Nowadays, people mostly access the internet through Smartphones. Every application that we use in our daily routine is also available for Android or iOS such as users can easily access Gmail through Android and IOS operating system. But while using Gmail; you come up with many general issues in your Android apps. Here, we are providing you the information regarding a common issue that creeps up while accessing Gmail on an Android device.
If you are a regular user of this service and facing issues while accessing Gmail applications on your Android device, you may come up with the following problems:
•If you unable to send mail, or your mail is stuck in between.
•If you are not receiving any new mail in your inbox.
•If you are unable to access or read your mail.
•If you are facing the “Account not synced” error.
•If your Gmail app is running very slow.
Check for the new update with the app.
Maybe you are using an old version of the Gmail app. Most errors crop on abrupt basis using older versions of the app, due to bugs that are fixed in the latest version. So, you need to update your Android device to its latest version. On some of the occasion, updating to the new version; may your issue will not be fixed.
If updating the Gmail application to its latest version didn’t resolve the issue, then you need to go through these troubleshoot solutions.
If you see this error message “There was a problem securing the connection: This error comes due to various reasons which are given below:
Due to incorrect date or time in the device: You need to ensure that the date and time on your Android device are correct. If not, then update your clock to current time.
If you’re accessing public Wi-Fi network: If you’re accessing the internet in a public place through public networks, then you might need to complete the additional steps before you’re actually connected. You need to run the browser on your Android devices, such as Safari or Chrome, to check if you need to log in.
The issue persists due to many refreshes: You’ll face this error if your application is syncing your email faster than your email provider allows.
To modify your sync settings, just go through these steps:
•First, you need to open the Gmail app on your Android device.
•Click on the Menu option located in the top left of the screen.
•Click on the Settings option.
•You need to select the account you’re facing an issue with.
•Click on the Sync frequency in the Data usage section.
•You need to configure a longer period of time to sync.
•Click on the OK button to save the settings.
These are some troubleshooting solutions which will help you to fix your problem with ease. If the issue still occurs, then you need to take support from the Google.