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If you mean log out of the Google account, it is not possible. You will always need to be logged in to access the store for your apps. As is said before, you can disable the email service.
It is not possible according to this guide https://support.google.com/mail/answer/2991620?hl=en There’s no option to sign out of the Gmail app for Android without removing your entire account from your phone or tablet. However, you can accomplish many of the same tasks through other actions, depending on what you need. As an example you can ...
If you want to forward an email open the email, click the three dots in the corner of the message and tap the forward button. If you want to forward all of your emails to another address, there is no option in the app. You can do this via the web with the following instructions: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/10957?hl=en. If you need to set this up ...
I have the same telephone as you, I am using Gmail 5.0 and Calendar 5.0 without a problem. I would like to suggest that you should try to reinstall the ROM. The steps are as below: Download the ROM based on your model H60-LXX from emui.com, I suggest you to use Free Download Manager for faster speed. DO A BACKUP because the procedure will delete ...
Unfortunately, the only workaround for that would be to uninstall the most recent Gmail app and consider finding the previous update to it (ex, if it was 4.1.3, search Google for 4.1.2.)
I would do that not only for the Gmail app but all the Gmail. Go to your desktop pc, log into your account, go to settings and configure Gmail to receive all your emails inside your account.
The Gmail app icon doesn't display an unread messages count overlay (badge) in either stock Android or TouchWiz. So, either you have it confused with the stock email app (i.e. that's where you actually saw the unread message count on the envelope icon), or you're using a custom launcher (in which case, please specify which). In any case, there are two ways ...
You can reset the password using Google password recovery. Go here - Account recovery. Follow on-screen instructions: Select I don't know my password. Type your email address. It asks for any previous password you remember (if there is one). Type password & continue. Next screen will be like this - Confirm password reset on my Android XXYYZZ phone. ...
Just found this thread and it helped me solve the same issue (gmail not syncing on mobile data) on my Galaxy S3. Under settings/data usage/gmail I found that 'restrict background data' was ON. Just for gmail, not globally. Not sure when or how that got checked, but it may have been that way out of the box since my gmail has never synced on mobile data, even ...
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