Using One.com Cloud Drive on Android
Cloud Drive lets you bring your files anywhere. Access and share your photos, videos and documents easily directly from the One.com Cloud Drive app for Android. Any file you save to your Cloud Drive can be accessed on all your computers, Android, iPad, iPod touch and iPhone.
- System Requirements
- Supported Languages
- Logging on to Cloud Drive
- Creating a new Cloud Drive password
- Getting a quick overview of your files
- Adding files to Favorites for offline use
- Storing and playing your music
- Storing photos, videos and other files
- Sharing files in Cloud Drive
- Adding a Cloud Drive from a another domain
- Optimizing performance with caching
- Protecting your Cloud Drive with a passcode
- Encrypting Cloud Drive with a passphrase
- Deleting Cloud Drive files
- Supported File Formats
- Any Android device
- Android OS v1.6 and above.
The One.com Cloud Drive app for Android, iPad and iPhone is currently available in English, Danish, German, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Norwegian and Swedish.
Logging on to Cloud Drive
Start the app and log on with the email address and the password of your Cloud Drive user.
Note: If you haven’t created a Cloud Drive user yet, please follow this guide: Creating a Cloud Drive user
Once you are logged in, you will see a list of Cloud Drives. Tap the Cloud Drive you want to access.
Creating a new Cloud Drive password
If you forgot your Cloud Drive password, tap Forgot Password?. Enter your email address and you will receive instructions on how to create a new password for your Cloud Drive.
Getting a quick overview of your files
The tab All Files gives you a quick overview of the files stored on your Cloud Drive. Organize your files in folders and rename them to make them easy to find.
Adding files to Favorites for offline use
The Cloud Drive app enables you to access your files, even when you don’t have an internet connection. Add a file to your favorites and you’ll have access to the latest synchronized version when you are offline.
Tap Favorites from the drop-down menu, and tap the star to add the file to Favorites.
The files you have added to Favorites will be marked with a star.
Storing and playing your music
The app will automatically organize music and video stored on your Cloud Drive and place it under the Music tab. The built-in music player lets you stream music stored on your Cloud Drive.
Tap one of the categories to view your files. The music and videos will be organized by category in Songs, Artists, Albums, Videos, Composer and Genre.
You can play a track by tapping the track, or just tap Play to play all listed tracks.
Download a track by tapping Download. A green check mark indicates that the file is already downloaded to your Android device.
If you want to play videos or music without downloading, just tap the files to stream the content.
Storing photos, videos and other files
All photos stored on your Cloud Drive will automatically be accessible from the Pictures tab. View images either as thumbnails or in full screen.
Tap the camera to capture photos and videos and upload them to your Cloud Drive.
To upload a file, tap Upload.
Select which file type you want to upload. You can upload photos, music, videos or any file or folder.
Sharing files in Cloud Drive
Share files placed on your Cloud Drive directly from the Android app. When you share a file, it can be posted on Facebook, tweeted, copied or pasted into messages or used in your favorite app.
- View the file you want to share.
- Tap Share from the drop-down menu.
Adding a Cloud Drive from a another domain
You can add several Cloud Drives placed on different domains and access them at the same time.
- Open the Cloud Drive app.
- Tap Add New Cloud Drive.
- Enter the login details for the account you want to add and tap Login.
Optimizing performance with caching
Caching improves the performance by storing a specified amount of data on your device, so you can access your files faster. You can configure File Cache and Media Cache based on your Android device’s storage capacity.
- Tap Settings
- Select the size of File Cache and Media Cache.
Protecting your Cloud Drive with a passcode
It is recommended that you protect your Cloud Drive with a passcode. The app will then ask for a four-digit passcode to be entered every time the One.com Cloud Drive app is launched.
- Tap Settings.
- Tick the Passcode Lock checkbox.
- Enter a four digit passcode and confirm it by entering it again.
Encrypting Cloud Drive with a passphrase
When configuring the Cloud Drive, you can choose Normal Encryption or Strong Encryption.
If you select Strong Encryption, you will be asked to create a passphrase. You will need to enter the passphrase to enter your data in the Cloud Drive.
Deleting Cloud Drive files
You can delete Cloud Drive files and folders on your Android device.
- View the file or folder you want to delete, and tap Delete from the drop-down menu.
- Tap Yes to confirm the deletion.
Supported File Formats
Supported Audio and Video file formats
|MPEG-1, layer 3||.mp3|
|MPEG-2 or MPEG-4 ADTS||.aac|
|H.264 Baseline Profile Level 3.0 video, up to 640 x 480 at 30 fps.
(The Baseline profile does not support B frames.)
MPEG-4 Part 2 video
|.mov, .mp4, .mpv, .3gp|
Supported Image file formats
|Tagged Image File Format (TIFF)||.tiff, .tif|
|Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPEG)||.jpg, .jpeg|
|Graphic Interchange Format (GIF)||.gif|
|Portable Network Graphic (PNG)||.png|
|Windows Bitmap Format (DIB)||.bmp, .BMPf|
|Windows Icon Format||.ico|
Find more Cloud Drive tips on our support pages.