Samsung has a new ad promoting the Galaxy Note 2 as a business device. We couldn’t agree more because CompanionLink gets lots of calls from people asking about Galaxy Note 2 Outlook Sync. These business people are crippled without their Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, and tasks on their Galaxy Note 2. CompanionLink has software for Galaxy Note 2 Outlook sync.
How to achieve Galaxy Note 2 Outlook sync
- Download CompanionLink for Outlook from here. It’s free to try for 14-days.
- During configuration, select Android for device, DejaCloud for method, and Microsoft Outlook for database.
- Click the Sync button.
The Note 2 blurs the line between the three most popular mobile computing form factors – laptop, phone, and tablet. The large 5.5-inch screen on Galaxy Note II gives business people laptop-like productivity. The powerful quad-core processor makes Excel calculations a breeze and allows you to simultaneously run apps. The device runs the famous TouchWiz interface.
Galaxy Note 2 Outlook Sync was last updated December 28th, 2012 by
I looked at DejaCloud and it looks like a subscription service at $15 for every 3 months. I’d prefer a one-time payment for CompanionLink, which looked like it is $50. Is there any way to get the Note II working with USB synchronization. I’ve tried everything, with no luck.
I’ve read all of the setup guides and they strongly recommend DejaConnect USB for newer Android devices (like the Note II). However, I’ve had no luck with the ADB drivers. What features/reliability will we lose with the DejaCloud connect method?