4 replies on How to add, open, and configure OneDrive on Android

  1. Ken says:

    I entered the wrong personal account during the set-up procedure. How can I now correct the error

  2. BV says:

    I constantly see that the OneDrive app automatically “starts up” using battery & memory it doesn’t have too. Of course the first thing I did was to touch the “Force Stop” bar in settings but that doesn’t work. I have an app called “start up manager” that will Stop apps from auto starting. Unfortunately the OneDrive does Not show up on the start up managers app list. What can I do to STOP OneDrive from AUTO STARTING?

  3. Dave Lornie says:

    Set up easily however: I am a long time user of OneDrive and already have a premium account. As well as all my files on my computer I also have the contents of several phones stored there using the GoodSync utility with the data for each stored in their own directories. I thought I would give the OneDrive App a go however I can find no way of setting the root directory for it. It uses the default photo directory which is not what I want. Is there any way to change this?

  4. Francis Farrell says:

    I have the onedrive app on my phone. I have saved emails on my pc in various files. I can open the files from my phone but when I click on an email it says there is no app to open it. How do I remedy this so I can open emails saved in folders in onedrive?

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