How to Sign In to Personal Dropbox and Work Dropbox on Android?

If you want to use both your personal and work Dropbox accounts on your Android phone, then use version or higher of the Dropbox app.

If you are installing the 'Dropbox Desktop Application' for the first time on Windows XP, then you will need to sign in to both Dropbox accounts.

If you are an existing Dropbox user, you will need to sign in to your second Dropbox account.

Sign In to both Dropboxes on Android Phone:

  1. Connect your Personal Dropbox and work Dropbox accounts.
  2. Download and install 'Dropbox' app on your Android phone.
  3. Tap "Sign in!".
  4. Enter the email address and password for your work Dropbox account.
  5. Tap "Sign in!".
  6. Enter the password for your personal Dropbox and tap "Sign in".

Sign in to Second Dropbox account on Android phone:

  1. Connect your Personal Dropbox and work Dropbox accounts.
  2. Download and install 'Dropbox Desktop Application' on your Android phone.
  3. Make sure that you have the latest version of the Dropbox Android app.
  4. Open "Dropbox" app on your Android phone.
  5. Tap "Menu" button.
  6. Tap "Settings".
  7. Tap "Sign in" button located under "Dropbox Account".
  8. Enter the password for that account.

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