1. nsiotto's Avatar
    I am using iCloud for my calendar and contacts. I used it for my Z30 and it worked flawlessly. I have also made the same setup for my DTEK50 and all the calendar and contacts synced within a few minutes. So far so good. But now, I recon that beyond the initial setup, if any operation, contact addition, on the device or else where, it's not automatically synced. I have attempted to understand what's wrong but I am failing to understand. Anyone any clue?

    iCloud Contacts sync with DTEK50-screenshot_20161010-105314.png
    Last edited by nsiotto; 10-10-16 at 02:00 AM. Reason: Added screenshot
    10-10-16 01:58 AM
  2. Dunt Dunt Dunt's Avatar
    You have done this...

    To add email, go to Settings > Accounts > Add Account+, select BlackBerry Hub Account, enter the iCloud address and password
    To add contacts, go to Settings > Accounts, Add Account+, select BlackBerry CardDAV Account, enter the iCloud address and password
    To add calendar, go to Settings > Accounts, Add Account+, select BlackBerry CalDAV Account, enter the iCloud address and password

    But then it stops syncing?

    I would delete them, and try again.
    10-10-16 02:43 PM
  3. nsiotto's Avatar
    iCloud calendar is working fine. But contacts it's not. I have deleted and programmed it again. As before, it syncs all contacts new, everything perfect. But then we are back to square one.
    10-11-16 06:03 AM

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