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No, not if you're using the google authenticator app. You will be able to receive the sms with the code, but you won't be able to link the app. Always print out your backup codes in case of this: Account - Security - 2 step verification - backup codes
yes it is possible to revert to old versions for any apps. this site http://appzapk.com is your answer for finding old versions. they took these apps from google play store as and when they were released.
To turn off syncing of everything to google, except mail then you can try the following steps: Go to "Settings" on your phone -> "General" -> "Accounts" -> "Google" -> click your email address in the top. From here, you can uncheck checkboxes on everything you don't want to sync with Google. Google+ also has its own syncing options -> Go to "Settings" on ...
Easy! No Factory Reset Needed.. Go to Settings>Accounts&Sync>Then Click the google account you wanna delete(this also applies to the main account)>then press MENU soft key>then Delete Account That's it!
I am also using the App Settings extension, and 'Show when locked' was enabled. D'oh. I don't think I did this, but might have done whilst experimenting with my new phone! Thanks @Chahk1 for the helpful comment which gave me a hint on where to look. :)
Try clearing data of gmail. And then sign in again and sync your mails
I've heard of this problem. There may be a virus in your phone. Post about this problem to Google. I think you will need to delete the whole device and install Android again.
you turn off the sync and open the mail app if it is gmail then it is easy as gmail app has its swipe down to refresh mails. but the android email app has no features like this so go to its settings to change it
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