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You are probably talking about synching music, photos, etc and not operating system apps which cannot be synched.
You will need your USB cable to connect the Android to your laptop's USB -2 port. You might also need drivers (software that communicates between devices) but probably not as most Androids automatically transfer those that are needed when the USB cable is plugged in for the first time.
Then you can use your laptop's file manager to transfer, copy, arrange, etc. files and folders from your laptop to your Android.
If it has an external SD card in a slot it's best to put all your music, pictures, videos there as if you copy them to the internal device storage you could fill it up fast. It's sort of a manual way to synch. Unless you can find some software to do it automatically, this is your only real option but it it's not hard at all as long as you know how to use your laptop's file manager.
connect it to your computer with usb cable and copy files to your computer it should ask you when connect it what you wanna do or you can use my computer or start menu to browse the tablet and select files to copy to the harddrive
connect the both together using a lead should be provided and then go onto pic files and drag onto your pad file you want to save in
if you have bluetooth on both devices you can connect with that but will be slower
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You can add music to the iPad by directly downloading from the iTunes app or by importing your music into iTunes on a computer. Once your music is imported/downloaded into iTunes on a computer, you then just need to sync the music by connecting your iPad to a computer.
Try connecting the Galaxy to your computer with the included USB cable. Then, select the notification (open the notification drawer by pulling down on the status bar) that says USB cable connected and follow the steps to mount your SD Card. At this point, the Tab should appear as a device/driver in Finder. If not, try connecting them to the same network and try something like On Air from the Market to connect over-the-air.
Since you are using an Android, you don't have to use anything like iTunes to transfer music and pictures. Simply copy them onto a folder on the SD card and then browse to them on the Tab using My Files and open them in whatever app you use. If you would prefer a proper syncing arrangement, try the free DoubleTwist app and corresponding Mac application to connect your device.