You may have seen the slide-glass door on the back of your iPhone 5s, but now there’s another way to get into your device.
If you have the new Samsung Galaxy S5, you can now use the sliding glass door on that handset.
In fact, Samsung has created a guide for how to use the door on your phone, and that guide is a must-read if you’re looking to get your hands on a new Galaxy S phone.
The guide is titled, “How to use sliding glass on Samsung Galaxy 5.”
Samsung says that the door is “fully functional” and that it can be used to open your device, as long as you have a good-sized door.
You don’t need to remove the screen from your device before using the door, as it’s designed to slide in and out of your device as needed.
The Samsung Galaxy guide is available on the Samsung website, and you can download it for free from the link below.
This is just a short video demonstration of how the door works, but the full guide is an informative and detailed look at how to properly use the Samsung Galaxy Door.
We’ve also seen other Samsung devices that use the Galaxy Door, so it’s a good idea to check out that guide if you own one.
You can also get the Galaxy Guide from the Samsung Store, but if you do, make sure you’re not going to have a Samsung phone before you start.
The Galaxy 5, as of now, is the only device that supports the Samsung sliding glassdoor.
We also got a chance to test out the Galaxy 5s sliding glass, and the results are not as promising as the Samsung guide.
While the Galaxy Note 5 slides easily, it does come with a problem.
In order to make the Galaxy door slide into your phone properly, you’ll need to install a new SIM card.
The instructions for installing a SIM card in the Galaxy S phones, as well as the Galaxy smartphone itself, are also included in the guide.
If your phone is not equipped with a SIM slot, the Galaxy guide doesn’t actually work, as the device can’t communicate with the Galaxy device in order to open the door.
Samsung says the Galaxy 3 has the ability to open and close the door with the door sliding into the device.
We don’t know if the Galaxy 4 has the same capability, but there is no mention of it in the Samsung Guide.
Samsung has been working on a version of the Galaxy sliding door that works with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 4 phone.
We’re still waiting for a release date, but in the meantime, you may want to check back for updates on this story.