Getting a little tired of your Black Berry and looking for a change to Android? For many of you, the Black Berry may be the only smartphone you have ever known. Let’s take some time to go over the conversion process, what you will need to know if you're coming over from Black Berry, and some other information to help make the transition an extremely smooth process.
One of the most important things for many of us is our contacts.
If you have switched devices before, you know that having your contacts transferred for you at a retail store can be time consuming (and annoying) But it can be pretty easy in switching from Black Berry to Android.
The first step in this rather easy process would be to which syncs your contacts and calendar into Gmail.
The backup process can take some time, depending on the size of your phone book.
But once you sync that new Gmail account to your Android phone, it will now pull all of your contacts, e-mail and calendar to the device. If you're a (former) Black Berry addict, you're an e-mail addict, plain and simple. You have a couple of options, but Gmail is the best, and easiest.
In fact, we're just going to come out and say it: If you give yourself over to the Google experience, it's going to make your life a lot easier.I realized that the Gmail experience Android offers was going to be far superior to what I was getting on my Black Berry. Just a few months ago, I was in the same boat, getting bored with my Black Berry Storm 2 (which was not my first Black Berry).For years I had personally experimented with Windows Mobile, Palm, and Black Berry OS, so change was not something I feared, as long as the new phone the same functionality I used daily.I took a look at my standard use, what features I used regularly, which ones I used on occasion, and which features were neat extras to have.This is where I began my research, and it's a great place to start here.