Setup Emails on Motorola Moto E 4G



Please follow this guide to learn how to setup emails on Motorola Moto E 4G LTE 2nd Gen. Complete guide Moto E email settings to receive emails on your new Motorola Moto E 4G phone.

Gmail account setup

We have mentioned about setting up a Google account in the initial setup. Especially for you who didn’t complete it, you can add one now by following the steps below:

  1. From the home screen, tap on the Apps icon.
  2. With the App tray open, swipe across and tap on the Settings icon.
  3. Now scroll down to the Personal section and tap Accounts.
  4. You will see a list of all accounts which are already set up on your Moto E 4G. Tap Add account.
  5. On the list of account types, tap Google to start adding a Gmail account to the phone.
  6. If you have an existing Google account, enter your Gmail address where prompted and tap Next. If you are new to Android, or don’t have a gmail.com or googlemail.com email address tap Create a new account to set up a free Google account.
  7. To continue signing in, enter your Password into the space provided then tap Next. If you are creating a new account, complete all the boxes on the onscreen form in order to set the account up.
  8. You must agree to the Terms of service and Privacy Policy in order to use the Google account on your new handset. Tap on a link to inspect these if you wish, then tap Accept to proceed.
  9. The Google account can be used to back up your apps and settings. If you would prefer that not to happen, untick the box then tap Next.
  10. You will then be asked to set up some payment details in order to purchase apps and other media from the Play Store. This is optional, as many apps are free. Select your billing option (or Remind me later to skip this for now) and tap Next..
  11. The newly-added Google account should now show in the Accounts section, and your emails will start to arrive in the Gmail app very shortly.

Now after the steps above, you can add further accounts or check the Gmail app to look at your mail. If your account failed to set up automatically, you will be returned to the main email setup page with your email address displayed. In order to add your email account to the Moto G 4G you will have to do a Manual Setup. In order to do this, you will need to know the type of account you have (POP3, IMAP or Exchange) and additional, account specific information (shown above right).

  1. From the home screen, tap on the Apps icon.
  2. Swipe across the apps until you see the Settings icon, and tap on it.
  3. Scroll down to the Personal section and tap Accounts.
  4. You will see a list of accounts that are already set up on your Moto E 4G. To continue, tap Add account.
  5. If you know you have an Exchange email account (often used by employers and education providers) choose that option. For all other account types, tap the correct Personal account type (POP3 or IMAP). If you’re not sure, our email server settings guide may be able to help you identify your account type.
  6. Most email accounts will configure automatically. Enter your email address and tap Next.
  7. Enter your password when prompted, and tap Next.
  8. If all goes well and the account sets up, you will be able to alter the account options to choose how often your handset checks for new mail, and other settings applicable to your account. When you are happy with the settings, tap Next.
  9. You will then be asked to give the account a name, and also enter your name which will appear on outgoing emails. Tap Next to finish the setup.
  10. You should now see a line in the Accounts section called Personal which contains your email account settings. Continue adding any other accounts in the same way.

The onscreen form will require additional information to be entered include the account Username, Password, and also incoming and outgoing mail server settings. If your account is an exchange account, you will need to know domain and Exchange server information.



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