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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Jeffruby, Nov 13, 2009.

  1. Jeffruby

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    ok...this is just too odd....i only have a gmail account on my droid. and i have sync enabled at all times. however i find that sometimes i need to send an email to "wake up" the application and receive emails from hours before.

    what in hell is causing this.

    sometimes...no email/no emails/no emails....go on browsers...boom 5 emails come in.

    thought gmail was push
     

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    @jeffruby i am having the exact same issue with my Droid, have you found a solution ?
     
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    are you using any of the task killer apps?

    If you kill the wrong things sometimes the email app stops picking up untill you manually kick it.
     
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    Yup. Deleted task killer. Email push now
     
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    Is this just today you have been experiencing this? It seems GMAIL overall is a bit slow as I just received an email that was sent 9 hours ago (on the website, not the phone).

    Have had a bunch of messages come in at once as well. Others are coming in immediately. Not sure it's a Droid problem as much as a GMAIL problem at the moment.

    EDIT: I guess this didn't apply to you :)
     

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