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You must first change your password at iforgot.dpsk12.org   if you want to use the DPS Google Apps on your mobile device using your DPS Google account.

Not changing your password before logging in on a mobile device (including Chromebooks) can result in your other DPS accounts getting locked. 


Chromebooks

Visit the DPS Chromebook Technical Resource website to learn how to log in to a Chromebook.




Once you have changed your password, follow the instructions from Google for access on your mobile device. 

Android 

 Use native Android apps
(Recommended)
 Most Android phones have mobile versions of Gmail, Calendar, Contacts, and Google Talk pre-installed. You can download other mobile apps like Docs for free, on Google Play. To begin using these apps, follow these steps to add the account to your phone. 
 Use your phone's mobile browser You can also access your apps from your Android's browser app. Just point the browser to m.google.com, touch the app you want to use, and sign in to your Google Apps account.



 iPhone   

 Use your iPhone's native appsSet up your iPhone with Google Sync to access your Google Apps mail, contacts and calendars using your iPhone's native applications (your Google Apps administrator must enable Google Sync for your domain).
 Use your phone's mobile browserAccess other apps such as Docs and Tasks from your iPhone's browser app. Just point the browser to m.google.com, touch the app you want to use, and sign in to your Google Apps account. 

Blackberry

 Use your BlackBerry's mobile browser Access most Google Apps in your BlackBerry's  browser app. Just point the browser to m.google.com, touch the app you want to use, and sign in to your Google Apps account. 
 Use BlackBerry native apps (via BIS) Sync your BlackBerry's mail, contact, and calendar apps with your Google Apps account using your mobile carrier's BlackBerry Internet Service (BIS). Follow our instructions, but for more support, please contact RIM.
 Use BlackBerry® native apps (via BES) 
(requires a BlackBerry Enterprise Server)
 If your company has a BlackBerry® Enterprise Server (BES), follow these instructions to sync your BlackBerry's mail, contact, and calendar apps with your Google Apps account (applies only if your organization is using Google Apps Connector for BlackBerry® Enterprise Server).

Windows Phone

Use your phone's mobile browserAccess other apps such as Docs and Tasks from your phone's browser app. Just point the browser to m.google.com, touch the app you want to use, and sign in to your Google Apps account.

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