In case you’re moving to an Android device from an iPhone or iPad, there’s every plausibility you’re already set up and utilizing an iCloud email address. Android devices require you to have a Google account and going with Gmail address, however you might need to keep utilizing your iCloud represent email. What’s more, that is okay.
The uplifting news is it is perfectly possible to get your <a id=“mypro“ href=“https://www.macspell.com/icloud-for-android/“>icloud email on android</a> up and running on your Android device. It’s pretty straight forward yet does involve a little effort on your part. Head on past the break to see how.
Besides the Gmail application on your Android phone or tablet, you ought to likewise have an application recently called „Email.“ (There are additionally dozens of great alternatives on Google Play.) How it looks may fluctuate from phone to phone – I’m utilizing the stock LG Email application on the G2 in this example – however the overall capacity ought to be the same since you need to set up your iCloud account utilizing IMAP and SMTP.
However it looks, the key data remains the same. Here’s a brisk checklist of what you need to accomplish for approaching mail:
When asked for the IMAP server enter imap.mail.me.com. Your username is the name some portion of your @icloud.com address. Your watchword ought to be the same as your Apple ID secret key. Certificates ought to be set to SSL, or SSL (accept all certificates) in case you’re having issues connecting. The port number needs to be 993.
After you’ve entered all the above data, hit next and you’ll be taken to the setup page for the SMTP section for active mail. Once more, the key data is the same however your Email application looks, and here’s the checklist:
When asked for the SMTP server enter smtp.mail.me.com. Username and secret key ought to be entered as above. Set certificates to either SSL or TLS (again you may need to hit the choice to accept all certificates). Personally, I needed to use the TLS alternative. The port number needs to be 587. In the event that asked about SMTP authentication being required, hit yes.
Hopefully, the details above ought to be enough to get you up and running. It’s a little fiddly to get set up – especially on the off chance that you’ve come from the iPhone which does everything for you – yet it works, and it gets your existing email on to your new Android device.
Of course, there might be other applications out there that do this for you, or you may know about some tips and traps to make things run a little smoother. On the off chance that you have anything that’ll help, drop it into the comments below!