If Gmail has problems syncing the mobile app with your Gmail account, you may be unable to perform basic email functions, send and receive emails, and open or read new emails. Sync problems may also cause apps to run slowly. To get things working as they should, re-sync your Gmail account. Instructions in this article apply to mobile devices running Android 9. The most common instance of syncing problems with Gmail is between the main account and the Android app.
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Email sync problems are some of the common troubles shared to us by some S6 and S6 Edge users so this post is our answer for their request for assistance. In some cases, syncing errors can only by fixed by simply deleting and re-adding the account. Please use the link provided at the bottom of the page to contact us. Hi, I have a problem with sync email. Peak schedule is working good but of peak not working as it should be. Can you please help me? Best regards.
What to Do When Gmail Is Not Syncing
If that does not clear the issue, the steps below should start your email automatically syncing. Troubleshooting email sync on an Android device is the same as it is on every other device, start by turning everything off and see if syncing works. Confirm you have connectivity to the internet.
Email problems can sometimes be frustrating but most of the time, they can be fixed relatively easily. We hope that our suggestions will help shed light on how to address email problems described by two of our readers below. Before we proceed, we want to remind you that if you are looking for solutions to your own Android issue, you can contact us by using the link provided at the bottom of this page. When describing your issue, please be as detailed as possible so we can easily pinpoint a relevant solution.