Sync Your Mobile Contacts With Your Google Account without any application All us want to be able to sync out Gmail contacts to our S60 devices and not pay for it, this post will tell you how exactly to go about doing that without requiring to install any application. Iâ€™ve successfully used Google Mobile Sync on the Nokia N96, a FP2 device as well, but for the purpose of this tutorial I will be demonstrating the setup on an E71 which runs FP1. *.Make sure you backup your contacts, both on the phone and in Gmail. *.Navigate to and open the Sync application. *.From the Options menu select â€˜New sync profileâ€™ *.Choose any name you like for â€˜Sync profile nameâ€™ *.Select and click â€˜Applicationsâ€™, you will see a list of all content types that your phone can synchronize; however, currently Google Sync only supports Contacts. *.Select and click â€˜Contactsâ€™ *.Make sure the â€˜Include in Syncâ€™ option is set to â€˜Yesâ€™ *.Define the â€˜Remote Databaseâ€™ option as â€˜contactsâ€™. It needs to be spelled exactly like this (lower case), or Google Sync will not work. *.Click â€˜Backâ€™ to exit this screen and save your settings *.Ensure that only Contacts have â€˜Settings definedâ€™ and all other content types say â€˜Sett. not definedâ€™ *.Click â€˜Backâ€™ to exit this screen and save your settings *.Select and click â€˜Connection Settingsâ€™ *.Enter the following values: *.Server version: 1.2 *.Server ID: Google (capital â€˜Gâ€™ is important) *.Data bearer: Internet *.Access point: the Internet access point for your carrier. *.Host address: https://m.google.com/syncml (Important to enter https for a secure connection) *.Port: 443 *.User name: your Google Account username, e.g. ******@gmail.com *.Password: your Google password. *.Leave other values unchanged. *.Click â€˜Backâ€™ to exit this screen and save your settings *.Click â€˜Backâ€™ again to exit the Sync profile settings *.Highlight the your Sync profile and select â€˜Synchronizeâ€™ from the â€˜Optionsâ€™ menu to synchronize your contacts with Google. Note: On FP2 devices like the N96 & N85, the settings are similar and the only difference is in the order in which they are displayed. Also, Google currently only supports both way syncs, irrespective of the device in use. Hope this will be usefull to you all. And if mods think its repost, then they are free to delete it but think of newbies as they still don't know this things. See the Screenshots below to understand very clearly.