With this service we can have a system that will bring with it a common cloud space for all your devices and that, in addition, will allow you to share folders with other users. When you modify a file or upload a file to the Dropbox cloud, it is directly modified on the other computers.
The free version of it offers you 2 GB of capacity that we can expand by inviting new users and through promotions that are gradually launched. However, we can go up to 8 GB (16 GB if you are a student).
We want to present a method that promises to add 23 GB to those initial 2 GB thanks to an application modified by XDA-Developers and with which those gigabytes will be added over a period of 2 years to your account.
What do we need:
Android smartphone or tablet.
User account in Dropbox.
Delete the data from the Dropbox application from your device (if you already had it installed, if not, go directly to step 3).
Once deleted, uninstall the Dropbox mobile application from Settings-Applications – Manage applications – Dropbox
Download the App from your mobile and take the opportunity to install everything at once. We warn you that you have to have active the support of Unknown sources in the Android configuration (allows the installation of content from outside the Market –now Google Play-) You can activate it from Settings – Applications – Unknown sources.
Once installed, click Open and then Continue to Dropbox:
After that, the traditional introductory Dropbox tutorial will begin, which we will go through by pressing Next several times, until we reach the registration screen.
There we click I am a Dropbox user and we enter our username (email) and password and in about 10 minutes we will receive an email from Dropbox announcing that we will have 23 GB more for 2 years.
After receiving the email and checking the capacity increase, we recommend installing the official application Google play and change our password in Dropbox.