- 03-15-2012, 09:10 AM #1
In order to access Google+ on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus you will first need to log-in with your Gmail account.
How-To: Set-up Your Personal Email on the Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
- Press the "Launcher" icon on your Home screen.
- Tap the "Email" icon.
- Tap the "Email" field and type in your account details.
- Tap the "Password" field and type-in your password.
- Tap "Next" and adjust the account settings by your likings, then tap "Next" again.
- Optionally you can enter an account name by typing it in the "Give this account a name" field.
- Type in a name in the "Your name" field and tap the "Next" button.
How-To: Log in with Google+ on your Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
- Tap the "Google" folder on your Home screen.
- Tap the "Google+" icon.
- Select the desired account.
- Select the desired "Instant Upload" option and tap "Continue".
- Choose whether or not to sync your contacts and tap "Continue" once more.
How-To: Add Contacts to a Circle.
- Tap the "Circles" icon found on the Google+ main menu.
- Tap the "People" tab at the top-right corner of your screen.
- Select "Find and invite people".
- Press the "Add to Circle" icon found next to the person you wish to add.
- Select the desired circles and tap "OK".
How-To: Remove Contacts From a Circle.
- Access the "Circles" feature from the Google+ main screen and tap on the desired circle.
- Tap the "Menu" icon at the top-right corner of your screen.
- Tap "Remove people" from the drop-down menu.
- Select the contacts you wish to remove from the circle.
- Tap the "OK" button twice.
How-To: Create a Post on Google+ via Your Samsung Galaxy Nexus.
- Tap the "Stream" feature found on the Google+ main menu.
- Tap the "new Post" icon at the top of the screen and press "OK" on the notification window.
- Tap the "Type to compose" field and enter the desired message via the on-screen keyboard.
- Once you're done with typing in the message, tap the "Send" button at the top of the screen.
› See More: Log in to and Utilize the Google+ app on Your Samsung Galaxy Nexus.