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This might sound like a no-brainer for some of you, but I have been using iOS for a very long time, literally the first smartphone I got my hands on, and now going to finally give Android a try after hearing all the good joy with Jelly Bean and Project Butter. I will be switching to a Samsung Galaxy S3 really soon.

I understand I will not be able to have that wonderful sync of information and data that an iPhone and a Mac has, but I want to work things to the point where I can get it as close as it can be. To be able to sync my contacts, music and calendar is all that I require.

So, what must I do to achieve this?

asked Dec 12 '12 at 08:07

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Well first off, welcome to the Android club! To sync your contacts and calendar, you have to add it to the Google Contacts and Calendar. https://www.google.com/contacts and https://www.google.com/calendar. For music, you could just drag and drop into the folder on your SD card. If you really need to, you could manage your music on iTunes and then drag and drop the music to the Music folder on your SD card like I do since I'm so used to iTunes. Good luck!

answered Dec 12 '12 at 11:20

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Does Google contacts sync with my computer? Cause I think you can add Google Calendar to the Calendar app on OS X right?

(Dec 12 '12 at 11:24) AlphaMike AlphaMike's gravatar image

Yes, yes it does.

(Dec 12 '12 at 16:09) DJ Scooby Doo DJ%20Scooby%20Doo's gravatar image
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