Sharing is caring. We've all heard that phrase before, and I'll wager that most of the time we all agree. I think at heart everyone wants to be a helpful member of society, both online and off. If I'm right, there's an easy way we can make an impact -- helping our fellow Android enthusiasts.
Resolve to help thy fellow Android neighbor
Think back to when you first got your hands on an Android phone or tablet. Remember the excitement and fun you had discovering all the great stuff you could do with it? Now remember how frustrating it was when you couldn't find the easy way to do something simple, like add a contact or change the notification for SMS messages. We all have been there, and chances are we had to ask a question or two along the way. Hopefully, the answers we all got were helpful and friendly.
Now think how many people got an Android device this holiday season -- 3.7 million of them (not counting Amazon Kindle Fires). You will meet some of these people online, and especially here at Android Central. They are going to have questions if this is their first Android device. Take a moment, and offer advice in a helpful way. In fact, resolve to go one step further and head into the forums once a day and try to find someone to help. You'll feel good doing it, and chances are you can help make someone a bit happier with their new Android phone or tablet.
We're not suggesting you hold someone's hand and walk them through every simple little thing -- nobody learns anything that way. We're just saying that we all need to take a few moments and offer an helpful advice we have to our neighbors in need. Try it, chances are you'll like it.
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