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<p>You can use your SIM card contacts to your phone Android on
your Gmail account, importing contacts in the phone memory. No additional
software required. You can use the contacts on the phone and then sync them
from the operating system Android. Depending on the operator, manufacturer and
version of its Android operating system, the settings a little different, but
most android phones use the same steps. <br />
<p>1. Open the screen of your Android phone and tap Contacts. <br />
<p>2. Press the "MENU" and press Settings. <br />
<p>3. Select "Import from SIM card" and press
"OK". <br />
<p>4. Press the "Home" to return to the main screen
and press "MENU". <br />
<p>5. Tap Settings and then Accounts. In some Android phones,
is this option called "Accounts & Sync." <br />
<p>6. Tap your Gmail account and check the "Sync
Contacts" is checked. <br />
<p>7. Press "MENU" and press "Sync Now". <br />
How to fix an Android phone if it is stuck or frozen on ...
Sometimes Android phones get frozen or stuck on their loading screens. This isn't too common of an issue with Samsung phones running on the Android operating system ...
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I assume you are referring to the Android operating system on the phone, swipe down from the top of the screen and select the settings icon, look through the settings for the "About device" link, in there the first option should be "Software update" select this and choose "update now" if any updates are available they will be downloaded or else you will be told that the latest software is already loaded
Unline the iOS apple provides, there are many different styles of the Android OS. Think of your phone like a car, android makes all the engines, but HTC, samsung, ect, get to the design the body!. Your HTC F3 will be loaded with HTC sense, which is a great android powered operating system. Cheers!
By "stuck on android", the entire operating system is android. It is the Google Android operating system.
If the device cannot load up then it may need a factory reset. I am assuming like most android devices it has volume keys. If this is the case, turn the device off. Then, hold down the Volume DOWN button and keep holding it. Then turn the device on (still holding volume down). This will bring you to the recovery screen. From these selection, you can select using volume up and volume down. On that menu or one of the sub menus should be the option to do a data reset (factory reset etc). Select this option.
This will restore the device back to factory settings
WARNING: Doing the following will remove ALL data from the device, and MAY potentially stop the device from working. However, seeing as its not working at the moment anyway, you don't have an awful lot to lose!
Knowledge: HTC Desire owner (rooted) : Restored 10+ times with no errors