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#1 Posted : Wednesday, February 16, 2022 4:28:21 AM(UTC)

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Make sure that you are using a supported browser. If you've turned on 2 step verification, be sure to sign in using that password. You can also open the Gmail app from your iPhone's browser. The Gmail app is a bit buggy, so make sure to allow it to run in the background to ensure that it works as expected. If you're able to open it in a browser, try Gmail syncing and sending emails normally.

For more info - https://emailspedia.com/...hooting-and-sync-issues/
#2 Posted : Monday, February 21, 2022 2:30:26 AM(UTC)

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Clear cache and Collected Data
If you are not able to send emails from your Gmail account, you are suggested to clear the cache and data stored in the local space. The files that are stored on your devices are usually meant to improve the loading speed, auto-fill spaces, and more. On the contrary, sometimes the abundance of cache and other similar data can affect system performance by lowering the speed, initiating crashes, and causing Gmail sending issues. Therefore, one must clear cache and cookies to retain the normal sending abilities of your Gmail account.

Here is how you can remove cache and cookies from Gmail on your Android:

Step 1: Go to “Settings” on your mobile.

Step 2: Open “Apps”.

Step 3: Go to “App Manager, All Apps, or Manage Apps”.

Step 4: Navigate to “Gmail”.

Step 5: Click on “Storage”.

Step 6: Now, clear cache and select Clear Data.

Step 7: Reboot your Android devices and try sending emails from your Gmail application.

With these steps, you can clear and send all the emails that are stuck in the Gmail outbox.

Remove and Re-Install Gmail Application
If all the previous solutions fail to meet expectations, you can try removing the app from your device and then install it again.

Some of the Original Equipment Manufacturers offer Gmail applications on their close-to-stock android phones and thus it can’t be uninstalled. In such cases, you can try uninstalling updates and try to install them again.

Here are the steps to uninstall the Gmail app or uninstall updates:

Step 1: Go To Settings > Apps > All apps > Gmail.

Step 2: Select Uninstall or Uninstall updates.

Step 3: Open Play Store>> Gmail.

Step 4: Install Gmail and restart your device.

Step 5: After this sign in to Gmail and check if the issue has been resolved.

#3 Posted : Saturday, March 12, 2022 12:47:55 AM(UTC)

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