Samsung Kies not working? We have a solution.
Samsung Kies, an app that syncs Outlook, music and photos with the Android phone and updates software, comes up often in discussion forums. But not in a good way. Most of the time, people are asking for help because Kies is not working. They’re either doing Kies troubleshooting or they want to find a Kies alternative that can sync Outlook contacts, calendars and tasks with an Android phone.
Its problems occur with all versions. Currently, there’s version 3 for devices running Android 4.3 and Android 4.4 and version 2.6 for devices running older versions of Android that launched before September 2013.
Here are some of the problems users have reported:
- Doesn’t sync.
- Kies not connecting. (Can’t connect the phone to the computer.)
- Doesn’t recognize the Android device.
- Won’t install.
- Doesn’t sync at all or partially syncs data.
- Displays error messages.
- Says there’s no default email client.
- Won’t launch.
- Causes Wi-Fi to disconnect. (Fixing it has prevented Windows Updates from installing.)
Some users report that customer service isn’t helpful for Samsung Kies troubleshooting. Others post detailed and cumbersome workarounds, which sometimes only solve part of the problem. With AkrutoSync, you won’t have these problems.
AkrutoSync is a Samsung Kies alternative that works with Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4, Google Nexus 5, Google Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Motorola Droid RAZR, HTC One and other Android devices.
You’ll be able to sync your contacts, calendar and tasks automatically, completely, wirelessly and securely without going through the cloud. You won’t need a USB cable to make it work.
Some of our customers switched to Akruto after becoming frustrated with Samsung Kies not working. In his AkrutoSync review, Paul S writes, “Up to my neck with Samsung Kies. So glad I found this easy to use product.”
One user who updated to Jellybean 4.3 on a Galaxy S4 ran into Samsung Kies problems and synchronizing Outlook contacts, calendar and tasks became impossible. In searching for a Kies alternative, he learned that most were buggy and some users recommended AkrutoSync after trying other options. “It works faultlessly, in near real time, and reliably in both directions,” he writes.
You can try AkrutoSync free for seven days. This way you can see if it’s a fit for you and how it works without making an investment. AkrutoSync costs only $24.95 — a one-time purchase. No annual fees. No upgrade fees. Even after you buy it, you won’t have to download it again. All you’ll need to do is enter a registration code and you’re set.
If you’d like to watch a video of how AkrutoSync works, please check out the How to Sync Android phones with Outlook video.