One of the major hiccups faced by regular Gmail users is the constant set of errors related to the syncing of the application. It is a regular occurrence for the application to start syncing to the account once an internet source is connected and then fail to finish it immediately. The syncing carries on for a long time, often in the background of other applications. Due to this tiring process, the battery charge of the device is often compromised and the internet pack is easily exhausted. This mostly happens in gadgets like smartphones and there are multiple ways to control and avoid such scenarios.
How to stop syncing mail in Gmail?
Step 1. Click on the Settings icon of the device and open it.
Step 2. From the drop-down menu, click on the Accounts and Backup option.
Step 3. From the options that appear, click on the Backup Data option under the Google Drive section.
Step 4. Click on the Google Account Data option.
Step 5. The Sync Account section opens.
Step 6. The Gmail option can be seen synced and click on it to disable or stop the syncing.
One of the easiest ways to stop syncing Gmail is to cut off the internet source for a while and reboot the phone.
Step 1. Pull down the notification area and turn off the mobile data or/and wi-fi source.
Step 2. Restart the device.
Step 3. Once the device is successfully restarted, turn the w-fi or/and mobile data on.
The syncing process must have stopped by now. If it still pertains, turn on the device’s data for a short while and turn it on again.
It is often observed that the low storage space in a device can cause the Gmail syncing process to be stuck for a while. So, it is always a worthy shot to try to make some space in the storage section of the device.
Step 1. Go to Settings of the device.
Step 2. Click on the Battery and Device Care option.
Step 3. The user can optimize the storage section by clicking on the Optimize Now option.
Step 4. Or else, click on the Storage option.
Step 5. Check the storage space available in the device and delete and clear enough space to smoothly carry out the syncing process of Gmail.
Clearing the data and cache related to Gmail from the device can also help handle the error regarding the syncing of Gmail. The user need not worry about losing any necessary data, as all the data from Gmail is stored in the cloud and they will all be made available to the device once the syncing is finished.
Step 1. Open the Settings of the device and click on the Apps option.
Step 2. Choose Gmail from the list of apps.
Step 3. Click on the Storage option from the ones that appear.
Step 4. Clear the data and cache of Gmail by clicking on the options available at the bottom of the page.