Does this exist?

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by classicrockr, Jul 5, 2011.

  1. classicrockr

    classicrockr New Member

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    Hello everyone....1st post - just got my Droid X2 & it....is...Awesome!

    My Blackberry had a "desktop manager" program that let me type phone contacts onto my computer & it transferred it to the phone. the program had the same fields & info on it that was on the phone.

    Does Droid have anything like this? thanks

    ps - the Vcast Media manager doesn't allow you to edit the contacts list.
     
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    spaceman New Member

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    Just add contacts to your gmail and all the information is synced to your phone. Or add contacts in your phone and it syncs to gmail. Is that what you're looking for?

    Sent from my DROID2 using DroidForums
     
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    takeshi Silver Member

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    Desktop Manager didn't handle contacts. It just synced between your desktop PIM app and your BB. AFAIK, there's no Android equivalent. Some more details on your setup would help. I'd suggest entering them into whatever account you use that syncs with your device. That way you effectively have a backup of your contacts.

    Assuming the OP wants them in gmail. Not everyone does. I use Exchange, for example.