How to Sync Microsoft Outlook with Android Cell Phone
What is Outlook?
Outlook is short for Microsoft Outlook, which is a computer software program as well as one of best component included in Microsoft office Application. It's very easy to navigate. Outlook offers several services which allow you to manage your emails, calendars, contacts, and tasks list. Microsoft Outlook also assist you to share information by means of public folders and Internet connectivity. For instance, the calendar is where you organize future meetings and plan your schedule.
Then how to sync Outlook calendar with your Android phone? Actually as long as you have a Gmail account, it's not a problem at all. Why? That's because Gmail is able to synchronize with Microsoft Outlook by using proper account credentials. You can assign the correct Incoming and Outgoing server settings with authentication and work smoothly with it. In the following parts, we will state the instructions about how to sync Outlook calendar with Android cell phone to all Android users.
Steps to Sync Outlook Calendar with Android Phone
First of all, you need to have a Gmail account. Then we will show you the instructions about how to do the sync process.
Step 1. Go to the Google Account Settings page, then enter your email dress and password.
Step 2. Select 2-Way sync as this will sync both your Google Calendar and Microsoft Outlook events with each other.
Step 3. Then you can set sync interval in minutes.
Step 4. After that, enter Gmail on your Android cell phone and go to the "Settings" to sync Gmail with your phone.
Congratulations! You've successfully synced Microsoft Outlook with your Android cell phone.
Bonus: Sync Contacts, Tasks, Book Between Android Phone and PC
Do you want to know the trick to sync all your files on your Android phone with your PC? You will need MobiKin Assistant for Android (Windows & Mac) to help you make it. The instructions below will help you easily achieve it. Let's begin.
Step 1. Link Android Phone to PC and Open USB Debugging
First, enable the USB debugging by following the steps like this:
1) For Android 2.3 or earlier: Go to "Settings" < Click "Applications" < Click "Development" < Check "USB debugging".
2) For Android 3.0 to 4.1: Go to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
3) For Android 4.2 or newer: Go to "Settings" < Click "About Phone" < Tap "Build number" for several times until getting a note "You are under developer mode" < Back to "Settings" < Click "Developer options" < Check "USB debugging".
Step 2. Preview the Data on Your Android Smart Phone
Make sure you opened the USB debugging, or the software won't detect your device and you can't install the USB driver. Then primary parameter of your cell phone will be shown on the interface after the scanning.
Note: Check it out by clicking the picture beside.
Step 3. Select the Files You Need to Synchronize
Select the files on the top menu and preview the contents on the right panel. Then you can tick those you want to transfer to your PC and click "Export" to save them on the computer.