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Sadly, This feature/functionality is NOT currently Supported by LinkedIn App. The best user can do is write a Feedback/Review in Google Play Store and request this feature to be added to the development team of LinkedIn. Hopefully, in newer version of LinkedIn App, this might be included.


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You have to just go to Settings > Display > Find here notification light option and disable that. But keep in mind that all notification light will be turned off, except during charging the phone and low battery indication.


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gmail runs in the background could try a stop and clear (from your Google Dashboard) which should trap or kill off any cookies


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Gmail 5.0 added support for Exchange accounts, but it requires an additional APK (Exchange Services) which you can't get from the Play store unless you already have it. As one of the other answers indicates it seems to just be with Nexus devices at the moment (maybe some newer Lollipop ROMs do for other devices, not sure). However, you can sideload it! I ...


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I was able to fix it by uninstalling all updates, then updating the app from the app store. I first tried wiping cache and data like SuperThomasLab suggested but that didn't work.


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You can check the following location to view the attachments: (root)/data/data/com.google.android.apps.inbox/files/downloads In this location you'll see a random code something like cd8ca9801230132321232sd312312ad312 Navigate to that folder and you would see few other folders named attachments avatars smart_hero_mail_image smart_mail_image To view the ...


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Apparently, going to the web with Android does not work either. Even if I click on the option to show me the full site, the mobile site keeps loading. From what I can tell, there is no function to create or rename labels through the mobile site. If I use only Andriod, I guess I have to borrow a computer if I want to use any labels.


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If you do it from from gmail you can do it on a by sender basis. Here are the instructions: https://productforums.google.com/forum/#!topic/gmail/v0rJQjdR-Pc


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I did not understand the phone you have the contacts on... so I will try a general option answer: go to contacts and use the available options: e.g. Import/Export or "batch operation" followed by "select all" and "share". other options are available just think out of the closet.



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