1. chestvrg's Avatar
    Is there any sucessful user on this forum that has been able to sync their Galaxy S i9000 to the missing sync software that allows you to sync all contact, calendar, notes, tasks, music and photos, videos to an android device?

    Please let me know b/c I'm seriously considering getting the Galaxy S i9000 (unlocked) the 850/1900Mhz version that is compatible on at&t but I want to do my research first b/c spending $585 for such a beautiful device.

    I also noticed that the 850/1900Mhz only comes in with 8GB built in memory, only the 900/2100Hhz has 16GB built in, can anyone correct me if I'm wrong?

    Thank you.
    12-25-2010 07:42 PM
  2. lecra's Avatar
    Is there any sucessful user on this forum that has been able to sync their Galaxy S i9000 to the missing sync software that allows you to sync all contact, calendar, notes, tasks, music and photos, videos to an android device?

    Please let me know b/c I'm seriously considering getting the Galaxy S i9000 (unlocked) the 850/1900Mhz version that is compatible on at&t but I want to do my research first b/c spending $585 for such a beautiful device.

    I also noticed that the 850/1900Mhz only comes in with 8GB built in memory, only the 900/2100Hhz has 16GB built in, can anyone correct me if I'm wrong?

    Thank you.
    Every Tool I tried (from Samsung i.e. Kies or New PC Studio) they were not working. This is really a shame for Samsung! The only one I tried and really works is a Freeware!! Imagine!
    Here the link: MyPhone Explorer

    I was able to sync my contacts as well as the calendar. Tasks and Notes are not synched.

    Enjoy.

    Lecra
    12-27-2010 10:58 AM
  3. chestvrg's Avatar
    Thank you lecra. You are right it is a shame not just for Samsung but for Android OS in general. I have told my friend that one of the major limitations Android OS is no having a sync solution out of the box like most other OS have eg. iOS, BB OS and so on.

    Android is such a great OS, if just every developer out there would agree on a consensus and design a verygood sync solution that would be compatible with any Android OS regardless who the maker is right.


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    12-27-2010 11:36 AM

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