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If you get an Android device and don't have a Gmail account, create one. You're missing out on a LOT of features (the Google Play Store, backups, and more).Make sure you create your Gmail account before you set up your phone. When you install an app, you'll be warned about what permissions that app requires for use.Of course, that doesn't mean you should just start randomly tapping buttons.Use that power with intelligence and understanding.So that's what I'm going to give to you — in the form of 10 preventable newbie mistakes.Many users who migrate from the i OS platform expect Android to behave the same way. It will make and receive phone calls, check email, and view web pages.There are certain permissions that should be given only to certain apps. It's only going to drain your battery (and Android does that well enough by itself). Your Android device is not a dumping ground for cutesy apps of the day.
It's not that those apps are going to suck your battery dry.Do not ignore those permissions, as they can give you insight into the app's nature. Know when to stop installing an app based on the permissions it requires.If you're installing an app that will serve as a mirror and it requires permission to use your location and your email, don't install it! If you don't use Bluetooth for anything, why leave it on?If you really want a few widgets on your homescreen, choose wisely and don't overdo it.Android and Gmail are like peanut butter and chocolate — they work perfectly together.