Gmail has been showing up weird from the earlier one week. The app didn’t sync, mechanically and manually, in any case for me. After in search of a while, I came across, due to Android Police, that I was not the one one coping with this problem, there are numerous others like me.
There’s an unlimited thread on the Google Support boards the place clients are complaining in regards to the lack of sync on Gmail, and even Google is acutely aware of the problem. One of the employee talked about that Google is investigating the difficulty, and in the intervening time are in the hunt for a solution to restore this.
In actuality, its not merely Gmail, Google Play Store has been showing weird lately as correctly. When I try and open up Google Play Store, it says “No Connection. Retry.” Surprisingly, that happens when Gmail fails to sync on my Galaxy S4. Actually, it’s not merely my gadget, I tried it on totally different Android models with me as properly, and all had the equivalent drawback, even a number of of the people I know acknowledged that they are coping with the similar Gmail/Google Play Store disadvantage.
As for Google Play Store, it often works when I change WiFi networks or clear Google Play Store cache, nevertheless that’s not a eternal reply — sometimes, it actually works, whereas a variety of the events it doesn’t. Even Gmail begins understanding of the blue, nevertheless not regularly. Google says its investigating the problem and a restore should be out shortly.
As of July 2nd, a Google dialogue board moderator said, “We are nonetheless wanting into this — there have been a variety of ranges of investigation along with reproducing the error, isolating it, diagnosing and we in the meanwhile are inside the testing choices half. I will subsequent exchange the thread when I have additional info to share a couple of restore. Thanks so much for staying tuned and providing your entire information.”
At least the company is acutely aware of the problem, so maintain tuned, we’ll exchange you as shortly as Google releases a restore.