If you've got a new Android smartphone or tablet, you can't just switch it on and starting playing Angry Birds. Before you can start enjoying it, there are some steps you must take. If it all seems a bit confusing and complicated then don't worry we'll explain how to do everything.
Most phones and tablets will guide you through the set up process step by step and they will vary depending on what brand your device is and which version of Android is running. They are all very similar but we can't show them all in screenshot form so bear in mind that your user interface might look different - we've used a Nexus 6 running Android 5.0 Lollipop.
With an active Wi-Fi connection, sign into your Google account with your usual email address and password. If you don't have a Google account then you can create one right now.
Note: Some devices will ask you if you want to sign into other services and networks like Facebook, Twitter and Dropbox. You can do this now or later when you open the apps.
Next you'll be given a set of options relating to Google services such as backup and location. Untick any boxes you wish and carry on.
Note: You can adjust backup and location preferences later so don't worry too much now.
Since we're using a Nexus device, the next step asks whether you want to use Google Now which provides helpful information such as news, weather, sports scores and travel data. Other devices might prompt to sign up for different accounts such as Samsung or Sony.
That should conclude the set up process but as we mentioned earlier, different devices will have different steps. You are likely to be welcomed to your new device and might be shown a brief tutorial on how to do things like customise the wallpaper, widgets and settings.