How to setup android devices?

How to setup android devices


So you’ve got a new Android smartphone or tablet, and you want to download applications and make calls. If the setup process seems a bit overwhelming, don’t worry, because we’re going to guide you through every step, explaining what to do. Step-by-step, most phones, and tablets will lead you through the configuration process.. Depending on what model the smartphone is and the version of Android it runs, the experience can vary slightly. Both of them are very similar, but we are using stock Android here.

How to set up a new Android phone

  • Insert your SIM card and turn on your cell to make sure it’s fully charged.
  • Choose a Language
  • Connect to Wi-Fi
  • Enter info about your Google Account
  • Selecting the choices for backup and payment
  • Date and time setting
  • Login and/or fingerprint setup
  • Voice Assistant
  • Start downloading content and applications


step 1:

If it is a smartphone or tablet with mobile data connectivity then you will need to insert your SIM card into your new device. If it has a removable battery (increasingly rare), place it in the slot and attach the rear cover. Now you have to click on your new Android device using the power button, which is normally located on the right side. Before turning it on, note that it will need to be charged.

step 2:

If the device is powered on the first thing you would need to do is select a language. Choose from the list you want to use and press Get started if you haven’t already done so you’ll be asked to insert your SIM, but you don’t need to have a SIM installed to set up the phone. Either insert your SIM or press Skip. You will be asked whether you want to restore from another device (which would copy over your applications and data) or set up, based on the device you are setting up.) or set up as new.

step 3:

Next, you’ll you will be prompted to connect to a Wi-Fi network, so find your network in the list and select it, enter your password, and click Connect.

step 4:

If you already have a Google Account, you can now enter your email address and password. If you do not already have a Google account, create a new account, and register for a free Google account, click Next.

step 5:

The configuration process will ask if you want to turn various Google services on or off, such as the option To automatically back up device data (recommended), use Google’s location service to help apps determine your location (your option and if appropriate, your location).you can enable location access to specific apps), improve location accuracy by allowing the device to search for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth and by automatically sending diagnostic and system and software use data to Google (your preference entirely) to help improve your Android experience.

step 6:

If required, adjust the date and time zone (if you’ve bought your phone outside the UK, it can be adjusted to another time zone by default). Not only is this worth doing so that you know what the right time is, but because it will cause your wireless router to conflict. You can use these options from the device’s Settings menu. of the system if you are not asked to change the time.

step 7:

If your mobile has a fingerprint scanner, you will be prompted to set it up now. You can also leave it and add one later, or click on add fingerprint. Now before setting the fingerprint you need to enter a pattern, PIN or password which can be used to override the biometric login. We chose a pin. You can then be asked if you want to allow a secure startup as well which allows you to enter a PIN to turn the phone on. This is completely your decision as to how secure you want your phone to be, while we find it a little bit irritating personally. You can remember to enter a PIN, which is at least four digits. 1234 is actually one of the simplest PINs to guess, as is 0000, so people could guess like your birthday to stop those along with things. To resume when you are done, click the arrow key.

step 8:

If your phone has the built-in Google Assistant, you will be introduced and asked to help your voice recognize it – just follow the instructions.

step 9:

You’re likely to be welcomed to your new device and a short guide about how to configure the wallpaper, widgets, and settings can be displayed. If there is one, you can pay attention to this, but you can also skip directly to the home screen. tapping the three lines icon at the top left, select My apps & games, and tap Update All. If this is completed, Google Play will start downloading applications. Simply open the app store, check for a game or app, like WhatsApp, and click Install. You will be asked to approve all permissions, and the software will start installing in the background.