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I agree with @Dan Hulme's answer. However, for the sake of more information, an easy way to get to the app info for a system app is to long press on a notification.
I realized last night that since I have 2 factor auth enabled for my account, I might have to generate a new application-specific password in my google account settings. I generated a new one and successfully synced with my new email using it.
Go into the Gmail app. From the overflow menu (the three dots in the corner), choose Settings. In the settings window, choose the Gmail account you're using. (If you have more than one account, do the following for each in turn.) Notifications is the third option down. Turning it off will disable mail notifications. In general, you should look for a ...
Go to your phone's Settings. Under Accounts, add the existing Google account. After you go through the wizard (and making sure email is synced), go back to the GMail app. When you trigger/click the hamburger menu, you should be able to select between your different GMail accounts.
You don't manage the accounts within the Gmail app, but rather at the OS level. You need to go to Settings > Accounts on your phone and remove the accounts from there.
IMAP clients generally need to use application-specific passwords in order to access accounts that use 2-step verification. You'll need to generate a new app-specific password, then use that to set up your incoming/outgoing servers instead of using your regular account password. Google's support page (linked above) includes instructions for doing this. ...
There is 1mobile.com. I install this to get most of my APKs. Then, I delete it because it is like goo play and wants to run all the time. If I want another APK, I reinstall it, get the app, and uninstall. Then, there is also: gooapk.net gizom's appsapk papk apktop etc Gooapk should keep you busy for a day or two. I'm getting a divorce from googirl ...
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