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You can indeed! Inbox will give you a pop option to disable notificaitons from Gmail and get them from Inbox, or you can just get the usual Gmail notification. They are completely separate applications, both just happen to link to your emails, which are online so the Gmail app will have the usual layout, and Inbox has its bundles, previews etc. If you wanted ...
Did u set 2 step verification to your Gmail account? If yes then you need to set Application Specific Password to your account. Login to your Gmail from Desktop. Goto Settings page. Find Authorizing Application & sites page. Goto Application Specific Password section Set your app name and device and Password, then click Ok. Now you can login to ...
I had a similar problem with another Android tablet. 2 step verification was turned on, but after typing correct password and code, I got a similar screen to the original post. Google help was unhelpful but I managed to solve it by attempting to apply an app password. [Note that in this fix, for me, I did not in fact need to set an app password]. At one ...
There are two ways that I know of. The android package manager won't allow you to install a lower version of the same package. Solution 1: Root your device, install lucky patcher, open toolbox, choose "patch to android", and install the patch that allows the package manager install older versions of the same app Solution 2: Using the app ApkEditor, clone ...
Do you have two-step verification enabled on your hotmail account? If you do, that extra layer of security can trip up GMail. You'll need to create an "App Password", which should be a setting in your Hotmail settings. From Microsoft's Two-step Verification FAQ: Some apps (like the mail apps on some smartphones) or devices (like the Xbox 360, for ...
Try these steps as seen @ how-to-set-up-hotmail-on-android: ... ... 1) Tap on “Email” in your app drawer 2) You should see the Email Setup screen. Type in your email address and password. Tap Next. If you encounter an error, repeat Steps 1 and 2 (DON’T press Next). Move on to Step 3. 3) Once you’ve typed in your details, tap on “Manual Setup”. 4) ...
I don't know if this is what you're looking for, but you can send emails from Gmail through multiple accounts and set the account that you want. I use firstname.lastname@example.org, and myworkemail@myworkdomain, both going through my Gmail app. When I compose an email, I change the email address under "From". However, to get that, I changed the settings on the web ...
Try the Mail Wise app. It bypasses Exchange security, but you won't be able to use the Gmail app. For details, read this Mail Wise FAQ.
Just use the default contacts app. When entering your new contact, there is an option where you can choose where it should be stored. Choose your Google account and you're all set.
I know you can tap the icon next to their name in Gmail and it'll ask if you want them to added to your contact list, although not extensive, I'm sure can be edited further. I can't help with Yahoo!'s service though as I don't use them primarily. Someone else may be able to answer you on that point.
Contacts>Settings>Contacts to display>Select all the accounts
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