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Gmail app on Galaxy Note 4 not syncing properly, plus other issues

Hello everyone! Welcome to another post about #GalaxyNote4 problems and solutions. We’ve gathered issues that you don’t usually encounter in many Android forums. We hope that these solutions can help other users who may have similar experience with their Note 4. Gmail app on Galaxy Note 4 not syncing properly Galaxy Note 4 won’t charge

Troubleshooting Samsung Galaxy email issues

    We have collected some of the email issues on select #Samsung devices (#GalaxyNote5, #GalaxyS6, #GalaxyS6Edge) so we can share their solutions to our community. Below are the specific issues mentioned here today: Galaxy Note 5 not receiving emails “Please use a valid email address” error when trying to login to a site Gmail

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You can now access Gmail from the Yahoo Mail app on Android

The #Yahoo Mail application for #Android has received a major update today, which will appeal to a lot of #Gmail users. Well, the app has finally received support for Gmail mailboxes, giving Yahoo Mail users the ability to access their Gmail account without having to switch the app. Frankly, it’s a little surprising that the mail


Gmail on Android and Web now getting Block and Unsubscribe options

The #Gmail app on the Web and #Android are now seeing some important inclusions – Blocking and Unsubscribing. As announced by #Google in a blog post (and the corresponding GIFs), these features will let you conveniently block users or unsubscribe to annoying mailing lists with the tap of a few buttons. These features should be rolling

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Gmail for Android now gets a unified mailbox feature

The Gmail for Android app has received a new update. Usually it wouldn’t be that big of a deal when an email client gets an update, but this is perhaps the biggest overhaul it has seen since the Material Design UI update late last year. Google has finally decided to add a unified mailbox feature to

Inbox for Tablets

Inbox from Gmail can now be accessed on tablets too

Gmail’s Inbox application which is available as an invite only service is quickly evolving. The email app which was available only for smartphones can now be accessed from tablets as well. To make it even more user friendly, Google has built in support for Firefox and Safari browsers. In addition to supporting Android tablets, the Inbox by


Chinese government bans access access to Gmail through apps

China has long banned the web version of Gmail, but has now restricted access through mobile applications as well. This means that if you’re a Chinese resident, you cannot access Gmail or use its authentication from any mobile apps when in the region. This comes after the local government banned Google services like Search and Maps in the

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Gmail for Android v5.0 now up for grabs with a multitude of changes

With the first Android 5.0 device going live today, the much awaited 5.0 update of the Gmail app can now be downloaded. The update brings significant changes to the UI courtesy of Google’s Material Design principles. The new Gmail also includes support for non-Google email accounts such as Yahoo, Outlook etc, thus making the standard Email client on your

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Gmail app to get support for non-Google accounts with Android 5.0

Android 5.0 Lollipop is expected to bring a flurry of changes to the system. And one among the many changes is going to be made with the Gmail app according to a new revelation. The app which currently supports only Google accounts will finally support email accounts from other providers like Yahoo or even Outlook.

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Gmail On The Web Gets 13 New Languages

If you can’t read any email that arrives in your Inbox, that essentially makes it useless for you. Thankfully, if you use Gmail, Google has announced that Gmail on the web supports 13 new languages from across the globe. The new languages are as follows: Afrikaans Armenian Azerbaijani (Azeri) Chinese (Hong Kong) French (Canada) Galician Georgian

Gmail for Android reaches 1 billion downloads

The Gmail app for Android has now surpassed 1 billion downloads ever since it was made available a couple of years ago. Google’s native email client is certainly one of the most popular out there, even though most manufacturers like Samsung, LG, HTC and others offer their own custom email client with devices. Google’s email