To fully take advantage of your Samsung Galaxy S6 / S6 Edge, you’ll want to be able to sync contacts, calendar events, tasks and notes with Microsoft Outlook on your new device. Here’s an easy way to do this.
How to Do A Galaxy S6 Outlook Sync
Galaxy-Sync is Windows software that syncs Outlook with your Galaxy S6 via USB. It is easy for anyone to use and will not require troubleshooting technology. Galaxy-Sync just works out of the box, it is perfect for people who are busy and need something simple and reliable.
Getting Outlook data on your phone is as simple as:
1. Download and install Galaxy-Sync from the official website: www.galaxy-sync.com
2. Plugging your Galaxy S6 in to your desktop computer via USB.
Step2: Plugging your phone to your desktop computer USB port.
Please follow the instructions from the Galaxy-Sync connection wizard.
Please allow your phone to connect to the Windows PC. You need to turn on the phone screen and click on the [OK] button to approve the connection to the PC.
3. Choose the Outlook profile to sync with, and set your preferred sync settings.
You can choose from the two-way sync mode or the one-way mode. And to prevent any information from being deleted by accident, you can ignore the delete actions from Outlook or the phone or any side. For advanced users, who have more than one Outlook folders to sync with, can choose the folders to sync with the phone from the advanced settings, and also the categories to sync with.
4. Initiating a sync.
Within minutes, Outlook data, including your contacts, calendar events, tasks and notes, will sync across devices. Since this is done via secure USB connection, there is no risk of data interception.
Galaxy-Sync brings all Outlook contacts, calendars, tasks and notes onto the Galaxy S6 with each sync. Unlike other apps, it doesn’t sync data to third-party contacts and calendar apps; your Outlook data integrates with the Galaxy built-in phone contacts and calendar apps.
One of the nice features is it allows users to see exactly what the status of the each entry is. Each item receives a symbol (“+”, “-“, “*” or “~”) that corresponds to new, deleted, updated and, respectively, ignored items.
Try this easy solution today
Try now to ensure that you never miss an appointment or push off scheduling one because your Outlook wasn’t on your phone.
Galaxy-Sync official website: http://www.galaxy-sync.com