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Old March 5th, 2009, 10:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry All gmail services not syncing

Very odd thing started happening yesterday.

I forget exactly how it started, I think I was in settings setting the sync options, when it started erroring when trying to sync, I thought "I guess gmail must be down for a bit" so I turned sync off and forgot about it. Came back an hour or so later to turn the setting back on and it pops up

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/!\  Sorry!
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The process
com.google.process.gapps has
stopped unexpectedly.  Please
try again.
So I do and it pops up again. When ever I try to turn on auto-sync that error pops up.

Also when ever I try to open gmail I get
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/!\  Sorry!
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The application Gmail (process
com.google.android.gm) has
stopped unexpectedly.  Please
try again.
Plastered ontop of the first one. So I force close them both and it boots me from gmail. This sometimes happens randomly with other apps too.

I have no clue what to do here, will I have to restore?

(also if you don't mind looking at my other problem too I'd be really grateful http://www.androidforums.com/showthread.php?t=3908)

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I've waited 4 days for a response and I'm a bit irritated that no one responded. I can't do much on the phone anymore(gmail,market,syncing to google account) and really need this fixed. Is there any way to back up all my contacts, apps, and do a restore, or is there another way to fix this.
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Not sure about the other services other than GMail.... What I did was to go into the phone settings, manage applications, Choose GMail, clear the data. Go back and choose GMail Storage and choose to clear that data. Try to force a sync. Mine took a really long time, so I went into gmail, and it said email should appear shortly.... that also took forever. So I rebooted the phone and upon reboot it worked.

I think there are lock files at play, I just didn't feel like wasting the time to find it.

Hope this helps!
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I'm a bit irritated hackaholic never came back to thank you, I had this problem and your solution sorted it out. So I'll say thank you.

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Any solution for this problem yet?
Things I've tried:
reset -shut off and pull battery
Restart in safe mode
remove acct-can't this will reset phone (don't wanna do this yet)

And there is no Clear Cache for this google app any where in the 2.0 OS

PS Hmmm maybe i'm in the wrong forum...
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never mind I did find the clear cache option for google mail. For those noobs like me w/ the droid , when you bring up applications, you have to hit menu and then select filter, to select AAAAALLL apps, and just like magic it shows up. I hit clear cache, didn't fix it, but then I hit Clear data and that did the trick...
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Thank you! The above posted clear cache worked perfectly on my MOTO Droid. I was so scared I was going to have to do a factory reset! Thank you for posting the solution! Very helpful
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I have a weird problem in that I can get the GMail app on my HTC Hero to sync properly, but the same gmail account set up in the HTC mail app stopped syncing about a day ago and I can't get it to update itself. Sending works fine... I just can receive any more...

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Tekdroid, excellent information! Thanks.
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If you delete facebook from "Accounts & Sync" and clear the caches; Gmail, Contacts, & Calendar will start syncing again!

I tried it about 4 days ago and it's worked flawlessly for me since then.
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Default encountering same error in sync'ing with gmail

I'm also using a Droid Eris, and I have no idea how to clear the cache. I spent some time on the phone with Verizon Wireless' customer service but they recommended I ask Google. Yeah. Right.

I get the same error message as described above. Restarting the phone does nothing. I have no other issues with connectivity.
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I'm also using a Droid Eris, and I have no idea how to clear the cache. I spent some time on the phone with Verizon Wireless' customer service but they recommended I ask Google. Yeah. Right.

I get the same error message as described above. Restarting the phone does nothing. I have no other issues with connectivity.
I figured out how to clear the cache, but I'm still getting the same error!
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Open the browser, settings (the 4 line button on the droid, not sure if it's the same on the eris), more, settings. Scroll all the way down and the option to clear history, cache etc. is down there.
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I figured out how to clear the cache, but I'm still getting the same error!
There is an additional app, called gmail storage, under manage applications.

When I went into that, there was an option, clear data. Selecting that erased all the gmail email information on my phone, but, when I ran the gmail app, I basically was able to just start over again.

And I stopped seeing the error!
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Thanks for the information. I did as directed and it cleared up all of my problems.
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Default Solved: com.process.google.gapps - Galaxy S

Solved: com.process.google.gapps

I had this problem on my Galaxy S phone and solved it.

Basically i did a factory reset. The problem came back straight away.

I used to have MSN Talk installed, and noticed the folder for it was still there when going into file manager... so I deleted that and now the problem has gone away.

As far as Im concerned, it was MSN Talk that was the culprit and deleting it from the phone has solved everything.

Hope this post helps someone out there

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Hi all,

I realise this is an old thread but thought I would add my bit to it, since I ran into the same problem today.

I noticed that my android was not syncing any of my applications, so I did a bit of Googling and came across this thread. I tried all the things mentioned and none of them worked. I then noticed that I had a notification saying that I was running low on space. So I deleted a few things to free up memory, reset my phone and everything was back up and running again.

Think there must be a fail safe in the program which automatically stops any syncing if there is low space left.

Hope this helps someone else.

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Think there must be a fail safe in the program which automatically stops any syncing if there is low space left.
Confirmed, gmail would not sync for several days despite having its cache cleared and me having 13mb free (9%), I cleared enough space to remove the low space warning and it instantly sync'd.

Seems crazy to me but I guess google have a good reason for it.
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I cleared data under google contacs and gmail I didn't have a gmail storage and I've deleted and readded FB and twitter. I click sync now and none of google has synced since Mon but I got FB and twitter to sync once on Wed. Now nothing syncs and they want me to take the phone into a Sprint store and HTC and Sprint said I'll probably have to do a hard reset. I have an HTC EVO and was googleling EVO not syncing then I went to searching for Android phone not syncing and came across this thread. I'll try deleting an app or two and see if that works. But now my gmail when I went to compose says waiting for sync your email will appear shortly. But nothing is syncing so I doubt it will worl. But if getting rid of the low disk space will make me sync I got a thing or two to tell HTC and Sprint cause they don't know this. HTC said I must reset my phone. I hope this works I am gonna delete apps now. I wish more apps would go to sd card like the FB one for instance it's my biggest one. I have apps to sd and it shows on phone FB and Fring and maps being the 3 highest so I deleted Fring and am rebooting and if low storage goes away I pray I start syncing again.




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Hi all,

I realise this is an old thread but thought I would add my bit to it, since I ran into the same problem today.

I noticed that my android was not syncing any of my applications, so I did a bit of Googling and came across this thread. I tried all the things mentioned and none of them worked. I then noticed that I had a notification saying that I was running low on space. So I deleted a few things to free up memory, reset my phone and everything was back up and running again.

Think there must be a fail safe in the program which automatically stops any syncing if there is low space left.

Hope this helps someone else.

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OMG it worked! I am so glad I found this thread. I deleted Fring and rebooted and now everything synced and I got tweets and my google contacts came back. Two weeks ago nothing would sync but my contacts hadn't syncedi n a few months and I gooogled and was told to go under contact storage and cleared data. I did that and stuff started syncing again so I thought that fixed it. So I did that again yesterday and it didn't work and then I tried to import my google contacts from sd card and they wouldn't come back. I had no contacts but then when I clicked on phone I saw all my conatcts. Turns out I have mine linked as google and phone so when I imported from sd card as phone and not Google I got al my contactgs back as phone just not google. So now under my people I can view 95 google contacts and it says 0 under phone. I wanted to import the phone ones back to so I have phone and google like before but I keep getting a force close when I try but I don't care for now I am just so excited I don't have to hard reset and the low disk space was the problem. So even when I have updates I am not updating anymore and leaving my phone as is and not adding anything else. I so want the EVO 2 to come out with a ton of internal space. I wonder why this big FB app doesn't have the move to sd card option. But oh well I am happy cmaper now. Thanks!
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My synching problem isn't addressed here... I tried the "clear data" ideas noted above, it didn't help. I don't have a low memory issue. My problem is that when I have my phone set to autosync Gmail, once it starts synching IT NEVER STOPS. It just syncs and syncs and syncs its little brains out, the phone gets hot and the battery runs down. So I've switched off autosync (that is, I deselected Gmail, but left my calendar set to autosync because calendar is not having a sync problem). Of course, unsetting the autosync means I don't see when I get a new email in that Gmail account, unless I manually sync it. When I manually sync it, I also need to manually stop it or else it will run the sync forever and kill the battery.

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My gmail emails stopped syncing on HTC Desire HD. One thing I noticed under Settings / Appplications / Running Services I do not have the Gmail app as a running service. Can this be the problem?
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Default factory reset worked for me

i was getting like 10 popup errors whenever i turned the phone on--this just started happening after my phone ran out of battery power, and when i tried to charge/turn it on, everything from the gapps, process.com, sprint tv, sprint nfl, googlemaps etc all telling me to force close. my last resort to factory reset worked perfectly

but i'd advise to call your provider if you're going to factory reset b/c they may need to give you a new password/login to access their server/network
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Not sure about the other services other than GMail.... What I did was to go into the phone settings, manage applications, Choose GMail, clear the data. Go back and choose GMail Storage and choose to clear that data. Try to force a sync. Mine took a really long time, so I went into gmail, and it said email should appear shortly.... that also took forever. So I rebooted the phone and upon reboot it worked.

I think there are lock files at play, I just didn't feel like wasting the time to find it.

Hope this helps!

Im bumping an old thread, but this worked perfectly for me....thank you!
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Not sure about the other services other than GMail.... What I did was to go into the phone settings, manage applications, Choose GMail, clear the data. Go back and choose GMail Storage and choose to clear that data. Try to force a sync. Mine took a really long time, so I went into gmail, and it said email should appear shortly.... that also took forever. So I rebooted the phone and upon reboot it worked.

I think there are lock files at play, I just didn't feel like wasting the time to find it.

Hope this helps!
THIS DID IT. THANKS. Would like to know if it is a phone thing, or a Google issue...
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I had the same issue with none of my apps syncing on my HTC Desire - noticed I had the low space icon too. This really bugs me after splashing out for a 16gb memory card, which still has over 14gb free! (and yes all my apps are set to 'Move to SD Card' where available).

Unistalled a couple of apps and now things are syncing again.

I think the long term solution is to copy all my contacts and important data over to my PC, Take the HTC Desire, throw it in the bin and get a phone that can actually do what it says on the tin!

Rant over.

Oh, and thanks to Ian Mac for the solution !
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right, so i registered to come on here and reply that my not syncing issue was fixed by simply removing an app so i had more free space.
for anyone in the future that finds themselves here try that and by deleting the cache and clear data.
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right, so i registered to come on here and reply that my not syncing issue was fixed by simply removing an app so i had more free space.
for anyone in the future that finds themselves here try that and by deleting the cache and clear data.
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After trying many suggestions on this thread I took the advice and deleted my biggest app (Netflix at 22mbs) and it cleared up my low memory warning and allowed my gmail to sync.

Which leads me to another question...I'm not running that many apps (or so I thought) and when I check my memory (using the app DiskUsage) I'm told that under Applications of 820 MiBs of Data that 570 MiBs are free space and on my phone and sd card it appears that I have a ridiculous amount of space.

Sooo... how much data is allowed for apps before syncing gets blocked? And what can I do to max this out?

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I just got the following error message when trying to sync my google calendar on my Galaxy Tablet. The sync process had been working fine but stopped working just withing the past couple of days. Can anyone help?
/!\ Sorry! ----------------------- The process com.google.process.gapps has stopped unexpectedly. Please try again.
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Never mind on mine with the sync problems on my Samsung Galaxy. Its working again. I have no idea why it wasn't working.
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I've had a problem on my HTC Desire over the last 3 days where I couldn't log into to GTalk, and my Google Calendar wouldn't sync with my PC.
I'd also tried to send a couple of emails with gmail, and that hadn't worked either, although my normal non google mail was working perfectly.

I had had no low memory warnings although lately sometimes apps would not install unless I installed them one at a time.

Thinking it might be a low memory problem, even though I appeared to have 13 Mb free, I started deleting unwanted apps.

Suddenly, things started working again after a few deletions.

Therefore, it must have been caused by some sort of low memory log jam.
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Default Gmail sign-on problem Solved

I received the same sign-in error stating that I entered the wrong password. Here's what I did and it worked.....
log onto your gmail from your computer
click on the drop down arrow next to your name in the upper right-hand corner
click "Account Settings"
this should bring up your account and make sure "Account Overview" is highlighted
Go to "Authorized to applications and Web sites" and click modify
You will come to a sign in screen requesting your password. Enter your regular password to proceed.
On this page is a section titled "Application Specific Code"
You have to set up/generate a password for your Android Device.
Once you arrive on this page, the directions are pretty clear.
I have an HTC Desire HD and it worked for my phone.
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Angry Google gapps not working

So I realize I can not get into gmail on my phone, that it hasn't synced in days. I have had this phone, what , 3 years? I hate these phones and the companies. I really think they send things to your phone so you come in and buy a new one, a new plan, so I have had to reset my phone several times in the last 1 1/2. Trying to avoid that if possible. So I tried some of the suggestions below. I dumped data in gmail, gmail storage then gmail apps- which may have been a big mistake. I got excited because I have to sign in, figured it was fixed but nope - now it can not communicate with the google servers. what is that. A couple weeks ago voice mail stopped working. I can at least see the list now, last week I could not, but it will not play any messages. These companies have got you. SO frustrating. So anyway, just wanted to recommend NOT dumping the google app data. I will keep searching but I think I will have to factory reset before the weekend is over.
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