Sharing contacts on Android is one of the problems almost every new Android face when they move from Symbian or other mobile OS. Customized Android phones, like TouchWiz in Samsung Galaxy, alread feature an option to share contacts.
Share Contacts is a free Android app that allows you to send contacts to another phone, even if the other person does not have an Android phone.
I got the Samsung Galaxy S for my personal use, and after a few days of playing with the phone, I will be covering vairous articles on that phone i.e rooting, flashing a new ROM etc.
Let’s start off with something basic. One of the most important things you should know is how to get into Recovery mode on the Samsung Galaxy S I9000.
Samsung Galaxy S users are soon going to get the official Adobe Flash 10.1 for their devices, which Google has promised to release very soon. But not many are aware of, that their Samsung Galaxy S GT-I9000 already has Flash Lite.
Many users who moved to an Android device from an iPhone had issues with the keyboard, because it is quite difficult to get used to the Android keyboard layout after using the iPhone keyboard which is very easy to use.
Thanks to the developer, Brill Pappin, you ca now get the same iPhone keyboard layout that you are used to on your Android phone as well. App name: iPhone Keyboard Emulator
Android, being an open-source OS, comes with all sorts of goodies that you can do with you OS and customize your experience for using it on your device.
In case you don’t like the stock Android keyboard that comes with the OS, you can install custom keyboards and layouts which are available in the market for free and see which one suits you the best.
One issue that all Android users are facing is that once you set up your Google account on an Android phone, there is no option to clear/remove the account.
You can’t change or remove the Google Account in case you want to use another account on your phone. Yes, it’s kinda annoying and surprisingly, no one has added that option till now.
iPhone and iPod Touch have a built-in feature to capture screenshots (How to?) of our screens in whatever app we are. But Android-powered G1 doesn’t.
There is another method to take screenshots on Android, but that requires PC connectivity and is quite complicated as compared to the one I’m going to share below.