How To Fix Sync Errors With The Gmail Android App (8OO) 674-2896?

If email isn’t syncing automatically on your android device, you might notice the problems as follows:

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  • Unable to send mail, or mail is stuck in send
  • Mail receiving problem or not loading new email
  • Email opening issues or read mail
  • Inbox updating issue (Inbox not updating)
  • “Account not synced” error
  • Notifications stopped for new messages
  • App response is very slow

If you’re having notifications problems, check your Gmail account notifications settings.

. You can solve your problems by checks the point as follows

Check that you internet connection is working properly.

Your net connection might not be working properly. To check that you’re connected or not, try visiting a website in your android mobile web browser. If you’re using open Wi-Fi, say, at a cafe or library, you might need to load a website to accept Terms & Conditions before you’re actually connected.

Make sure Airplane Mode is not turned on.

Check sync settings on your Google email app

Depending on your Gmail sync settings, the Gmail app might not be checking for new email.

  1. Click open the Gmail app.
  2. On the left corner, touch Menu button.
  3. Touch Gmail Settings button.
  4. If you have more than one email account, choose the email account you’re not getting email for.
  5. Make sure Sync Gmail box is checked.

Check sync settings on your android mobile device

On many Android mobile phones and tablets, you can turn off sync for all applications at once. You may have turned off sync on purpose or by accidentally.

Even if sync option is already on, try turning it on and once, off it again.

How to find your sync setting?

On Android devices running Android 5.0 and up

  1. Click to close the Gmail app.
  2. On your android mobile device, open Settings button (Gear icon).
  3. Under “Personal,” click Accounts.
  4. In the top-right corner, touch more button.
  5. You can Check or uncheck Auto-sync data.

On Mobile devices running Android 4.4 and below

  1. Click to Close the Gmail app.
  2. On your android mobile device, open Settings button (Gear icon).
  3. Under “Wireless & networks,” click Data usage.
  4. In the top-right corner, click more.
  5. Check or uncheck Auto-sync data box.

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