Hi there, @140190. I just wanted to check that you have the best settings in place when removing the S Pen from your S22 Ultra.
Whenever you remove the S Pen, you can change the function from Open Air command to either Create note or Do nothing. I'd recommend checking what setting is currently active and, if necessary, changing it accordingly:
Settings > Advanced Features > S Pen > When S Pen is removed > check/change the setting as appropriate.
Please also ensure that Air actions is toggled on:
Settings > Advanced Features > S Pen > Air actions.
In addition to this, the setting below will ensure that you receive a warning whenever your S Pen is left behind:
Settings > Advanced Features > S Pen > More S Pen settings > (toggle on) Warn if S Pen is left behind.
The guide below, from our friends at Samsung US, has some other, helpful S Pen hints and tips:
Please let us know when you get this resolved, and please let us know if you have any other questions.
Thanks for checking, @140190. If you haven't already done so, I'd recommend ensuring that the correct permissions are enabled for the Air Command app:
Settings > Apps > Select the "sort by" icon next to 'Your apps' > Select the switch next to 'Show system apps' and select OK > Air Command.
On this menu, select Permissions > Nearby devices > Select Allow > Select Physical Activity > Select Allow.
Please let me know whether this helps.
Ah, that's puzzling. Just for clarity, when you remove your S Pen, is it completely unusable/unrecognised?
How exactly does the issue manifest and how long have you been experiencing this, @140190?
Oh, that's interesting. Did you make any changes to your phone yesterday (like downloading an app, installing a software update or even adding a case or cover to your S22 Ultra)?