android phones

How Can I Move Contacts to My New Android Phone?

OnePlus

Episode 1806

Anthony from Ventura, CA

Anthony bought a OnePlus 8 Pro. It cost him $1,000! But he can't access any Microsoft services like OneDrive or Outlook on his old Windows phone. Leo says that Microsoft has given up Windows phone development, so it's likely the servers have been turned off. Tony has been trying to move the data over to Android though, his contacts, etc. How can he do that? Leo says to go to People.Live.Com and log in. Can he do it phone to phone with a cable connection?

Do I need Samsung software to transfer my data from my phone?

samsung.com

Episode 1479

Tom from Riverside CA

Tom's Samsung Galaxy S4 is having issues connecting to his computer without KIES. Leo says he won't really need it, since he can go into the settings and select MTP or PTP mode. The former is for mass media and the latter is Photo transfer protocol. Also, he should check the autorun settings. The chatroom also suggests replacing his USB cable.

How can I fix my Android phone?

Samsung Note 4

Episode 1414

Jerry from Santa Clarita, CA

Jerry wants to get his Samsung Note 4 mobile device repaired. It keeps booting. Leo says that mobile devices are now generally considered disposable. Leo says to try refreshing the phone. To do this, he should go to Settings > Backup and Reset > Restore to Factory Defaults. If that doesn't work, then he could try calling Samsung and ask if they would repair it. They'll really want him to buy a new phone, though.

How can I transfer data from my old Windows phone to my new Android phone?

Google Sync

Episode 1389

Ted from Norwalk, CA

Ted bought an old Nokia cell phone but he can't hear anyone when he calls. He's going to get a new one, but he needs to go from Windows Phone to Android. How can he do that? Leo says that Google is his friend! He should sync his phone with Gmail and Google Contacts and then when he logs into his new phone, it'll all be there. Even the email will be there because it's IMAP, and it'll still be on his old IMAP servers as well.

Should I buy the HTC U Ultra Android phone?

HTC U Ultra

Episode 1359

Ryan from Anaheim, CA

Ryan has an Axon 7 Android phone. Leo says it was one of his favorite phones last year with excellent sound quality, great battery life, and half the price of flagship phones. Ryan is ready to upgrade though and he's looking at the HTC U Ultra. Leo hasn't used it yet, and it doesn't come out until mid March. From the looks of it, Leo says it's a sweet phone, but it doesn't have a headphone jack!

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Review

Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Episode 1316

Leo has the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which he says Samsung rushed out before Android 7 launched this week in order to try and leach off the iPhone sales in the fall. It's got a nifty adapt sound feature that allows you to dial in the sound of the phone should you have hearing impairments. It supports microSD cards again. The TouchWiz interface is definitely lighter, so it's not as annoying as on previous models. You can't break the stylus in this one by putting in it wrong, either. All in all, Leo says it's an excellent phone and he likes it a lot.