- Thank you and welcome to your very first Android phone!
This could be the first time you heard about the word ?Android?, but you may have seen the icon in newspaper, especially in the phone ads by the telcos with the latest promotion.
This is the Android platform by Google and widely available in many handsets by various handset manufacturer…
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Anyway, as we were saying, welcome to your first Android phone!
Before getting started on using the phone, we assume that you have managed the following :
- Insert Sim Card
- Insert battery
- Charging the battery of the phone
- Powering the phone
If you do not have the above, we suggest that you refer to our guide or your phone manual to ensure that you have necessary to kickstart the Android adventure!
Setting up a smartphone for the first time can be a daunting task. Fortunately, depending on which handset manufacturer, most handsets come with a setup Black evening dresses wizard to help you along. Once you get past the initial setup, you?d want to install applications, transfer multimedia content onto the device, surf the Web, send emails and, perhaps, also do a bit of work. The following checkpoints will help you along with these tasks.
Before you power up any Android device for the first time you should have a Gmail account set up. You’ll need one in order to start downloading apps from Android Market, which you’ll want to do, although majority of the application from the Android Market is free, but there are some which requires payment. Having Gmail would also be useful for setting up Google Checkout in order to pay for apps. Entering your Gmail address into your phone also pulls contact info from your address book, so you’re ready to start emailing people from your Android phone from the word go. You can set up a Gmail account at http://www.gmail.com.