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This is the only solution that worked for me: Run http://www.transphone.net/android-transfer/delete-android-duplicate-contacts.html (the software is quite spammy, but it works). Sync all accounts. Go into phone app, settings, sync all accounts again.
As of current writing, it seems that it's (still) impossible to create a new label in Android Gmail app. From Google Gmail official support, Create a label To create a label, open Gmail on your desktop and follow these steps. (Emphasis mine)
Deleting the Gmail app wouldn't give you extra space, as it came pre-installed as system app. Those "system apps" live in a different partition (/system, which is why they are usually called "system apps"), which is mounted read-only – and not available to the user to be written. However, Google Apps (including Gmail) are regularly updated via Google Play. ...
I don't believe it is possible to remove GMail from the system, unless you root the phone of course, then you're allowed to remove whatever you want.
I had this issue and it was because my phones had year randomly changed to 1990, check your date and time settings.
check date/time If they are "too far off", it might cause problems with certificates – which then either appear "not yet valid" (with your date too far in the past), or "no longer valid" (with your date too far in the future). Most Google components such as Playstore, Gmail, Sync, use secure communications, and thus rely on certificates. check the ...
It is very well possible. Sign in with that particular account only from gmail app and it will not sync with anything else.
I found a workaround for my problem that works splendidly. After having installed the latest version of the Gmail App, I have discovered that when I go to Settings > Account > Add account, I can configure a generic email address (i.e. not necessarily a Gmail one) to be used with the said App. It supports both IMAP and POP3 protocols. (sorry for the ...
This not necesserly Android-related, but you mentioned you use those accounts only for emailing. Please see this and this link. It is possible to send and receive mails from different addresses using only master account and therefore you would have no need to add separate accounts to your Android device.
While you add the Google account or even afterwards (from account settings), you can select the content and services to sync. You can select only Gmail, leaving alone all the other services you don't want like Google+, drive, sheets, docs etc. There's no need to setup a third party email client. All (most) Google apps are aware of this functionality and ...
As you have mentioned you are using Kit-Kat, just open alternative email client as user87790 has said.It just comes as separate app named as Email. Open the app. Select add new from the bottom left corner with add new mark(Plus mark with pencil). Add new account enter your account details. Add both the accounts b and c in the same way you enter the password ...
Use the F-Droid repository to install K-9 Mail. (https://f-droid.org/repository/browse/?fdid=com.fsck.k9). This way you do not have to use a Google account to install a mail application, and while you access GMail through the non-Google app, you can also take advantage of additional features of K-9 such as OpenPGP support ...
Although the Original Answer is already in place, let me just re-phrase it, which hopefully resemble Vanilla Android AOSP based phones. Open "Settings" application Choose "Apps" or "Applications" from the list of different Settings. Locate "GMail" App in the List of Apps shown. Select "Gmail" App and in this screen, there is "Clear Data" option ...
Ended up enabling IMAP on Gmail account (used Gmail web client in Standard/non-mobile mode), and then added Gmail account to the Android standard non-Gmail app. User satisfied.
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