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  • 180. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    c4r0 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This one worked for me. Brilliant!

  • 181. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Sandman26 Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    I have a Motorola RAZR i with Jelly Bean. Two days ago the .me account started reporting "wrong username or password". There had been no problem until then.

    Everything works fine on my MBP, iMac, iPad. I have deleted the account & tried to add as new using all the vartous settings supplied on this thread but with no luck. On the Motorola Forum one other person has noted the same problem at the same time as me. Anyone having this problem as well who come up with a solution, please post.

  • 182. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    NJ Ron Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes, there is an easy solution.

     

    Apparently, Apple reset their networks last week.

     

    Many of us using iCloud iMap were getting account errors.

     

    The trick is this...

     

    Under username, just put your mac username without me.com or mac.com

     

    That should fix the problem.  Let us know.

  • 183. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Sandman26 Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Hi,

     

    I already tried that and tried that again just now after your post, but still no luck.

     

    I have tried I believe every version of port, security setting etc. etc. but never get passed the incoming server section

     

    open to suggestions - this is so frustrating!

  • 184. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Sandman26 Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Ok, I got it working. Not sure if all of this was necessary but here we go.

    First I changed my password for my .me account, as some said this helped

    When setting up the account on the RAZR i I put in blahblah@me.com, my new password and opted for "manual" set up and chose IMAP

    For Incoming

    Imap server is imap.mail.me.com

    Port 993

    Security type SSL

    Authentication method LOGIN

    IMAP path prefix unfilled (So it just says "optional" in grey letters

     

    Outgoing settings

    SMTP server smtp.mail.me.com

    Port 587

    Security type None

    untick require sign-in

    That did it for me, hope it works for others! :-)

  • 185. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Velo Jones Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    This worked for me, I have a Droid Razr Max. And I tried hundreds of different combinations before this. Apple Care wasn't any help, Verizon wasn't either. So thanks!

  • 186. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    cygnetswan Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Seems to have worked on the Samsung Galaxy SIII too. Thanks for posting this J0eMacint0sh!

  • 187. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    MAT9000 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have tried everything under the sun, so it seems, and nothing has worked.  When setting up the incoming server settings for my account, I get the message:

     

    "Setup could not finish.  Unable to connect to server. (Expected 000a but got 000d)."

     

    I have tried all of the suggestions in this thread without success.

     

    The strange thing is that I am able to send an email from my phone (Galaxy Proclaim), but I cannot receive email.  Everything had worked fine in the past, until about September 2012, when I encountered this problem.

     

    Any thoughts???

  • 188. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Robert3012 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    On my Verizon Galaxy S3, this worked for me.

    Incoming settings:

         User Name - no @me.com extension on the end.

         IMAP Server:     mail.me.com

         Security:     SSL - Accept all certificates

         PORT:     993

     

    Outgoing Server:

         smtp.mail.me.com

         TLS - accept all certificates

    PORT:     587

    Check the box: Require sign in

    User Name:     full user name with the @me.com

  • 189. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    AESantiago Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    I've been struggling with this since my Macbook was stolen the other week. Really annoyed by this since it seems I won't be able to access my email at all until I'm at a desktop computer.

     

    Anyway,

    On my Galaxy Note 2 I had incoming working perfectly initially. Outgoing was the issue. So I read around, tried a few configs, changed my password, and now... outgoing works perfectly! However, my incoming is now screwed up and won't pull from the server. Please don't tell me it's either/or with this phone.

     

    Current Config for my "xxxx@me.com" address on my AT&T Galaxy Note 2

     

    Incoming:

    Username (no @me.com)

    Password (one cap, some lowers, and some numbers)

    IMAP SERVER: mail.me.com

    Security Type: SSL

    Port: 993

    IMAP path prefix: (optional)

     

    Outgoing:

    SMTP Server: smtp.mail.me.com

    Security Type: TLS

    Port: 587

    Require Sign-In is checked.

    Username: (full @me email address)

    Password (same as before)

     

    No I don't know what the settings were before incoming stopped working, I tried the new outgoing settings on a new account and excitedly deleted the old one before seeing that incoming was giving me issues before. So no reference from the other one for me. :'(

  • 190. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (35,310 points)

    Try using imap.mail.me.com for the incoming, SSL on, port 993, no Imap path. Also try with and without the full email as user name (both seem to work, sometimes)

  • 191. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Sandman26 Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    This was just posted by Nicole from Motorola on the Motorola RAZR i Non-US Forum. We have been working with her there to look for solutions

     

    Incoming:

    Username/password = In the username field add your email address without the @me.com or @icloud.com at the end. e.g. If your email address wasjohnwayne@me.com you would add johnwayne in the username field.

     

    IMAP server = imap.mail.me.com

    Port = 993

    Security type = SSL (accept all certificates)

    Authentication method = LOGIN

    IMAP path prefix = Left blank

     

    Outgoing:

     

    SMTP server = smtp.mail.me.com

    Port = 587

    Security type = TLS (accept all certificates)

    Require sign-in = Ticked

    Authentication method = PLAIN

    Username/password = Add your email address without the @me.com or @icloud.com at the end. Same as the incoming settings.

     

    Failing that, try configuring the account on K-9 instead. That is an email app that you can download on the Google Play Store. If you are having authentication issues with both applications then this shows that the issue definitely lies with Apple. Taking it from there, it would be best to contact Apple for further assistance.

  • 192. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Csound1 Level 8 Level 8 (35,310 points)

    Sandman26 wrote:

     

    This was just posted by Nicole from Motorola on the Motorola RAZR i Non-US Forum. We have been working with her there to look for solutions

     

    Incoming:

    Username/password = In the username field add your email address without the @me.com or @icloud.com at the end. e.g. If your email address wasjohnwayne@me.com you would add johnwayne in the username field.

     

    IMAP server = imap.mail.me.com

    Port = 993

    Security type = SSL (accept all certificates)

    Authentication method = LOGIN

    IMAP path prefix = Left blank

     

    Outgoing:

     

    SMTP server = smtp.mail.me.com

    Port = 587

    Security type = TLS (accept all certificates)

    Require sign-in = Ticked

    Authentication method = PLAIN

    Username/password = Add your email address without the @me.com or @icloud.com at the end. Same as the incoming settings.

     

    Failing that, try configuring the account on K-9 instead. That is an email app that you can download on the Google Play Store. If you are having authentication issues with both applications then this shows that the issue definitely lies with Apple. Taking it from there, it would be best to contact Apple for further assistance.

    I already have it working, but thanks anyway.

  • 193. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    MAT9000 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Using the above mentioned suggestions and trying several variations, I continue to get the following message when going through the incoming server settings:

     

    "Setup could not finish.  Unable to connect to server. (Expected 000a but got 000d)."

     

    Using the final suggestion from Nicole, I configured the account on K-9 and I was able to access my account.  I still have no idea why I am having issues connecting to the server when trying to set up my .mac account through Android's email.

  • 194. Re: Any luck setting up iCloud on Android?
    Sandman26 Level 1 Level 1 (25 points)

    Hi MAT9000,

     

    Is this on a Motorola RAZRi or other Motorola phone?

     

    If so join this discussion:

     

    https://forums.motorola.com/posts/9cbdb1bdee?commentId=702287#702287

     

    It takes a few days for them to reply, but they are active in trying to fix this problem. As Nicole wrote, if you can get on with K-9 but not the regular email app, seems the prpoblem is to do with the phone & they will help to figure it out.

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