Your emails will continue to work on your device using the app password instead.Check or change your account settings: Please note: There are many different email client apps for Android devices and unfortunately we can't provide help steps for each one as there are so many variations in the market.Once you’ve got it, follow the instructions below to finish setting up emails on your device.Generate an app password Please remember, if you change your Sky i D password, you don't need to update it in the Mail app if you set up your emails using an app password.Follow the instructions below to set up emails on your mobile, tablet or computer.If you access your emails on your device using an email app, such as Outlook or Apple Mail, we recommend you update to the latest version of the app.Please note: You don’t need to update it if you used a unique app password to set up emails on your device. If you’ve already set up Sky Yahoo Mail on your device and your emails have stopped working, check the setup instructions for your email app below.
Generate an app password Please remember, if you change your Sky i D password, you don't need to update it in the Gmail app if you set up your emails using an app password.
One thing we would like to tell you that users first would be sad to learn that there is no update to Android 4.0 for this device as promised during the launch and the user adjusted with the Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS on the device.
So if you have a Xperia U handset along with you, then you need to take out your smart phone head to menu, Settings and then tap on Software Update and finally hit to Check Now under Update option.
Please remember, if you change your Sky i D password you don't need to update it in Outlook. Select Outgoing Server and tick My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication.
Your emails will continue to work on your device using the app password instead. Select Use same settings as my incoming mail server.8.