Here are the Steps to access, setup and sync iCloud on Android smart phones to provide cloud online storage for apps, photos, music, videos and the ability to sync between iOS powered devices.
Steps to Access iCloud On Android Smartphone:
Using iCloud is a great way to keep your appointments and synchronized contacts across your Android devices as well as a Mac. But with people using android smartphones, what steps are to be taken to sync android with iCloud? It is in fact fairly easy to do if you use the correct app on your phone. Follow these instructions to access your iCloud account from your Android phone.
Step 1 to Access iCloud :
All Android smartphones come with two built in apps – Email and Gmail. This is the ones to use when setting up access to your iCloud account. Open the Email app, and select the option to add account. You then enter your iCloud password and email address. After tapping next’, select IMAP, and tap next’ again.
At the incoming server settings page’, you will need to remove the @icloud.com’ from your username. Simply delete this part. Then, change the IMAP server to imap.mail.me.com’ and tap next.
Step 3 to Access iCloud:
After you select to change the security field to SSL/TLS, accept all the certificates. You have to change the port number to 993. Once 993 is entered, tap next.
At the outgoing server settings page’, change the SMTP server to smtp.mail.me.com.’ Next, change the security settings to STARTTLS’, and change port to 587. Once this is done, check the require sign in’ box. Tap next’ to complete the process.
Following these steps will allow you to access your Cloud account through your Android smartphone. To do this, simply run the Email app on your smartphone. For people who have lots of appointments or contacts, this is an ideal way to keep up to date with your tasks and allows quick access to your contacts stored in iCloud account.