Smartphone newcomer

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mdv47, May 11, 2010.

  1. mdv47

    mdv47 Member
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    Hi all

    I am new to all this smartphone malarky !! .
    I am moving from a Sony Ericsson C902.
    Have never used internet on a phone before, so i am on a learning curve and will probably be asking "daft" questions, so if i don't grasp answers straight away please be patient.
    I have the Desire being delivered this week and am looking forward to it but at the same time a little scared, 'Syncing ??", face book,apps, market place,android,etc,etc,it's all new to me.

    I hope it doesn't make any difference but my PC is an AppleMac (snow-leopard) that was a learning curve too after years of windows.

    Thanks in advance and hopefully,in the near future i will be in a position to pass on some help to people that are like me now.
    :thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking::thinking:
     

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  2. Sypher

    Sypher Well-Known Member
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    No need to panic. That is the great thing about Android, it should feel pretty intuitive when you first pick up the phone, then you can make it as complicated or simple as you like.

    It also plays pretty well with mac, the phone can be seen as a disk drive, so you can just drag and drop, or if you are used to the iTunes experience, you can download Double Twist which has a very similar UI but for Android.
     
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  3. hippy247

    hippy247 Well-Known Member
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    Isyncr is worth a shout as well if your used to itunes :)
     
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