The inSync mobile app allows you access to your backup and share data from your mobile device anytime, anywhere. The inSync mobile app also gives you complete security, control, and visibility of your data.
The following table lists the advantages of using the inSync mobile app.
|Advantage of using the inSync mobile app||How does it help|
|Seamless data access|| |
|Secure data backup and restore|| |
|Data protection|| |
|Easy file sharing|| |
Note: You must have an inSync account to use the inSync mobile app. If you do not have an inSync account, contact your inSync administrator.
inSync mobile app features and their availability
If your inSync administrator enabled certain features for you, when you log on to the inSync mobile app for the first time, you must perform additional configuration steps before using the inSync mobile app.
The following table lists these features and the additional steps that you must perform on your mobile devices after you log on to the inSync mobile app.
|If your inSync administrator enabled this feature for you||On Android|
|PIN or Passcode||When you log on to the inSync mobile app, the Use PIN window appears. Perform the following steps: |
|Backup Services||No action required.|
|Data Protection Services||When you log on to the inSync mobile app, the Device Admin screen appears. Perform the following step: |
|Device Trace|| |
When you log on to the inSync mobile app, the Location Service screen appears. Perform the following step:
Ports used by inSync mobile app
To ensure even greater security and firewall management, inSync now directs all communication traffic through a single port (SSL/443) for Backup, Restore, Sync, and Share. This reduces the number of required firewall ports for deployment.
You can also continue to use port 80, if you prefer to use your earlier port configuration. If you are using port 6061 to send requests to inSync Server, then inSync mobile app communicates with inSync storage node via port 6071.