Google Sync on Android Device

On February 27, 2012, in Hot Info, by Indra Vladvamp

With the freely available internet connection, using either WiFi or 3G, android tablet and smartphone users can sync their data data stored on Android tablet or smartphones such as email, contacts, and to-do list can be accessed anywhere, anytime, and with any computer. Google is one of the service provider e-mail, contacts, and calendars that can be used free of charge (while still following the rules of the applicable license Google). To take advantage of these services, Google provides many alternatives, either through a web browser or other applications such as Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird, and Evolution. With similar capabilities, we can synchronize data from android tablet or smartphone.

The discussion this time will focus on how to set up a tablet or smartphone android us to be able to access and synchronize with Google Sync service, of course, we should already have a Google Account. Google Sync is a data synchronization service e-mail, calendar, and contacts between Google servers and mobile devices. With synchronization, we can more easily perform data management e-mail, calendar, and contacts from anywhere, anytime. Platforms supported by Google Sync covers almost all types of smartphones from mid-end cell phone / high-end, such as IOS, Blackberry, Windows Phone, and Symbian S60. Other phones that support SyncML is also very possible to sync with Google, but only to contact data.

This tutorial will explain on synchronizing on any android device. As an operating system developed by the Open Handset Alliance (Development, led by Google), Android provides full synchronization facilities for e-mail, contacts, and calendar from Google. Its setup is also very simple. Just follow these steps. :)

  1. On Android 2.x, open Settings> Account & Sync.
  2. Click the Add Account. From the list of existing types of synchronization account, choose Google. If it does not appear, it is advisable to install the application Google Search, Gmail, and Google Docs.
  3. Then click Next and click Sign In if you already have a Google account. If you do not have a Google account, click Create to create a new account. Enter your username and password and click Sign In. If the login is successful, it would appear the choice of data items that can be synchronized. Please select by clicking on each item of data is not synchronized.
  4. If it does not show the type of Google account shortly after the Add Account button, enter e-mail directly Gmail and your password.
  5. Click the Next button will appear and form a configuration for Exchange ActiveSync. For the Server item, replace it with m.google.com, while others leave it alone.
  6. Click the Next button. Account Options form will appear, where you can change the frequency of synchronization (the default is Push) and also items that are synchronized item, including Contact and Calendar.
  7. Click the Next button and enter your name. Click Done. If you 3.x and 4.x users of Android, present a selection of items Corporate synchronization type. After selecting the account type, the next step is the same as previously described.

 

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