Samsung Galaxy pocket neo-synchronise contacts and calendar

Here's how to synchronise the contacts and calendar from an email account on your Samsung Galaxy Pocket Neo.

  • Synchronising contacts and calendar from your email account can only be done by setting up a supported email account using the Exchange option.
  • Start on your Home screen and tap the All applications tab.
  • Scroll to and select Email.
  • Enter your email address in the field, then the Next key.
  • Enter your email account's password then press Manual Setup.
  • Now select Microsoft Exchange Activesync.
  • All fields should already be populated, so press Next.
  • Tap Ok on the activation terms of service.
  • Your phone will detect your settings.
  • Amend the account options to your choice ensuring that the options to sync contacts and calendar are ticked, then tap Next.
  • Enter a name for your account then tap Done.
  • Email setup is complete you will be taken to your inbox, your contacts and calendar will also be synchronised.
  • To check contacts are synchronised, from the Home screen, tap All applications.
  • Scroll to and select Settings, then tap on Accounts & sync.
  • Ensure Accounts & sync is set to On.
  • Select your mail account, then tap on Sync now in the bottom left corner.
  • Your contacts should now be synchronised.

 

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