GMail and GTalk?


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  1. frishmans92

    frishmans92 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Well, when I turn my phone on I noticed Gtalk always begins to run in the background. When it does my Gmail account downloads my emails properly.

    However when I turn Gtalk off, suddenly Gmail doesn't work? Any correlation? What can I do to make Gmail work all the time? It's so hit or miss.
     

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  2. frishmans92

    frishmans92 Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anyone? Bah :/
     
  3. Dragoro

    Dragoro Well-Known Member

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    Im guessing you might have to keep talk running. Just a guess though.
     
  4. rawness

    rawness Well-Known Member

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    I don't know, but why are you turning GTalk off?
     
  5. esocid

    esocid Well-Known Member

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    There are dependencies for functions, which require a couple of processes to run. You'll notice, if you did it, when you kill a certain process, others die with it, and are all subsequently run again. Google Talk Storage and Gmail Storage I believe are two which rely on each other. Only kill a process (don't read app) if you are sure you won't be using it, because it will most likely start up again, or prevent something else from working.
     
  6. boogerdroid

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    does gchat drain your battery? I have it, with gmail of course... was just wondering?

    Thanks
     
  7. patrick3002

    patrick3002 Active Member

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    Go to settings>>about phone>>battery use to see whats draining your battery.
     

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