My razr maxx updated to ice cream sandwich the other day and ever since then my e-mail accounts wont sync. Any ideas? Thansk
I had an issues with my e-mail account after the update. Would not retrieve any messages. I went ahead and deleted the account and started over and all works fine now. Seems like there are several things that have to have a redo after the update.
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My Maxx is doing the same thing. I had my work email set up on corporate sync before the ICS update with no problem. Once the phone was updated i kept getting an "unknown sync error" even though during set up it was completed and it said I should begin receiving email in a few minutes. I have tried everything from removing the account and resetting it up to changing my email password on the computer and resetting up the email account on my phone. NOTHING is working and I need to set it up. Our email is an outlook.com address but nothing I have tried is working. PLEASE HELP!!!
My Maxx is doing sort of the same thing. It will sync manually, but push seems to be totally broken. I'll see an email hit my inbox, yet it never shows up on the phone unless I go manually refresh it. I feel like I'm back in the DroidX days I've done EVERYTHING, I've removed and added the account back again, I've reformatted the phone TWICE, and still get the same behavior. It may work for a minute or two, or catch a couple emails, but within a few minutes it seems to lose touch again with push. Almost the exact same behavior as the droidx when that first came out (as I had one) and Moto was giving out licenses to Touchdown to make email usable. Really hope we're not back in that boat again...
Last edited by oak2207; 07-02-2012 at 01:52 PM.
Hey, I had the same problem after the ICS update. I got mine syncing now.
System Settings > Accounts & sync > Turn on Sync in the upper right corner
Then you can select which accounts to sync
Yes, that basically turns sync on constantly so it no longer is data push. Your power control bar will reflect sync is on. I believe that ICS and 4G handle what would be considered a power hog (leaving sync on continually) better in battery power management. What do you think?Originally Posted by comptech78
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