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If it's built into Android as a system app (built into the system, uninstallable by normal means), no, not unless you have root or unless your device has some rare functionality which will allow you to (I don't even know if such a device exists). If it's an app you installed yourself and isn't a system app, then yes.
The way I fixed this was to check the box for "Skip the Inbox (Archive it)" when I made the filter and label with the custom sound. That way the message is only in one place and therefore only one sound is played. Hope this helps. =)
New facts as of 2015 You can create a Google account without gmail You can remove gmail from your google account On android, is there any way to sign into Google Play without also signing into Gmail?
I just tried it out and it seems like this is not possible. However, did you know that you can use aliases for your Gmail Account? If your address is for instance "firstname.lastname@example.org", you can also use "email@example.com" or "firstname.lastname@example.org", and all E-mails will land in the same inbox. Then you can filter them by recipient-address, to ...
Try these: Clear the Cache on your Android device To fight the No Connection – Retry error message on Google Play Store app on your Android devices, try to clear the Play Store cache since this could be a reason of this error of repeatedly getting this network error message. To do this, go to Settings > App, scroll down to All apps and finally to Google ...
The GMail application is now a general email application. You can set it up to talk to any email account. There are two important cases: You use the GMail application with a GMail account, for example: email@example.com. In this case, Google only allows secure connections. You access a non-GMail account using the GMail application. This may be ...
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