I am not a quitter, but Droid phone and tablet are frustrating to me. Both my windows laptops crashed within a few weeks of each other, and I damaged my Windows Phone. While sending them off to repair, I purchased a Nextbook as a backup device. About the same time I broke my Windows phone and the insurance replaced it with a Sony Experia (Droid)...I have been struggling to use both this past week.The tablet is almost useless to me: 1. I cannot get Nextbook to read any external device. I've read that the ext drive formatting must be exFat. Should I invest in a Droid compatible ext hard drive? do these exist? Do I need separate external hard drives for Windows and Droid devices, or will Windows read an exFAT formatted drive? 2. I cannot get my Nextbook contacts to upload my Outlook contacts (from my Windows phone). Web directions say to export Outlook contacts as a csv file. Done! However, Nextbook import contact command searches only for v-cards and not the csv file. 3. Nextbook instructions were very, very sparse. I cannot figure out why touching my screenpad usually takes me to my contact list no matter what app/program I am using. I don't find I am touching any particular part of the touchpad either. Hope someone has guidance to tell me what I am doing wrong... 4. I purchased sev Windows based apps. Of course, i learn now they are not Droid compatible. A, I need a pdf editor. My Windows based app was close to $100. Any suggestions for a good, inexpensive or free Droid pdf editor and OCP converter? b. Norton360 is also not Droid friendly. What program should I use to protect my Nextbook? DOes my Experia phone need virus protection, too? 5. Anyone know why my Sony Experia takes so long to charge (7 hours) and why I cannot use this phone while it's charging? 6.