Hi everyone, I've had my Nokia N85 for a while now, but have now upgraded to a Samsung S2, which is great, but there are a few things about the Android OS that I don't get. If anyone can help with any of the questions below I'd very much appreciate it! - There doesn't seem to be a direct way - Bluetooth or WiFi - to migrate all my data (specifically phonebook contacts, calendar events, maps places) from the Nokia to the Samsung, and Nokia PC Suite exports phonebook data in a format that the Samsung equivalent (Samsung Kies) cannot import. Can anyone recommend a way in which I can make this transfer? - One of the best features of Nokia S60 phones was that the screen would turn into a low-power (but highly visible, on an AMOLED screen) clock, so that you didn't have to press any button to see what time it is. On the Samsung S2 (or rather, in Android OS) I wasn't able to do find anything like that under the Display options. I even tried a few apps, but none did that. Has anyone else tried to have a clock as a screen saver? - My version of Android is 2.3.3, and although I know there are newer versions available, going to About Phone | Software Update results in "No update available"! Why? - When typing up text, I find it very difficult to make small corrections, due to the lack of a key that erases rightward. You have the Backspace key to delete leftward, however if you just want to delete the letter that's immediately to the right of the cursor you have to first get the cursor to the right of that letter (still takes me several taps to do that), and then use the Backspace key. Is there a keyboard that also has the equivalent of a PC-keyboard Delete key (i.e. one that erases rightward)? - Either there is something wrong with my phone's light sensor or there is a serious bug in Android, because the brightness of my screen (which is set to Automatic) varies wildly, even in places where the level of light is pretty constant. For example, I might be in a dark room, with the screen quite dim (as it should be), and all of the sudden the screen brightness will just sky-rocket for no apparent reason, making it very unconfrtable to keep watching the screen. Has anyone else experienced this? - I've tried defining a Silent profile (i.e. no tones and no vibration, however the Silent mode available after long-pressing the Power key seems to only cut off the sounds, but leave the vibration. Similarly, when using the volume keys, you seem to only have the options of either sound or vibrations, but not none or both. Have I overlooked anything in the Preferences? - Is there any way to sort the icons under Apps alphabetically when they are in Grid View? It seems that they are only sorted in the List View, whereas the Grid View just sorts them by installation date, with no option to even manually alter the order - I noticed that whenever I connect the phone to my PC via the USB cable, charging starts automatically, with no prompt as to whether you'd like it to charge the battery or not. I transfer files via the cable quite often, and I'd like to not shorten the battery's life by constantly connecting and disconnecting the phone to a charger. Is there any way to be able to choose, when you connect the phone, whether you want charging or not? - Is there an Android equivalent to the Offline mode found in Nokia phones? I know there is a Flight mode, but that one not only disconnects you from the mobile network, it also stops the WiFi, and it's pretty annoying have to then go and turn it back on again. I found I used the Offline mode in many circumstances with my Nokia, whereas the Flight mode seems to only be suited to when you are on an actual flight, and need to stop any EM radiation being received/transmitted. - Sometimes when the phone is in Power Saving mode, a screen pops up every once in a while asking whether I want the phone to go into Power Saving mode. Is this a known bug in Android? - Sometimes when panning the screen, the pan is constrained to one dimension, i.e. it either only pans horizontally or only pans vertically. Does anyone know whether this is a bug (or "feature") from the OS, or whether it is something specific to certain apps? - When the battery is low, I get the message about having to plug up (+the annoying loud beeps) dozens of times before the battery goes out. Is there any way to stop that message from appearing (and thus wasting even more of the already-low battery power)? - The VPN application seems unable to also remember your password, only the user name. Has anyone been able to get it to remember the password as well?