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My computer Quicken file is not syncing properly to my android phone or android tablet.

I just installed Quicken 2013 on a computer running Windows 7. I also installed the mobile android app on my phone and tablet. The account balances showing up in my file on my computer do not match the balances on my phone or my tablet. My phone and tablet amounts do match each other. What am I doing wrong?
  • I suggest you go to Amazon.com and read the reviews on Quicken Premier 2013 Upgrade.  Most people are unhappy but one person posted a suggestion that may be useful to you.  I am waiting until the reviews improve before I upgrade.
  • I don't know why you'd need go to Amazon, when you can read plenty of "reviews" right here, including comments from beta testers. But here, you'll also get comments from Intuit, which you aren't likely to get at Amazon.

    On the Home page of this Community, you'll see a section called "Trending Topics". Locate the topic "mobile" and click it (you may need to click "View All" first).
I do not think you are doing anything wrong.  I am having the same problem with my iPad, iPhone.

I get an incorrect balance on the mobile device.  I can delete the app, reinstall, and then get a different incorrect balance.   I again deleted.  went into account settings, and specified only one account of three to sync, reinstalled app, then when I sync, two accounts show up ( remember I specified only one)  again with an incorrect balance coming across in one of the accounts.

I think Intuit dropped the ball, big time, on this one.   In my opinion Quicken Mobile is totally worthless !!!!!!
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