If your Google Account is having problems syncing with your Android device, you can see a message (“Sync is currently experiencing troubles and will be back shortly”. In most cases, sync troubles are temporary and your account will sync again after a few minutes. But if you keep having sync troubles, try the solutions below. One such trouble is a loss of data sync. This can be in the form of your contacts not syncing or even your Gmail then what do you do. You could also drown the device in a bucket of your own tears. But neither would solve the trouble. So, let’s fix this trouble. You can contact Gmail Customer Service Phone Number for more help. If Gmail isn’t syncing automatically, you might notice the following problems:
- Can’t send mail, or mail is stuck in send
- Not receiving or not loading new mail
- Can’t open or read mail
- Inbox not updating
- “Account not synced” error
- Not receiving notifications for new messages
- App is very slow
If you’re having notifications troubles, check your Gmail notifications settings. Usually, one of the checks below helps solve the problem.
Check that you’re connected to the Internet: Your internet connection might not be working. To check that you’re connected, try visiting a website in your mobile web browser. If you’re using public Wi-Fi, say, at a cafe or library, you might need to load a website to accept Terms & Conditions before you’re actually connected. Also, make sure Airplane Mode is turned off.
Check sync settings on your Gmail app: Depending on your sync settings, the Gmail app might not be checking for new mail. First Open the Gmail app. On the left, touch Menu then Touch Settings. If you have more than one account, choose the account you’re not getting email for. Make sure Sync Gmail is checked.
Check sync settings on your mobile device: On many Android phones and tablets, you can turn off sync for all apps at once. May be you have turned off sync by mistake. If sync is already on then try turning it on & off a few times.
Troubles specific to other email addresses: If you use the Gmail app with a non-Gmail address, like @yahoo.com or @hotmail.com, check your email on a computer to check if the sync troubles you were experiencing, like not seeing any new mail, are only occurring in the Gmail app. If it’s done, then continue troubleshooting the Gmail app following the easy steps below.
If you’re unable to view new mail on the computer, check the support information for your Gmail provider. That’s it. Hopefully, you should see data start appearing. If, however, that doesn’t work, the next choice isn’t quite as quick but it’s just as easy.