Pentastic is a new Good Lock module to theme the Galaxy Note’s S Pen
Samsung’s Good Lock app offers a great set of first-party customization tools that lets you personalize almost every aspect of your Galaxy device. It packs in a ton of different modules with which you can customize everything from the lock screen to your device’s theme. And the best part is that the company keeps introducing new modules ever so often, which give you access to even more personalization options.
Earlier this year, the company updated Good Lock to support devices running One UI 2.0 based on Android 10, and shortly thereafter, the company updated the LockStar, Clockface, and NavStar modules to support the new software release. Since then, the company has rolled out new features for the One Hand Operations+ module and introduced the new Home Up module for One UI Home customizations. Now, just a few weeks after the Galaxy Note 20 launch, the company has released a new module called Pentastic for S Pen customizations.
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The new Pentastic Good Lock module has started rolling out on the Samsung Galaxy Store, and it lets you theme the S Pen experience on your device. The module gives you the option to change the look of the Air Commands menu, choose a new on-screen pointer for the S Pen, play a different sound when you pull out the S Pen, and customize a Double tap shortcut.
The Pentastic module includes 4 Air Command menu choices, six pointer options, and six sound effects. It also has a custom option for the pointer and sound customizations, which will let you use a custom pointer and play any sound effect when you pull the S Pen out of the device. The Double tap shortcut option lets you launch an S Pen feature by double-tapping the pen on the display while holding the S Pen button or launch any app of your choice.
If you’re interested in trying out the new Pentastic Good Lock module on your Galaxy Note device, you can either download it from the Galaxy Store or sideload the APK from the APKMirror. The module works as intended on the new Galaxy Note 20 series and the Galaxy Note 10 series from last year. In case you have an older Galaxy Note device lying around, be sure to let us know if the module works on your device in the comments section below.