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Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by SR20S13, Dec 13, 2009.
when i did my update my gmail no longer updates its self i have to go into gmail and refresh it wtf
My Gmail isn't auto syncing either. However, I updated on Friday and I didn't lose syncing until Sunday morning.
Same here. Kind of super annoying.
Just out of curiosity, did anybody check to see if sync is still turned on?
(Settings> Account and Sync Settings)
Did you run your phone to very low battery? (I read somewhere that this will turn off certain features to save battery life, though I can't confirm that)
I have not experienced this, and Gmail continues to sync as always.
I check multiple times Sunday to make sure that Gmail sync was still turned on (it was), and I didn't get the battery down below 40%. It briefly started working again this morning, but as I right this my last Gmail sync was 11:05 AM and I have received 3 email since then - the last of which was at 2:22 PM - which have not synced to my Droid.
I had the same problem. My gmail would not auto sync after the OTA update. However, if I have Google Talk running in the background, everything works fine.
Have you tried removing and readding the account? That helped fix a sync issue I had a few days ago.
No, but I'll give it a try.
thanks so much I clicked sync mail and now it works!
How does one do this? Under the account tab all I see is an option to add an account. Mine stopped syncing and even if I refresh it manually it still doesn't retrieve new emails.
Simple fix: if you play around with closing apps, you can accidentally close the process that the phone uses for push. If you phone stops pushing, turn it off and back on again. The required app for push will start on start-up and you'll be good. That's how mine was. I then stopped playing around with closing apps, and it's been pushing ever since. I only close apps now that are main battery drains...and I make sure I only close that one app.
same problem here =[...also applies to other email services