The instructions below are using Android OS 5.5.0 – Lollipop on a Nexus 6 Virtual Device.
1. At the Home Screen, tap on the Menu button, shown in the bottom middle of the screen.
2. Next, tap on
Settings, shown in the bottom middle of the menu below.
3. Next, Scroll Down to the
Personal section, and tap
4. Next, Tap
5. Next, tap
6. At the following setup screen, type in your email address with the format
7. At the following setup screen, type in your
Central Login credentials, and tap the
(Note: If you recently had your password reset by the helpdesk, please go to www.uc.edu/pss to change the password from the temporary password to a permanent password before entering it into your Android Device.)
8. Next, you will see the account attempting to retrieve further server setting information. Wait for this step
9. At the following setup screen, you will be presented with many fields of information. Please ensure that
these fields match the following settings below:
● Password: CLS Password
● Client Certificate: None
● Mobile Device ID: This is generated by the manufacturer and is non-editable.
● Server: outlook.office365.com
● Port: 443
● Security Type: SSL/TLS
10. Next, you will see your device validating the server settings. Please wait for this step to complete.
11. Next, you may be prompted with the following screen.
NOTE: You will need to select
OK in order for the setup to complete. This allows you to remotely wipe your device through Outlook Web Access in the event that your device is lost or stolen.
12. Next, you will be prompted by the following screen to set up your sync settings. We recommend that
you select a Sync Frequency of
Every 15 minutes. You may choose how many days of email you wish
to sync to your device, and whether or not you want to sync items other than email from this prompt.
When you are finished, tap on the
13. Next, you may be prompted to activate device administrator.
Note: You will need to activate this in order to complete your device setup. This is governed by the Android OS and what are called “Intents” to grant specific permissions to your device, in the event that it is lost, or stolen.
14. On the following screen, you will need to give your account a descriptive name. This may be whatever
you want it to show up as on your device. When you are finished, tap on the
Next button, and finish the
setup on your device.