I have an n79 (Symbian S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2), and a Mac computer running OS 10.6.
Currenty I use iSync to backup phone contacts and calendar data to my computer.
I understand that there are issues with iSync and Mac OS 10.7. Eventually I may need to upgrade my computer to Mac OS 10.7.
How does the Google Sync program work? Would it be able to import all of the data currently in Nokia Contacts and Calendar? Afterwards could I still use Nokia Contacts and Calendar or would I have to use Google contacts and calendar apps on my phone instead?
I understand that Google sync uses something called "Mail for Exchange" that I can install on my phone.
Sorry to make this such a complicated question, but I have not been able to find answers that I can understand on Google's website, and I obviously don't want to install anything until I know what I'm doing!
Thanks for any help.
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Here is more information about Google Sync : http://www.google.com/mobile/default/sync.html
Before you follow any of the instructions I give, please back up your contacts on both your phone and in Gmail.
Hope this helps, it seems a long winded, but hopefully you get what you expected. Report back with your outcomes.
"...you will see a list of all content types that your phone can synchronize; however, currently Google Sync only supports Contacts...."
HaZey, thank you for your complete explanation. However, as it appears the Nokia calendar data is not synchronized with Google calendar, the use of Google Sync would be of limited value to me, as I want to continue to use the built-in Nokia calendar application for the time being.