Now Easily Sync Contacts of your Mobile Phone with Google Account!

mobile Syncing all your details on mobile handsets with computers have become really very important to avoid any accidental loss of data (especially contacts, memos and messages) on your phone. If you have ever lost your mobile phone or come across any software issues, then you must be knowing how important it is to make a backup of all the datas on a secure place.

Though you can easily take a back-up of all the data on your PC using the softwares that come along with the mobile handset, but what if the data on your PC too gets deleted? Recently, Google have come up with a new service – Google Sync using which you can sync all data of your mobile with your Google account and vice versa using GPRS on your phone.

Supported Devices:

  • Apple iPhone
  • Blackberry
  • Nokia s60 & s40 phones
  • Sony Ericsson
  • Windows Mobile

The complete step-by-step procedure on syncing your devices is mentioned here.

Though I could not test out this service personally as am using a palm based handset which is not supported for this service, but to me it seems to be very useful service and of course reliable too, as its being provided by Google. 🙂 If any one have used it, then let us know your reviews about this service.

Thanks Johnson for the tip. 🙂

Links: Google Sync | FAQ & Setting Procedure


Yogesh Goel February 19, 2009

well they did one googly here…
u need gprs here..
now this is a hell for bsnl users at least…
can’t something happen without this gprs thing…
what say
any solution…

Bapun February 20, 2009

It’s more like Microsoft’s My Phone. It also stores your pics, videos, data online and you can share those stuffs with your family/friends.

techhgyan February 20, 2009

I couldnt get connected it to it( r better options available on d net.i did succeed to sync my contacts on other website,dont knw wot is wrong with google.anyways thanx for sharing.

Gautam February 24, 2009

My father has Blackberry (A phone which is black in color and tastes like a berry when eaten 😛 )

Deepak Jain February 27, 2009

GPRS is a must have service these days..
I think you should get it activated on your phone too 😉

@ Bapun
I guess that’s not for phone syncing..

There must be some temp. issues..
Try doing it again

@ Gautam
LOL.. Funny!!