Got a new Android device? Here’s the first thing you should do

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Here are some of the first things every Android owner should do with their phone when they take it out of the box. These little exercises will ensure that you are getting the most out of your device from day one.

Check out your device

Go through all of your phone’s packaging and take stock of everything. Review any warranty information, and take note of any extras. Most Android phones come with a SIM tool, so be sure not to throw that out in case you ever want to install a new SIM card. You probably also got a charger and maybe even a nifty set of earbuds.

Prep for data downloading

Plug the phone in to get that battery charging. You’re going to be playing with your new toy for the next couple of hours, and you don’t want it dying on you right in the middle of a crucial process.

Log into Google and let the magic flow

When you turn on your device for the first time, a walkthrough will guide you through the setup process. This will vary a tiny bit from phone to phone but one of the first things it will ask you to do is log into your Google account.

Disable bloatware

Your phone likely came with a few apps pre-installed by the manufacturer or carrier that you didn’t ask for and can’t get rid of (unless you decide to root). These apps take up space and can slow your phone down. To maximize your phone’s capabilities, you may want to ditch this stuff.

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