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Undoubtedly Gmail is one of the well-known service providers on internet. However, as streamlined along with easy to access, it can face several issues same as other service providers. This blog will cover all workaround that most of Samsung device owners go through with the Gmail app. From being not able to receive mail to unable to send the mail, or Gmail keeps crashing on Samsung S21Plus, it will help you to fix it.
So follow the given below workaround as it will help you to fix any Gmail-related on Samsung Galaxy S21, S21Ultra, and S21 Plus.
Fix Samsung S21, S21Plus, S21Ultra Gmail Not Working
Is Gmail Down?
Before moving to solutions, first make sure the Gmail Server isnt facing any Outage. Visit DownDetector Website to check the status of Gmail.
Verify Email Password
Mail apps are usually stored in your all service through server’s settings, along with password and username, due to which it will not ask to enter credential for more than one time. So there are chances that there is an error with these credentials and which results in to g-mail not working on S21 and S21ultra. So it’s better to verify the password.
Make sure the device has an active Internet
First and foremost one of the workaround we can perform is to verify the internet connection is enabled. If you are assured that the device has an internet connection, skip this step.
Check Airplane Mode
Enabled airplane mode neglect all the services related to communication. Sometimes, this feature is accidentally turned on by random touch. So it goods to verify that airplane mode is disabled.
- Swipe down the Notification Panel.
- Search and hit Airplane Symbol if it’s turned on.
Update the Gmail App
Gmail is the most used email app on android because it’s able to check other services along with Google’s g-mail services. Therefore, small modification is required to make Gmail work accurately. So there need to quickly check whether there is availability of an update for the Gmail App. For that, you can navigate to Google Playstore.
Restart your Samsung Device
As we all know minor can be fixed by performing a simple reboot. This will force the device to restart, clear caches, and fix web or app having an issue with.
- Press the Side and Volume Low Buttons, this will feature Power Menu.
- From power menu tap on the Restart Icon.
Enable Gmail Sync
Same as accidental touch on airplane mode, there are chances Gmail sync gets disable. So to verify it follow the given below steps.
- Go to Gmail App.
- Hit on the Three-Vertical Line located on the top left corner.
- Swipe down and hit Settings.
- Select your particular E-mail Account.
- Swipe down to the bottom and hit Sync Gmail located under the Data Usage section.
Turn On Android Data Sync
As an android system offers data sync at a system level, and usually these sync settings might get turned off accidentally so it’s better to verify it.
- Navigate to Settings.
- Hit Accounts.
- Verify Automatically Sync Data is enabled.
Lastly, this method will clear the cache for the g-mail application and bring it back to default settings. Doing so will clear the downloaded files of g-mail from the device. To do so follow the given below steps.
- Tap on Settings Icon.
- Go to Apps.
- Select App Manager.
- Search and hit Gmail.
- Hit Storage>Clear Cache>Cached Data>Clear.