Here are the steps you could use to enable or disable auto sync of emails, contact and calendar on the Samsung Galaxy S2.

Do you often use the contacts, email or calendars in multiple places, such as on your device, computer and tablet? If so, you enable auto sync to make sure all the devices have the same data.

To enable auto sync do this:

1. Press the Home key.

2. Tap on Settings.

3. Select Accounts and Sync.

4. Then select Auto-Sync and ensure that it is enabled.

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All your different devices now should be having the same data once the sync is completed.

 
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I just updated my SII to 4.1.2 and now I can't even find the Auto Sync feature. All my accounts are "Auto Sync disabled." Does anyone know where this feature went on this latest version?
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I've messed up certain apps in Macboook Pro and now have no data in them. However, all that information is in my Samsung Galaxy S2 and I must be certain that the Samsung doesn't sync with my Macbook Pro. How would I disable the sync feature in my Samsung so this can't happen?
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Bomber SJB, Stephane - I would check to make sure there are no other apps that tries to the change the behavior of the auto sync.
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Same problem for me on my Samsung Galaxy S2. I have to reactivate calendar autosync manually quite often as it\'s still deactivating by itself.

I\'m interested if anyone found a solution to this problem...
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my calendar sync continues to disable itself and I constantly have to reset the tick for the calendar to auto sync.
Do you know of a solution to this problem.
thank you.
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