The Samsung Galaxy Note5 is a pretty great flagship device when it was launched last year, but then again, since we do not live in a perfect world, there is bound to be some sort of imperfection that accompanied the handset. What was the Note5’s “weakness”, so to speak? It seems that the iconic S-Pen was the culprit this time around, and when it is Inserted Backwards in its slot (mostly by accident rather than curiosity), it led to the S-Pen being stuck backwards in the same slot. This then required Samsung to make use of special tools at the service center to remove the stuck S-Pens in a safe manner. As for those who decided to do a MacGyver and remove the S-Pen themselves, it more often than not resulted in the S-Pen detection mechanism breaking, rendering the S-Pen useless.