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How to Configure iCloud Mail on Android

The U.S. manufacturer Apple smartphones incorporate a courier service that allows you to create email addresses with the completion of “”. This mail service iCloud enabled by default on all devices of this company, but unlike other services like Gmail, steps to activate an account [email protected] a smartphone from another manufacturer require follow a specific tutorial. And this time we will explain step by step how to configure an email account in Android iCloud both a mobile and a tablet.

All you need to follow these steps is an iCloud email account and a smartphone with the Android operating system connected to the Internet. From here, all we have to do is follow the steps in this tutorial to have our account set up in seconds.

We must first access the application from the Android Email smartphone in which we change our iCloud account. This application usually depicted with the icon of an envelope with an at sign drawn on its surface, and comes installed as standard on all smartphones incorporating the Android operating system.

When you open this application we will display a screen that can vary depending on the brand of your mobile and depending on the version of the operating system you have installed. The most common is that from this screen we requested that we select the provider you want to configure email for our account. We will select the option “Other”.

Then we should be open a screen with two boxes: one box to enter the email address and a password input box. We introduce our data iCloud mail account and click on the button “Manual Setup” in order to access the configuration window in which we can specify the exact details of the configuration of the mail account.

The first paragraph of the email setup corresponds to the “Incoming Server Settings”. In this section we complete the respective boxes each data with this information: IMAP Server:; Security Type: All certificates; Port number: 993; User name: The name that appears in our email address before [email protected]; Password: The password for our email iCloud. Once all this information, click on the button “Next”.

In the second section, “outgoing server settings”, the data that we introduce are: SMTP Server:; Security Type: All certificates; Port number: 587; User name: The name that appears in our email address before [email protected]; Password: The password for our email iCloud. We introduce this data and click on the button “Next”.

From here we can only associate a name to the inbox of your email account and, in principle, we should already have the account set up iCloud on Android.

Nokia X2 has been officially Launched

Nokia X2 has just had its official launch as it was expected. The bet was safe so we know to the next generation of Nokia X, only four months after the filing thereof, and also comes with many improvements.

The Nokia X2 comes with a 4.3 inch screen with resolution 480 × 800 pixels and the incorporation of technology ClearBlack LCD. We improved the processor over the previous model, riding a Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 also comes with 1GB of RAM.

Other technical features include a 5 megapixel main camera with flash, a front camera, a missing element in the first series of these smartphones, your battery is 1.8000mAh and features dual SIM system.

Added the Home button was missed both in the Nokia X, and added multitasking system to facilitate the transition between applications.

We know that your operating system is the spice of Android that were invented from Nokia, Microsoft Mobile and since they have come to adopt, although that has nothing to do with Windows Phone. And not only have adopted it, but it has been improved.

As has been seen, this Android is more comprehensive, with more orderly control applications and energy that appears more prominent visually. It remains committed to the app store where developers upload their application, being able to install apks manually, but still no access to Google Google Play and Services.

Nokia X2 – Technical Features:

  • OS: Nokia X 2.0 software platform based on AOSP Android 4.3 (Jelly Bean)
  • Display: 4.3-inch WVGA 800 × 480 pixel (217 ppi), ClearBlack technology and scratch-resistant glass
  • Rear Camera: 5MP with LED flash and autofocus
  • Front camera: 0.3MP VGA
  • Processor: 1.2 Ghz dual core Snapdragon 200 Adreno 302 GPU and
  • Memory: 1GB of RAM
  • Internal Memory: 4 GB storage expandable to 32 GB with microSD cards (also with additional 15 GB in OneDrive)
  • Connectivity: Dual SIM, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS and WiFi 820.11 b / g / n
  • Battery: 1800 mAh
  • Dimensions: 121.7 x 68.3 x 11.1 mm
  • Weight: 150 gr
  • Colors: green, orange, black, yellow, white and dark gray
  • Price: 99 euros (not including tax)

The Nokia X2 will be available in orange, green and black colors, and will be priced at 99 euros, much cheaper than the previous generation. Your marketing will begin in July, but has not announced anything regarding their sale in Spain.

How to Hide WhatsApp Photo on Android Gallery

The images we receive in the application could cause us WhatsApp occasional awkward situation in case someone decides to browse the gallery of our smart phone with Android operating system. At the end of the day, we are not responsible for photographs that are shared in the groups in which we participate. Therefore, it is best to anticipate these uncomfortable situations WhatsApp hiding pics from gallery in Android so that it is completely impossible for anyone to get to browse the images we have received-or-sent through this application IM.

All you need to hide pics from WhatsApp on Android photo gallery is follow the steps listed below. Before proceeding with the tutorial should download and install the free app ES File Explorer from Google Play Store.  Once we have installed in our mobile application we can start with the tutorial.

The first thing to do is open the application you just installed on your terminal. Simply navigate to the list of applications and will press on the application of ES File Explorer.

When you open the application you will see that this is a file browser that lets you navigate through all the folders on your smartphone. Here is what we want to navigate to the folder “WhatsApp” which usually appears stored within the external memory card. When we get to that folder, access it and then click on the folder “Media”.

Then we click on the folder “WhatsApp Images” which is the folder where all the images that pass through this instant messaging application are stored.

Once inside this folder should display all pictures stored in our mobile WhatsApp. If you look at the bottom left of the application will see an icon with the sign “+”; click on this icon and from the popup window that opens, click on the option “File” (or “File” in the case that we use the untranslated version of the application).

Clicking on this option we will be creating a new file in the folder of images WhatsApp. And here comes the most important part of the tutorial: must name the file with the name (without the quotes, but respecting the point) “nomedia.”. Click on the button “OK” and the file should be created in the folder that corresponds in this case.

If we have correctly followed all the steps, now sufficient that sail to the image gallery to discover that our mobile wallet “WhatsApp Images” has disappeared. The images are stored in our mobile, but now we can rest assured that no one will access them without our permission. In case you want to return to this folder should be visible just delete the file. “Nomedia” we created in the previous step.

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