The One Thing You Should Never Do When Syncing Your Android

December 20, 2018 by Justine Schwartz
shefinds | Tech

Syncing your phone is always a good idea, because if, worst case scenario, anything should happen to your phone, or if you switch devices (say, if someone gifts you one for Christmas) all your most recent contacts and data will be transferred over properly.

What is the cardinal rule of syncing your phone?

"One thing you should never do is start syncing your Android device when your battery is low," Michael Bancroft, co-host of Globalive Media’s “Beyond Innovation,” which airs weekly on Bloomberg Television tells us.

"There’s a chance you could lose some of your files if the battery dies partway through the process, so make sure you have a full charge before you begin!” Good tip!

For more Android tips & advice:

READ MORE: The One App You Should Delete ASAP If Your Android Battery Dies SO Fast

READ MORE: The Scary Mistake You Keep Making When Charging Your Android


Editorial Director

Justine Schwartz is a veteran women's lifestyle editor; she's written extensively about style & beauty tips, health advice and wedding planning for more than a decade. Her work has appeared in New York Magazine, Huffington Post and New York Weddings. Justine has been with SheFinds since 2010; you can reach her via email at [email protected]

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