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The easiest way Is to Get the google mail/gmail application which is available for most things Or I can skype or call you


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Go to Settings Go to accounts and sync. Click Remove account.


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Yes you can, to get this working just click on the button on left upper side of window and click on you email, now you'll get option to add another account. *P.S on the image it shows "Personal" you just click on "Google" since it's Google account


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Yes, Google automatically syncs phone and PC. So if you deleted it from the phone that will NOT affect the other services you use. You can re add it later if you want.


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Yes. Deleting the account from the phone only disables your phone from accessing the account. Your computer and its files will be untouched.


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In my opinion you should search for devices that you might had linked that account and check if someone has that email address. Think if you ever sent a email using that account to a close friend, family member or other internet service. You can also take a look at this forum answer: ...


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Gmail used to logged in to Yahoo using regular IMAP, but recently it was changed to Yahoo authentication which failed frequently. The solution is to find a copy of the Gmail 5.1 APK, install it, and setup your Yahoo mail. This version allows you to setup regular Yahoo IMAP. After that, you can upgrade to a more recent Gmail version.


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I had the same problem because I had enabled "Sync last 30 days" for the All Mail folder in account settings → "Manage labels". Apparently there is some bug which makes it sync everything but the last 30 days? I disabled the sync for that folder and refreshed it a few times until went blank and actually reloaded all mail, including today's. When I ...


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I was having this same issue and found by doing the following was able to resolve. Goto Settings-->Applications-->Application Manager-->Scroll all the way to right side should be column ALL-->Select Gmail application, clear cache--> Go back to ALL column and search for Exchange Services-->Select Force Stop. Re-open Gmail App and should be good to go!


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Revert to stock version, (as above) then go here via the mobe's web browser: http://www.apk4fun.com/history/901/ or here http://gmail.en.uptodown.com/android/old Find a previous version you want, download & install. Make sure the phone settings allow install from non-GooglePlay locations. Actually all quite easy.



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