I have a two year old Windows 8.1 Nokia 635 Smart Phone. It is okay, but Windows seems to be dying in the Smart Phone field, e.g., many new cars provide for an Android interface to their smart consoles, same for Apple, but nothing for Windows. Yes, my Windows SP works via Blue Tooth for telephone, but not maps (GSP). I am looking at buying a LG Rebel LTE with a Tracfone (another change now on Go Phone AT&T) service interface. I am interested in any insights as I have not yet purchased the LG Rebel, but my reason to post is I'd like to be able to copy my directory (address book) contends from the Nokia to the LG, next I may want to transfer the pictures albums. The picture albums are also on One Drive (MS Cloud) so I have access to them from my computers. Maybe my general question is interfacing Android storage with WIndows storage. Common formats should be the same I assume. If anyone has any experience or references on how to use the Android interface to the Subaru 2017 Impreza, using Android Auto application I'd welcome inputs/references. Unfortunately my Android 6.0 Table can not run Android Auto, hope the LG Rebel Android 5.1 can run Android Auto, that would allow me to leave my table home and use my new smart phone to drive the Subaru console. Comment, seems strange to me if true that Android would develop the current new Marshmellow 6.0 and not upgrade modern apps such as Android Auto to run on the new OS.