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Two things to check given GMail is already set to sync. First, double check you have notifications ticked inside the GMail app, this can be found by opening the left menu and opening the settings located at the bottom. Secondly, in settings open data usage, then open the three dot menu and ensure that "Auto-Sync Data" is on and "Restrict background data" ...
My Phone Galaxy S4: On mobile network only my Gmail app was not pushing automatically, gmaps was slow, youtube was not working or really slow and Calendar wasn't syncing. After looking on the internet I was not able to find the solution. I have tried everything that was simple like clear cache, reboot, sync OFF/ON ... But finally with this site I come up ...
The best way is to create or import your contacts under Google account. You can add both Email or Facebook info under each contacts. You can also log in to Facebook app and sync Facebook contacts. Same name will be linked automatically and you may need link manually for the remaining contacts.
You can use LightFlow to manage all your LED Notifications and use that to turn off LEDs for any programs you want. You can also use it to change notification led colours as well.
You can use adb for this: adb backup -noapk -noshared -f gmail.ab com.google.android.gm would backup all data of the GMail app to your PC, storing it in a file named gmail.ab in the current working directory. A restore of that snapshot then is as easy as running adb restore gmail.ab Note that this will include all the settings of the GMail app. If you ...
If I understand correctly you're wanting to download all of your Gmail emails? If so, I've used this tool before in the past to download my Gmail emails and it works well: http://www.gmail-backup.com/
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