FULL EXPLAINATION NEEDED)
when im ScreenShare him I tell the guy i freeze to download join.me and join chain discord.. I'm Searching In his Open Minecarft, snooper settings, controls, resource packs Folder and the go to .minecraft, searching in versions, mods, and last logs, looking for some proofs, then I’m downloading cheatsmasher, process hacker, open the cheat smasher and waiting for info, if it write “Possible Cheat” it means he maybe using a hacked client, in process hacker I go to explorer.exe, memory, strings, contains, and searching, aura, vape, hack, clicker and more. Search in google history for vape.gg and see if he have account open or he closed it befor the screenshare start.
[THE END]
Have Fun :D
GreenJubs (Rom) ;D
submitted by GreenJubs_ to ChainCraftORG

One Device for Work and Play: A Working Samsung Dex Review

One Device for Work and Play: A Working Samsung Dex Review
With the release of the Galaxy Note10 and DeX on Windows, I decided to venture off on a real-world DeX experiment. I've read a lot of articles and watched a lot of talking-head video "reviews" on YouTube, but it's always focused around casual computing. As a consultant in technology, I travel frequently and sometimes far. Because of this, I am a proponent of the one-device vision. My ideal future vision is to effectively be able to work from my phone without needing to manage or work in multiple environments a long the way. DeX gets us close to this. Read below for my experiences, thoughts, issues, and impressions along my journey of using my Note 10+ for everything in my day-to-day life.
I'm going to structure this by use case, as I threw a lot at thie environment.
WARNING - Long post is long. Grab a coffee, tea, blanket and pillow and sit by the fire. Or just skip to the conclusion (but you'd be missing out on all the juicy details).

Table of Contents
  1. Setup
  2. Working with Devices
    1. Monitors/Resolution
    2. Keyboards
    3. Mice
    4. Storage
    5. Hubs
  3. Use Cases
    1. Casual Computing
    2. Work
    3. Photography
    4. Traveling
    5. Gaming
  4. Tablet DeX vs Phone DeX
  5. General Notes
  6. Opportunities for Improvement (Issues)
  7. Conclusion

1. SETUP
Phone: Galaxy Note 10+ (with comparisons to S10e)
Tablet: Galaxy Tab S4
Monitor: Viotek GN34CB 34-inch Ultrawide (3440x1440)
Hubs: Samsung Dex Pad, Third Party Hub, Cable Matters Docking Station
Stand: Adjustable Stand
Laptops/Docks: CHUWI AeroBook 13.3" Laptop, HP LapDock
Keyboards: Logitech K810, Logitech K360
Mouse: Logitech MX Ergo
Temperature Reporting: Aida64 App
USB C to USB C Cable: Here.

Desktop Setup

Mobile Setup

2. Working with Devices
This section is dedicated to my experiences with various external devices used in the DeX environment for my use cases. Rather than mix use case notes with hardware notes, I separated them out into different sections.

2.1 Monitors
DeX's maximum supported resolution is 3440x1440. This will give you the most real estate to work with. I also had a Samsung CHG90 (3840x1080) monitor at my disposal for testing, but the max resolution I could get on that was 2560x1080. It appears the resolutions shown in the DeX settings menu are the only resolutions supported.
With the VioTek (which is a GREAT monitor for $400 dollars), connection was flawless and consistent over HDMI. You'll notice in the photo above, that I mount a sound bar below my monitor. That is fed by a single 1/8" stereo cable. HDMI audio output to the monitor from the phone works perfectly.

2.2 Keyboards
Bluetooth keyboards have been supported for quite some time on Android. I use the K810 for traveling because I got a great deal on it and love the typing feel. There are much, much cheaper keyboards that you can use. Additionally, USB keyboards are supported. I tested this with the K780, and a unifying receiver. Adding a mouse to the unifying receiver worked as well.
Interestingly, there seems to be a couple issues with using bluetooth keyboards in DeX. It works as expected about 90% of the time.
  • Multiple Keystrokes - Every so often, keys will triple input. For instance, typing the word "TEST" will show up on the screen as "TTTEEESSSTTT". When this occurs, it can range from less than a second to 10 seconds. I can't find a way to fix or correct this issue short of disconnecting and reconnecting the keyboard or wait for it to correct itself. It's incredibly annoying because backspace and deletes are also tripled.
  • Typing Backwards - This is an interesting one. Every so often, keys will register on the screen input in reverse. For instance, if I'm entering my username on a text field "mister2forme", it will show up in the field as "emrof2retsim". Reconnecting the keyboard doesn't fix this issue, but clicking around or to a different tab/window can sometimes correct it. It can also fix itself after some time.
Both of these issues appear to ONLY affect bluetooth keyboards. When testing my K780 on a USB receiver, I never ran into these issues. As mentioned, it works fine about 90% of the time.

2.3 Mice
They operate as expected with the exception of scroll wheel support. Some apps support the scroll wheel with fluid scrolling. Some "support" it, but jump around almost as much as a page down/page up. Some don't support it and require clicking & dragging. I'll see if I can assemble a small table of apps to show which support it and which don't.

2.4 Storage
We already know that the internal SD card slot works fine. This section covers USB drives, external card readers, and NAS drives.
  • USB Thumb/Hard Drives - I used my docking station to connect to whichever DeX hub I was using. Thumb drives showed up in the native Samsung file explorer and interacted just fine. My 4TB external drive would not show up in the Samsung file app, but did show up in Total Commander. it appears that some drives may require additional granting of write access, but will not show up in the dialog to select for access provisioning. I haven't found a solution for this, but will spend some time playing around.
  • External Card Readers - The SD and XQD card readers I tested worked fine. Additionally, as you'll see in my photography use case, hooking up a camera directly as a card reader also works.
  • NAS Drives - I use an SMB share on my personal NAS. The native Samsung file explorer doesn't support NAS or SMB connections. Total Commander has a plug-in that works for this. One minor annoyance is that Total Commander doesn't appear to persist mapped network drives between instances - requiring me to enter the IP, UserName, and Password every time I want to connect after disconnecting from DeX.
  • Cloud Drives - OneDrive, Samsung Cloud, and Google Drive all work fine within the default file explorer.

2.4 Hubs
I've used a plethora of ways to connect with DeX (links under Setup section). Each is outlined below:

Connection By Resolutions Pros Cons
Samsung Station All * All resolutions supported * Props the phone up for easy fingerprint access * Integrated fan for cooling * Ethernet jack * Spaces the ports out * Can open up to 20 windows in DeX * Larger than the others * Limited support for cases * Expensive * Requires power to be connected
Samsung Pad All * All resolutions supported * Can use phone as mouse trackpad * Integrated fan for cooling * Can open up to 20 windows in DeX * Compatible with slightly thicker cases * Flat alignment doesn't allow for video features (video calling, etc) * Fan is audible (not loud, but audible) * Aligning port requires attention * More expensive than non-Samsung options * Requires power to be connected * Port access is tight/inconvenient
USB-C Dongle All (3440x1440 limited to 50hz) * All resolutions supported (some at lower hz) * Can use without power connected * Very portable * Port access is convenient * Cheap * Lower refresh rate for higher resolution * Very light - might not lay flat with a stiffer HDMI cable
Docking Station Only 16:9 resolutions * Most ports available * Powered USB * One solution for all your devices * No higher resolutions supported * Not as portable * Can be expensive depending on model
USB-C to HDMI Cable 1600x900 or 1920x1080 * Most portable - it's just a cable * Cheapest option * No USB ports * Limited resolution support * Won't charge the phone

It's important to note that resolution support is finnicky on phones. By comparison, the Tab S4 will support more resolutions on non-Samsung solutions. Also to note, not all USB-C dongles support all resolutions. Most report limited to 1080p max resolution. The USB-C dongle I used for testing was recommended by another user here as working on higher resolutions, and it does, just at 50hz instead of 60hz.

3. Use Cases
Rather than go through the normal structure of a review, I decided to tackle this from a use case perspective. This is meant to provide context and comparison points for some of the things I threw at this solution.

3.1 Casual Computing
WHAT I USE:
DeX can handle most, if not all casual computing needs. Want to check your email? Done. Want to update Facebook? No problem. Want to manage your budget in Excel, sure! That's been covered in a lot of different reviews. What I'll cover here are the applications I used in my day-to-day and my experience.
  • Web Browsers - Chrome, Edge, Samsung, Desktop Browser - Most browsers work fine, but there doesn't seem to be a single "kick-ass" browser.
    • Chrome has great tab management (and surprisingly doesn't eat RAM), but requires all new tabs to be set to desktop manually. One hugely annoying thing about Chrome? It doesn't let you click and copy the current tab address. Also, when you go to click share > Copy to Clipboard, it won't register the click on Share, and just treats it as a web page click.
    • Edge is mostly great, but not all web sites appear to work correctly.
    • Samsung works good, but all tabs are the same size and can only fit a handful across the screen - forcing you to manually curate once you open more than 5 tabs.
    • Desktop Browser is pretty configurable - allowing you to set what platform/browser is reported to the site, but has similar random site issues much like Edge.
  • Home Management - EcoBee, EverSource, Google Home, SmartThings, SolarEdge, BlueIris, iRobot, Xfinity - All apps used to manage various systems/services for my home
    • I won't break down each one. Most are designed for cell phone use, so may require some window sizing to get proper proportions on the screen, but interaction and operation of all of them work fine in DeX.
    • A note on BlueIris - They have an app, and it works fine, but I prefer the web application that comes with the BlueIris server installation. It is simpler, and scales better than the app.
  • Shopping - Amazon, Best Buy, etc. - While each vendor has it's own mobile app, I recommend using the browser much like on a desktop/laptop. Most of the apps don't offer the best DeX experience, and the web sites typically are more full-featured.
  • Other Random Apps - AmazFit, Google Fit, Mint, HD HomeRun, Plex, TuneIn Radio, YouTube
    • Same as above, some are designed for phone aspect ratio, but operate fine.
    • Some have scaled tablet modes and they switch automatically. I tend to run radio/youtube/TV in the background while doing work - DeX handles this fine.
      • A note on YouTube - Leave YouTube in window mode (don't maximize). if you're multitasking If you maximize, as soon as the window loses focus, it will stop playing. If you're watching a video and multitasking, this isn't an issue as it wouldn't be maximized anyway.
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3.2 Work
So a little context here. I own/manage an IT and Business Architecture firm. In addition to managing the business, I also take on project work/clients. I travel a lot, and spent quite a bit of time using DeX on Windows. The nature of my work requires a fast workflow at times. As part of my workflow, I would touch up to 30 different apps daily. I'll organize into different aspects of my workflow.
  • Email - I really like the new changes to the Outlook app, but ultimately use the built in Samsung Email app. My reason is a very specific feature. Both apps support customizing swipe actions on the app. I right set to mark read, and left set to delete. I get a TON of emails per day and like to be able to quickly curate and organize them.
    • The reason I use Samsungs Email is because it offers Mark as Read, Delete, and Reply from the notification pull down. Outlook only allows Archive, Delete, and Reply and no way to change them.
    • One additional note, Samsung Email allows for rich text in the signature fields. This is critical as my client mailboxes typically require formatting. I'm astounded the Outlook app doesn't allow this.
  • Email - I've moved over to Nine email. Link to the app on the play store is here. This app does everything that the Samsung Email app does - full swipe/notification action customization, rich signature support, combined account views.
    • It also has a pretty useful Calendar function (much more like Outlook on desktop than Outlook on Android).
    • It has a toolbar and you can customize it.
    • Visiting the developer's website, they mention DeX support specifically. This means that they are developing with DeX in mind. I'm going to reach out and offer to help them with features/testing. I'll let everyone know if I'm successful.
  • Office Apps - The Note 10/+ comes with a Microsoft Office app, which is basically a combination portal for their individual office apps. The advantage here, is support for multiple docs at once. With the individual apps, you can only view one file at a time. This makes it hard when you're trying to open 2 word docs at a time. Additionally, WPS Office is free and offers multi-doc support as well, but font packs are where they charge you.
    • One thing missing from Android all together is Visio. As an architect, I spend inordinate amounts of time in Visio, and not having that software available is a glaring hole in the Samsung/Microsoft partnership. I'm sure this is for licensing. LucidChart is a decent alternative, but doesn't work with mouse input - a must for this use case. I've reached out to LucidChart and confirmed they have no support for mouse input. I submitted a feature request, FWIW.
    • To overcome the Visio, I broke the DeX-only rule and set up a remote node with Win10 installed on my home network. This is the little A300 you see on the desk. I only remoted into that environment for Visio use. I did this both with TeamViewer and a compination of OpenVPN and Remote Desktop.
  • Note Taking - OneNote - For note taking, I use OneNote. It automatically syncs with the cloud and across all my devices. The mobile app is ... OK. It needs some work.
    • It seems to apply mouse scroll wheels across all panes (Notebook, Section, Page, Notes) without any way to just scroll a specfic pane. If I select a section and scroll down, it will scroll through then immediiate scroll through the rest of the panes into the notes.
  • Conferencing/Video Conferencing - WebEx, Zoom, Teams, Skype - All apps worked fine in DeX. Important to note - DeX on Windows doesn't use the laptop webcam for video. There are mounts out there to attach the phone to the screen, but I just use a little phone stand. This doesn't work on the plane or train, but I wouldn't take a video call from those.
    • NOTE - One nice side effect of this is the quality of the cameras on phones is VASTLY, and I mean VASTLY superior to that of laptops. People loved how clear and high-resolution my feed was.
  • Client Access Apps - Citrix, Remote Desktop, TeamViewer - All apps work as designed. Citrix appears to be the most flexible. It can resize the desktop window and auto adjusts the resolution. Remote desktop forces full window use. TeamViewer has limited resolution support. From a performance perspective Remote Desktop is slightly better than the other two. TeamViewer appeared to handle the changes in data speed on LTE better than Remote Desktop, but Remote Desktop provided a more native like experience.
    • I've transitioned to AnyDesk because of random issues with TeamViewer dropping my hosts (requiring them to be re-added).
  • Network Connections - F5 VPN, OpenVPN - F5 required some finagling, but I think that was more the client's setup than DeX or the app. OpenVPN was used to remote into my home network and worked flawlessly.
  • Business Management/Travel - QuickBooks, Amex, Marriott, Hertz, Orbitz, Uber, DriveSync, Toggl, TSheets
    • Much like above, apps that have equivalent websites, are almost always better to use on the website. The Apps will work, but the websites offer the most comprehensive experience in DeX.
    • Quickbooks - This works surprisingly well. Things are organized slightly differently, but by and large most of the data is accessible. I was impressed.
    • DriveSync - This is a nifty little app that allows me to cache local copies of my Google Drive, and will synchronize changes up to the cloud. This is ideal because I don't lose access to the artifacts I may be working on while traveling, and I can seamlessly move from phone to tablet to laptop with all my files synchronized.
One awesome benefit of this approach, is the use of my native LTE data in the phone. I have an "unlimited" plan, and have found that native phone LTE connections are faster & more reliable than wifi hotspot devices. In addition, hotspots are very limited on data allowance, and utilizing unlimited phone data would save me about 40$ a month by replacing my hotspot, alone.
Data Backup/Redundancy Strategy
For work, I use a couple different strategies for backup and synchronization across my devices (Laptop, Phone, Tablet). For each, I section off a local workspace and synchronize a OneDrive or Google Drive folder. This ultimately depends on which client I'm working on. Both synchronize great. For Google Drive, I highly recommend the DriveSync app. It will perform real time syncing and change analysis.
For managing the filing aspect of the businesss (I scan all documents to a filing system), I've got a mirror pool setup on FreeNAS. The files are scanned directly to the pool and accessed over an SMB share to all my devices. For backup and external sharing, this pool is synchronized automatically with a cloud service.
Note - Highly recommend DeX Hub app. It adds a real start menu (see above photos) and a bunch of useful keyboard shortcuts. Not all the shortcuts worked in all apps (like zooming), but useful overall.
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3.4 Photography
In addition to IT, I also do photography as a side gig and hobby. I shoot a Nikon Z7 - which is important to note because of file size, and memory card handling. For those who don't know, the Z7 shoots 47MP files in 14-bit uncompressed RAW. A typical file size can easily top 100MB per photo. To compound this, the camera only has a single card slot. So how does this all relate to DeX? Let me explain a simple, typical flow:
  1. Take photos
  2. Field backup photos to phone
  3. Get back to desk (or laptop)
  4. Process photos
  5. Publish photos to client (or personal library on the NAS)
I'm able to use a USB-C cable and directly import all the files from an XQD card in the camera to the phone in the Lightroom App. Transfers are very quick over the USB-C connection. Once in DeX mode, the Lightroom App is surprisingly featured. Does it have ALL the capabilities of the desktop version, no, not at all. Does it provide enough for a field edit? Absolutely. Within DeX it performs great, as well. I'd even swear it was faster than my hexacore Intel machine that I currently use for my main Lightroom work. Publishing works just as well as on the desktop (mostly web based).
There are a couple things holding this back from being even better.
  • No device support for color correction - DeX doesn't have the ability to apply color profiles for monitors. This is a must for photographers. If you're using a Tab S4/S5e/S6, you have more control over the color reproduction on the built in screen, and I would recommend using that as much as possible. It's still not comprehensive or featured enough for a true photography workflow. I always HW calibrate my monitors as much as possible, but still usually need a color profile in Windows.
  • No support for LoupeDeck or Wacom input - LoupeDeck requires a driver and translation application for use in Windows, so I didn't expect it to work in DeX at all. It doesn't. Same with the Wacom pad, however if you're on a tablet, it might not even be necessary. The pen on my Tab S4 works great and is almost as precise as the desktop version I use.
Data Backup/Redundancy Strategy
I eluded to this above, but I'll expand upon it a bit. After backing up/pre-processing the photos on my device, I synchronize with my Lightroom catalog on my main machine. This catalog is local to the machine, but photos live on a separate FreeNAS pool (mirrored). I can access the files directly on my devices and perform periodic cold storage backups to a USB drive for further redundancy.
Average CPU Temperature Range Reported - 35\ - 62* C*

3.4 Traveling
This can be a subset of work, but I wanted to focus on the traveling experience specifically. For this, I used the CHUWI laptop noted above and DeX on Windows. I also speak to my HP Lapdock experiences, but ultimately didn't field test because it failed at basic bench testing.
There's something to be said about the ability to work at your desk, grab your phone and continue in an Uber, then pull out a thin client on a train and work like a laptop all within the same environment. No file syncing, no re-finding a website or synchronizing bookmarks, immediate access to photos/files, etc. To me, the realization to a streamlined, work-anywhere device is particularly attractive and has definitely provided a benefit to the services I offer.

DeX on Windows vs Lapdock
DeX on Windows - This is going to be an unpopular opinion. There's a lot of negativity in this SubReddit around DeX on Windows. For me, it runs great. I connect the phone, scan my thumbprint, and DeX loads in about 15 seconds. The only difference in experience, is apparently the refresh rate (seems to run at 1080p30). Because of the reduced refresh, some people interpret that as "lag". It's not lag - inputs and responses are similar to that of a straight monitor connection. Videos run fine, the trackpad operates as it should (right and left click, tapping, clicking), sound is output through the laptop speakers, and there's no noticeable performance impact on the processing side.
HP Lapdock - Another unpopular opinion. I had a Lapdock and ultimately got rid of it. It wouldn't work with my S10e at all, worked ok with my Tab S4 (but then why use it at all?), and only worked about 25% the time with the Note 10+. When it did "work", it usually required a connection dance to get up and running, and even then had limited mouse support and no sound (yes, I tried playing something while connecting). I had the right version of the Lapdock, too. This would have failed spectactularly if I tried to use it in the field and got stuck using the pen and screen. DeX on Windows is a much better option - You can pick up a laptop that's cheaper than the LapDock and have full fledged, consistent operation.
Edit: A number of people are reporting subpar resolution and refresh on DoW. I believe I've narrowed this down to cable quality. When using an old USB C cable, I was able to replicate some of the reported issues. I recommend using speed certified cables that support Alternative DisplayPort. I've added a link to the specific cables I used above.

DeX on Windows vs Portable Monitor Setup
I have a USB-C monitor and ultimately decided to move to a laptop with DoW for a few reasons:
* Everything is contained in one device, keyboard, trackpad, display, battery
* I can't really setup on a plane or train to work with an external monitor, keyboard, mouse, and USB hub.
* Battery life on the device goes down quite a bit when needing to power a monitor.
* Perfectly usable and highly portable laptops can be had for cheaper than a battery backed USB monitor. Assuming both are new.
* If the DeX environment fails for whatever reason, you can always use a laptop in a pinch.

Additional DeX on Windows Information
I've done some digging into the technical installation/configuration of DeX on Windows to see if we can tweak or modify the installation for better performance. See the edits at the bottom of this post for a link to that post. Definitely check that post out because there are some potential configuration elements that might help people who are having issues.
For this post, I'll say that DoW successfully mirrors my laptops screen resolution (1920x1080) and using FRAPS confirmed that it is operating at 30 FPS. Because DoW hides resolution selection, you can test your resolution by using a web page such as this.
It appears as though the refresh rate is software capped at 30fps.
Battery
I'm very sensitive to battery management on my devices - even more so on a Note series. I don't like to peg the device at 100% for extended periods of time and prefer to keep the device between 30% and 85% on average. When using DoW, the phone will always charge. Since I work hours at a time, I turned off Fast Charging and chose to connect over a USB-A cable as opposed to a USB-C cable. The C cable will charge faster than the A.
This serves two purposes - One, the Note will charge much slower and prevent extra battery wear. Two, this will drain the laptop battery less - a key component to being mobile. When at my desktop, I used the dongle the most as it allowed me to run off the phone battery rather than constantly charging.
Some metrics below:
Setup Charge/Drain Rate Charge/Drain Time
Hub - 25W Charger - FC on (C) 1.15%/minute (C) 1 hour 25 minutes - 2%-100%
Hub - 25W Charger - FC off (C) 0.75%/minute (C) 2 hours 5 minutes - 6%-100%
Laptop - USB-C - FC on (C) 0.94%/minute (C) 1 hour 5 minutes - 39%-100%
Laptop - USB C - FC off (C) 0.60%/minute (C) 1 hour 20 minutes - 52%-100%
Laptop - USB A - FC off (C) 0.09%/minute (C) 1 hour 15 minutes - 65%-72%
Hub - No Charging (D) 0.25%/minute (D) 6 hours 14 minutes - 100%-15%
As mentioned above, this will drain your laptop battery. The laptop I used advertises a battery life of about 8 hours, and this is mostly correct with casual computing (I came in just shy in my rundown test). While using DeX on a Type C cable, the laptop started asking for charge around 5-5.5 hrs. With the Type-A, it stretched to about 6-6.5. Some of this was brightness, because of the varying environments I was in.
Average CPU Temperature Range Reported - 34\ - 63* C*

3.5 Gaming
ETA Prime did a more comprehensive test with gaming on DeX than I had time to. Controllers work, games work. The only thing to mention is not all games will allow resizing of the window. Some like to stick to a smaller fixed-size window . I think you can force resizing in Developer options, but I didn't spend much time there.
You can check out his video here.

4. Tablet DeX vs Phone DeX
The experience in DeX between my Tab S4 and Note 10+ is mostly identical in appearance/function. The tablet, however has a couple key advantages that I wish they would just enable on the phones. For reference I tested both Note 10+ and S10e phones.
  • Battery wear management - The TS4 has an option under advanced battery settings at the very bottom called "Protect Battery". If you toggle this and reboot, the tablet will report 100% as, and only charge the device to, 85% of the actual battery capacity. This is something I wish all battery devices offered and have only seen in a couple laptops. Effectively, this reduces the wear on your batteries over time by not allowing a constantly plugged in device to peg the battery at 100% charge capacity all the time.
  • All the resolutions, all the time - The TS4 will output at all its supported resolutions no matter which connection you use (as long as the monitor supports it). Those hubs listed above? It didn't matter if I used a Samsung branded dock or just a straight USB-C to HDMI cable - 3440x1440p popped right up. The same with my Cable Matters docking station.
  • 20 open windows, all the time - This appears to be tied to the same hub connection logic that enables all the resolutions. When you use a non-Samsung hub on a phone, you're likely to get a message that asks you to use one. It will still work, but your resolution support will be cut, and so will the allowed number of open windows (from 20 to 5). The TS4 never cut the number of allowed windows in DeX mode.
And now for disadvantages with the tablet:
  • There is a bug with iris scanning. It works, but if you have the tablet in a horizontal alignment (propped on a desk) and use DeX on the monitor and not the screen. It will attempt to scan your iris as if the tablet was vertical. Very annoying.
  • Video conferencing - Again, if the tablet is horizontal, and you're using DeX. When you load up any of the video conferencing apps, it will only show your camera as if the tablet was vertical. So you're sideways. I couldn't find any settings in the conferencing apps or camera that would rotate the feed appropriately.
One final note about tablets/DeX. I get what Samsung is trying to offer here. My main issues with the current execution are screen size and portable options. 10" is a great tablet screen size, but is just shy of acceptable for a device to replace a laptop. Also, iPads have options for clamshell cases that have a keyboard. You can snap the tablet in, and the case makes it act like a laptop with regards to screen tilt and ease of closing. Kudos for including a trackpad on the new TS6 keyboard "case", but as someone who's exhaustedly used the surface-style keyboard solutions (even on a surface, itself), it's not very functional for the intended use case. Airplane trays? Floppy-tippy time. Laps? Floppy-tippy time and good luck adjusting angle. The only scenario it really works well for is tables, and I very rarely pack one of those for my trips.
So yea, give me a 12.2 Tab S6+ with a clamshell case and I'm all over it.

5. General Notes
  • Battery life while using DeX without charging surprised me. It gets nearly the same screen-on time powering a monitor as it does with the phone itself. More surprising is that multitasking with numerous windows (I tested that 20 window limit quite a bit) didn't seem to impact the battery use much.
  • There is a learning curve. As much as the name implies, DeX doesn't offer a true 1:1 replication of a desktop experience. That's not necessarily a fault as Microsoft has groomed us into the user experience we've come to expect. My point is, there is a little bit of a learning curve. Things that are simple require some additional work (such as copying a file to a different folder). That's not to say it can't be done, but it's just not optimized yet and you'll have to learn how.
  • I love the one-device future. Handling texts, calls, and alerts in a unified environment for my work has been great.
  • Contrary to my prior thoughts that I've posted, DeX on Windows is a great addition. Being able to pick and choose the device you want to use as your mobile solution is a big improvement over trying to shoehorn a sorta-maybe solution like the Lapdock.
  • Sitting in a conference and watching another vendor

6. Opportunities for Improvement (Ranting time)
  • Better mouse translation/support - Some apps let you use a scroll wheel, some apps force you to left click and drag. It can be cumbersome when the wheel isn't allowed. Scroll wheel support in your giant app selection screen would be nice.
  • Zoom support - Google Maps is practically useless in DeX. You can search for a location, but can't zoom out.... only in.
  • Better focus handling - If I'm typing in a document, and a text message notification pops up, my document loses focus. Likewise, it doesn't appear to know how to refocus the last used window when one is closed. Also, the first keystroke in the start menu appears to set focus to the search bar - this is confusing, unnecessary.
  • Allow me to customize what icons are on the status bar - Seriously, Samsung. Your damn status bar takes up HALF a 1080p screen. I'd love to be able to toggle between more than 5 apps AND see my battery %.
  • Drop the huge tabs in Samsung Internet.
  • Offer a better "start" menu than your normal tablet app selection.
  • Clearing notifications appears to have a much smaller target than the X shown. I have to click the VERY center to get the notification to go.
  • Cut the crap with the resolution and number of windows supported. Give me all the windows and all the resolutions without having to buy your tablet or overpriced USB-C hub. Oh and before you claim your docks have fans for thermal management, I pegged your DeX system and my thermals were all well under SD855 spec without a fan.
  • Add Protect Battery to your phones. If you're promoting a desktop replacement environment, and your own docks require power to operate, give users the ability to protect their battery longevity. It's already in your tablets so you don't even have to write the software.
  • Offer a true file explorer. We shouldn't need to try TC or ES or some combination to get closer to real file management. Give use multiple windows, drag-n-drop, copy/paste without resorting to silly on screen buttons. How about a tool bar with some functions on it? Network drive support?
  • Tell MS to get off their asses and build a damn Visio app in Android. I don't care if their trying to protect that revenue stream. They can still make you pay for a license to use like with O365.
  • Widget support for the desktop would be nice.
  • Dynamic resolution handling. Rather than a menu of predefined resolutions, why not let users use all of their monitors supported resolutions? Oh, and no 4k... yea... add that.
  • Samsung - For the love of everything holy on every religion - FIX THE [shift] + [space]. There's no reason in 2019 that you cannot support a shift and space press at the same time.

7. Conclusion
Plopping this right after my rants section wasn't intentional but may seem contradictory. Ultimately, I think DeX is close to being a serious alternative. Once the learning curve was over, I was able to fully operate day-to-day, be it work, home, alien invasions. Some of my efforts even improved! I didn't need my main machine for anything in the past month aside from some video editing work (had a time crunch, and couldn't investigate alternatives in DeX). In fact, I'm going to continue using DeX as my main environment for the foreseeable future, or until work demands prohibit me from using it. I'll continue to update this post with discoveries/notes as I come across them.
I understand it's not for everyone. Some people are embedded in the environment of their choice. You will have to discover ways of doing things that seem natural on regular computers that will make you go "huh?". I definitely think it's worth a look. I used to think it could never fully replace a computer because of all the legacy or specialized applications written for Windows. However, I see a lot of companies moving to virtualized or cloud environments. Containerization of these applications in a docker instance or VM or even Citrix/DaaS would allow the same access to these applications from practically any end point (including DeX).
I'll close with an interesting story. While working at one of my clients (a level 3-4 bank), I was having a meeting with an SVP in the IT organization. At one point, he had asked me why I would always hook my phone up to my laptop (inquiring as to whether or not my battery was dying). I told him about how I was using it as my "unified computing device" (gotta sound smart, no?) and gave him a brief demo of DeX. He was blown away that not only could I seamlessly connect to their environment, but also at the transition between workstation and mobile. They were already considering switching their mobile devices over to Samsungs from iPhones (thank God!). if Samsung could take a small step back and really work with MS to polish the experience and tweak it, they'd have a case for corporate device endpoints AND mobilility customers. Not only would capital expenditure go down, but operational expenditure as well. It was a very neat conversation.

Edit 1
  • Added data backup and redundancy strategies after answering a great question below
  • Added laptop vs portable monitor thoughts after answering a great question below
  • Added OneNote/Email thoughts to work section
Edit 2
  • Added update to email clients (DEFINITELY CHECK THIS OUT)
  • Added notes on cables/resolutions (under my DoW notes)
Edit 3 - 10/1/19
submitted by mister2forme to SamsungDex

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