How to Fix Emails Not Working

Sending and receiving email on your smartphone is a huge convenience; yet, if the email capability fails, it can be a huge hassle. If the email app on your Android phone suddenly stops updating, you most likely have an issue with your Internet connection or your phone's settings. If the programme keeps crashing, you might have an overly restrictive task manager or a fault that necessitates emptying the app's cache and resetting your device.

Your Android device's email will never update if you don't have Internet connectivity, so check to see whether you have a "3G" or "4G" icon in the status bar, which indicates Internet access over a cellular network. Instead, search for a Wi-Fi icon if you're trying to connect to the Internet via Wi-Fi. The signal intensity is shown as a little dot with many lines above it. If you're not connected to the internet, you may need to walk around to locate a better signal.

Your device will never synchronise its apps, including its email apps, if the "auto-sync" feature is off. This option may have been turned off by accident, or it may have been altered by someone else. This option can be found under "Settings," then "Accounts & sync." If there isn't a check mark next to "Auto-sync," tap it to enable it.

Many developers have designed task managers to assist you in maintaining control over the apps that are currently running on your phone. Some of them offer a variety of options, such as automated app control, which allows you to stop or "kill" specific apps. If your task manager is excessively restrictive, it may prevent the Gmail app from opening or performing a certain task. Reduce the task manager's app control or turn it off completely, then open Gmail to see if it works properly.