First Things To Do With Your New Android Phone

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So, now that you have purchased your new Android phone, there are a lot of things you can do with it to make your life easier. A search on Google could end up with a thousand things easily, but which ones should have priority? Below is a list of first things to do with your new android phone:

Set up your contact list

Since the primary function of the android phone is, “a phone”, the absolute first thing in setting up your new android phone should be to set up the contacts. With the contacts populated you can easily use it to make and receive calls. The easiest way to set up the contact list is to set up a Google Gmail account and put all your contacts in it, and then set up your phone to sync with your Google Gmail account. At this point, your contacts can be updated either from a computer or from your phone, and they will be fully synchronized all the time.

Get your new android apps

Android Play Store contains thousands of apps. Some are paid, and some are free. It is important to know that even for paid apps, there is a trial period of 15 minutes. Yes, if you don’t like the app you have just downloaded, you have 15 minutes to request a Refund, and your credit card will not be charged. So feel free to try them all, knowing that you can’t get screwed. One more hint, if you Buy an app, and did not download it for 2 hours, the purchase will be automatically cancelled without any action from your side.

Get your android accessories

The most important accessory on my list is a screen protector. I can live with scratches on any part of my phone, but I cannot tolerate scratches on the screen. I spend good money and time to put on my screen protector. The next thing is a case. Depending on how active is your lifestyle, a case that is right for the event is an important investment. I always have multiple cases for my android phone, so that I can “dress it for the event”. In addition, wired and wireless headsets are also very good choices to enhance your experience.

I hope that’s enough to get you started. If you have questions, comments, or tips for other new Android owners, please share with us in the comments.

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