Setting up MobileMe on your new iPhone 3G Video
Setting up MobileMe on your new iPhone 3G Video Transcript
>> Hi I'm Tom Merritt from CNET.com with a Quick Tip for setting up MobileMe on your iPhone with the new 2.0 firmware. So first of all you need the 2.0 firmware either with an iPhone 3G or an upgraded first generation iPhone. Then you have to have setup MobileMe that's the new name for Dot Mac. So if you already have a Dot Mac Account you already have you already got it setup. Here's how to set it up on the iPhone. Go to Settings, choose Mail Contact and Calendars, choose Add an Account and select MobileMe. Then fill in your name, address, password, and description. Once you have your correct account information press Save, it will verify your MobileMe Account information then select what info you want to synchronize using mobile me. Ah, lets say I just want to have my Contacts on here and press save now it's gonna warn you that existing content on your iPhone will be remove and replaced with your MobileMe contacts. If you're okay with that press Sync and you're off to the races and there you go now you have your E-mails, your calendar and contacts all syncing from the cloud. That's it for this quick tip, I'm Tom Merritt CNET.com
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