contact / address books

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    I'e noticed my tablet did not come with any address book app.

    What is out there and what is good.
    I'd llove for something to integrate into google somehow.

    I don't want to add a bunch of data in and find out a week later they stopped making that app. (Been doing that sort of stuff on PC's since 1983, and I've had enough of that stuff!).

    Thanks!
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    I'm not rooted.
    I dont know that much about the android OS yet, I'm not sure what the implications of that would be.

    Coming from the IT world, if I gave myself root access, I could wipe the whole thing out.

    Not an accident I want to happen with this thing, I dont know how to put it back together!

    Or perhaps I'm being too cautious....
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    Cool! I already had the sync adapter, but the contacts apk I did not have. Knew there had to be some sort of "default" contact list somewhere.
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    this is necessary way to set up the exchange server after installing contacts_2.2 works on my andr 2.3 tablet

    [HR][/HR]I'm so sorry for taking so long to reply. I'm deploying on Tuesday so I've been unwantingly busy. This afternoon I took the time to sit down and, ironically enough, Google the hell out of Google for their bloody support number. Sure enough, they don't like to advertise it (went to a good 200 pages in their support section before I finally found it). Then they put me on hold 3 or 4 times while I was tranferred to the Android department, the Applications department, the Accounts department, and finally the "general" helpdesk.

    --- 3 hrs. later ---

    They e-mailed me a link to a support page: Setup Instructions : Google Sync - Google Mobile Help

    What do you know, it actually worked.

    Simply put, if you ever get the issue in Accounts & Sync for a gMail account where it prompts you for the Domain\Username, Password, and Server, here's what you enter:
    Domain\Username: \(user)@gmail.com
    Password: (password)
    Server: m.google.com

    Notice how Google is underlined, it's because it's NOT gmail.com, android.com, googlemail.com, and any other Google owned domain like I had tried via other help pages.

    I hope this helps others not to feel as stupid as I do now that I realize how close I was to the answer and how obvious it should have been.
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    This appears to be the right forum for my question. I am looking for a simple address book app for my Asus tablet. I'm not wanting to synchronize my contacts, nor do I want a business oriented manager. I'm looking for something to replace my old paper and pen address book, where I keep the information on my kids, family, and friends. As such, I want something that will store multiple addresses, phone numbers, and email addresses for each entry. The contact manager on my phone is fairly close to what I want, but there doesn't seem to be a similar beast available for the tablet. I looked at google people, but it grabbed all of my contacts from skype, facebook, etc - most of whom I don't want in my address book. Any suggestions?
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