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<p>By connecting an Android phone, the first time, Google asks
you to log into your Gmail account to sync with your phone. Although not
obliged to do, to do so ensures that all text messages (SMS) and contacts are
stored on your Gmail account, even if you delete them on the phone. <br />
<p>1. Open the Gmail application on your Android phone. The
Gmail application is usually in the initial screen of most phones Android or
the list of applications. <br />
<p>2. Enter your user name and Gmail password over the phone or
the QWERTY keyboard on the screen. After logging in to Gmail on your phone, SMS
will be synchronized with your Gmail account. <br />
<p>3. Gmail.com Open this site in your computer browser. Login to
the same Gmail account that you used with the phone. <br />
<p>4. Click the "SMS" tab on the left side of the
screen. All received SMS messages from Gmail account to sync with the phone's
screen. <br />
<p>5. Select the text message you want to read. The interface
is the same as standard Gmail emails. <br />
<p>Android phones sync contacts using Gmail contacts online.
You can easily import contacts in Android web interface of Gmail. The contacts
are automatically synced to the phone. Palm contacts are automatically
synchronized with the Palm Desktop software. You can export the contacts from
the Palm Desktop software and import them to your contacts from Google Android
phone in minutes. <br />
<p>1. Synchronize your Palm device with Palm Desktop software
for the latest updates of your contacts are stored on your computer. <br />
<p>2. Click the drop-down menu at the top right of the window
of the Palm Desktop and choose your username. Click the "Contacts"
component. <br />
<p>3. Click "File" and select "Export".
Enter a name and choose a location for the file, such as your computer's
desktop. Set the "Type Export" to "Comma Separated Variable (.
CSV)" and select "All" as the Range. Click "Export". <br />
<p>4. Go to mail.google.com and log in with Google account you
use in your Android phone. Click the "Contact Us" link on the left. <br />
<p>5. Click "More actions" and choose
"Import." Select "Choose File and then see the CSV file you
created. Click" Import. " <br />
<p>6. Unlocking the phone and the Android home screen, press
the "Menu" button. Tap Settings and then "Sync and Accounts."
Tap the account name in the Google list and tap "Contacts" to a green
checkmark in the box next set. Tap "Save". The contacts will sync
between phone in just sum minutes. <br />
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How do you install apps on Android?
The following applies to any app that you might want to install on your Android tablet.
There are a few ways to go about this. The easiest is, of course, the Android Market itself. But it's quickly finding competition in the likes of the Amazon Appstore. And there are smaller third-party app stores as well, though they haven't necessarily caught on as much as you'd think.
The Android Market
The Android Market is the easiest way to install new Android apps. It should already be installed on your phone or tablet. If it's not, chances are you have one of those (really) cheap Android tablets, and it didn't meet Google's approval. That doesn't mean you can't install new apps, though, and we'll talk more about that in a minute.
Android Market To use the Android Market, you'll need to be signed in with a Google account. Chances are you did this when you first set up the phone. But if not, you can add a Google account to your phone (and even sign up for one at the same time) straight from your phone. Go to Settings>accounts to do so.
Once you're logged in, you'll be able to browser the Android Market, purchase apps, or download free apps. The Android Market also is where you'll update apps you've already loaded. Purchasing apps is done a couple of ways.
One is through Google checkout. You give it a credit card number, and it manages the transactions for you.
Another way is through carrier billing. If you're on Sprint, AT&T or T-Mobile you can charge apps to your phone bill.
There are also a couple ways to browse the Android Market. You'll mostly likely do it from your phone. But if you're at a computer, you can browser, purchase and install apps from the Android Market web portal. It's at www.market.android.com.
Fun fact about the Android Market: Once you've purchased an application, you can download it onto as many phones as you have. Need more space on your phone? Uninstall an app and put it back on later if you need it again, at no additional charge. To install from the Android Market on your phone
Choose an app.
To install, tap "Free" (If it's a paid app, you'll tap "Purchase"
You'll be asked to accept permissions -- this shows you what the app can access on your phone. Hit yes, and the app will download and install.
Note: You can cancel a download as it's happening. For paid apps, you can request a refund within 15 minutes. To install apps from the Android Market
Go to market.android.com from a web browser.
Pick an app. Hit the install button.
You'll be asked to accept permissions, and choose which device you want to install on (if you have more than one).
Look over the permissions and hit the install button again. The app will magically be downloaded and installed on your phone.
The Amazon Appstore
A relative newcomer is the Amazon Appstore. It's similar to the Android Market in that you'll have to have an account with Amazon to use it. Unlike the Android Market, the Amazon Appstore likely didn't come pre-installed on your phone, so you'll need to download it.
Once it's on your phone, you can download apps directly from it or, like the Android Market, from a web portal. App downloaded through the Amazon Appstore will be updated through the Amazon Appstore and not through the Android Market.
The following tutorial video will take you through the entire process better than my written words.
The XPERIA X10 is an Android powered phone, which means it relies on your google account. You cannot log out, but you have a number of other options if you want to read mails from your other account.
-You can add more google accounts to your phone, and sync the emails from those accounts as well.
-A more casual and convenient solution would be logging in to your other account in your browser.
(Logging out from your google account would lose all your data. It's just not worth it.)