Hey all. I've just replaced my Galaxy S2 with a Note. I have posted in the S2 forum about not being able to sync more than 30 days of Google calendar to the phone, and was looking for a solution. I want my entire Google calendar on my phone (mine has 5 years worth of appointments and entries that I need to refer to regularly). Google only allows it to sync the past 30 days of non-repeating entries, and there is no way around it (because Google aren't interested in fixing the problem that they've known about since early 2009). Anyway, I've finally found a solution. To cut a very long story short I used the free version of SyncMate. It's an app for the phone and a pc/mac program. The free version will only sync contacts and calendars (which is fine for me). The pro version will sync just about everything - iTunes music, pics, vids etc. Here's where it's really handy; you can sync the entire Google calendar that's in iCal (I use a Mac) back out to the phone. Kies can't do this (and it was a joke with repeating some random entries 500 times), and Google calendar only directly syncs the previous 30 days of non-repeating events to the phone. You run the app on the phone after putting it into USB debug mode then plug it into the Mac/PC, then run the prog on the Mac/PC. I then sync'd the iCal Google calendar back to the phone. It still means you have two calendars running but at least you have access to your entire Google calendar. I still make all my entries into Google calendar and keep the second calendar hidden unless I need to check an entry older than 30 days. The other great thing is if you sync again in the same way it only adds the new entries. This sounds obvious but Kies couldn't do that either; it copied everything over creating duplicates. So, all you have to do is sync once a week and you've always got your entire up to date Google calendar available on your phone. \o/ I hope someone else finds this useful. And no, I'm nothing to do with SyncMate.