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Old June 29th, 2012, 02:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am unable to use mobile networking to access my mail, google play and several word game, however I am able to browse the web albeit slowly.

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I am unable to use mobile networking to access my mail, google play and several word game, however I am able to browse the web albeit slowly.

Any thoughts?

Can you elaborate?

Whats is saying your connected to?

Is there and H in the notification bar, or perhaps an E?

I use a cache cleaner at times like that to clear a little junk and that usually does the trick, or have a look at running apps that may be hogging the bandwidth and see if killing them makes any difference.

I take it everything is ok via wi-fi?
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Can you elaborate?

Whats is saying your connected to?

Is there and H in the notification bar, or perhaps an E?

I use a cache cleaner at times like that to clear a little junk and that usually does the trick, or have a look at running apps that may be hogging the bandwidth and see if killing them makes any difference.

I take it everything is ok via wi-fi?


As above, Is everything ok via WIFI?

If not and if the problem is specific to Google Apps (Play, Mail and maybe some games that use your Google login), I would try going into settings > accounts and sync > then remove the Gmail account. Reboot the phone, go back into sync settings and set up the Gmail account again.
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Can you elaborate?

Whats is saying your connected to?

Is there and H in the notification bar, or perhaps an E?

I use a cache cleaner at times like that to clear a little junk and that usually does the trick, or have a look at running apps that may be hogging the bandwidth and see if killing them makes any difference.

I take it everything is ok via wi-fi?
Thanks for your response,

to eloborate, the applications that do not currently work with mobile network are Whatsapp, Google Play, E-mail,Wordfeud my weather widget. When mobile network connects it has a E above the send/receive arrows. In google play it says "no connection". The other applications do not produce an error.
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Thanks for your response,

to eloborate, the applications that do not currently work with mobile network are Whatsapp, Google Play, E-mail,Wordfeud my weather widget. When mobile network connects it has a E above the send/receive arrows. In google play it says "no connection". The other applications do not produce an error.
What about with a WiFi connection, not mobile data connection? Do the apps still error?
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Make sure that background data is enabled, think a lot of them will want that.

When i sometimes use a cache cleaner to clear up any junk in the background if my mobile data is running slow, also will run an task cleaner (i know people i know ) to quickly close things that may be running and hogging the bandwidth. ( i dont use it a lot as we all know that they are not required as such, but thats a debate for another thread)

Give the above a little try and let us know how it works out.

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