This guide will explain how to connect your Google Nexus 4 Android phone to WiFi and demonstrate how to setup your Shaw email account through an Exchange server. While Exchange (ActiveSync) is the preferred email setup method, you can also use IMAP or POP. For more information, see Nexus 4 Product Support.
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To set up your Shaw email on your Google Nexus 4 Android phone using Exchange server settings, follow the instructions below. Exchange (ActiveSync) is the preferred method of email setup for your Shaw.ca email address as it offers advanced mail handling, less confusion for accounts connected to multiple devices, and synchronization with calendars and contacts.
Related: Alternative POP and IMAP Settings
Did You Know?
Microsoft Exchange (ActiveSync) is the most convenient way to setup your email and is recommended as it is the best option for users looking to check mail worldwide and from different computers/devices.
To connect your Google Nexus 4 phone to your wireless (WiFi) network, follow these steps:
Did You Know?
If you have customized your network name (SSID) and/or password and can no longer remember the login credentials, you will need to restore it to factory settings.