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How do I sync my Google calendar to my Android device?
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**If you haven't already, here is more information on how to opt in to the Google program.
If you've opted in to the Google ONID program, you have the ability to create a calendar using their online application. If you sync a calendar with your mobile device, you can receive notifications and alerts that you've created in your calendar on your device.
To sync your Google Calendar to your Android calendar:
- In Android 2.3 and 4.0, tap on the Accounts & Sync menu item
- In Android 4.1, tap Add Account under the Accounts category
- Choose Corporate
- Enter your email address and password
- Select which services to sync, then tap Done