1 Android SMEStorage: Getting started
2 Android SMEStorage: Main Menu
Android SMEStorage enables you to manage,share and collaborate with your Cloud Files from one easy interface on
the Android Operating System.
The sign in screen is where you can sign into your SMEStorage Account. You need a valid account with
SMEStorage.com to do this. There are many free accounts so all you need to do is sign up.
Clouds Supported include:
RackSpace Cloud Files
Microsoft Live Mesh
Email (POP3 or IMAP)
If you are not yet signed up you can register on the website smestorage.com. After you have done this return to the
Android SMEStorage application and sign in.
The first screen you see after logging in is the Menu. From this screen you can choose which functions you would like
3 Android SMEStorage: Cloud Files
4 Android SMEStorage: File Menu
to invoke. This is the main menu screen you navigate back to/from your menu choices.
When you click on 'My Cloud Files' from the Main Menu, you are taken to the File Browser Screen. Here you can see
all your Cloud Files and folders from a single cloud or many clouds depending on which clouds you have mapped to
The Cloud file system is navigated as you would a normal file system.
If a key is shown against a file in the file browser, this means it is password protected and you will need to enter the
password that you created when you uploaded the file before you can access it on Your Android Device
Each File has many options that can used agains the file.
The menu has options as to what you can do with the File. The options are as follows:
Download and View: Downloads the files to the local files folder and if the file is a supported file type lets you view it.
Download: Downloads the file to the local files folder where it can be accessed offline
Send Link: Creates an email with a link to the file that you can send to a friend or colleague
Share: Enables you to share the file with a c