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I suggest you use Opera Mobile browser (not Opera Mini). Not just Gmail, even sites like Facebook and Stack Overflow are shown like desktop and purely like desktop. It also uses Chromium as its engine similar to what Google Chrome uses. You have to switch off the "Speed mode", and in the setting page you have to select the "Desktop view" so that all sites ...
Personally, I use Opera Mini and the URLs of the desktop versions of Google Search, Google Image Search, and Gmail. I provided a chap called Dennis Bournique with all three addresses after discovering them through the Jelly Bean browser because I knew I would need them one day in the future and wanted them somewhere I can always find them.
I don't know whether this will hide your accounts from gmail but you can turn syncing off for gmail and calendar for accounts you don't want to sync..! You can change the account sync settings from within settings-> Google then choose the account you want change sync settings of.
What I've done in the past (you're not alone in this want!) is take other emails that I've gotten from other flights and replaced all the information with my new flight that I wish to track. Make sure you hit the most important parts Itinerary number Confirmation code Flight numbers Incoming/outgoing airports All flight times Once I filled in all my new ...
Only those contacts will sync with Gmail that are fed or created as Google accounts. Some phones do not give this choice while the contact is being created and so, it is just a phone contact. To sync these contacts with Gmail, you have to edit such contacts. Use the following steps: Go to contacts. Click edit contact. On top of the contact above the name ...
Go to Settings-> Accounts -> Google -> Select Account(whose contacts you want to Sync) -> Select Applications which you want to Sync(Contacts)
Go to myaccount.google.com. Scroll down to Recent Activity>Devices. Click on any device your account should not be associated with and then click Remove. Then scroll down to Connected Apps and Services>Account Permissions. Click View All. Select any app or device that should not be accessing your data and click Revoke Access. It's a good idea to go ...
Log in to gmail and change your password. This will stop his phone accessing your gmail.
I think your friend has enabled (in your Gmail) email forwarding to his email address. You can easily disable this forwarding, if this happens to be the case, but requires desktop view of Gmail IMO. Google has a guide to enable/disable email forwarding. Click here to see the guide. That said, I cannot claim that the above solution will help to resolve the ...
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