- It means that the phone is continuously syncing with the server (provided an internet connection) and deleting it from your inbox will not be enough to make sure it no longer shows up in your email.
- The first thing you can do about it is to delete the message from your inbox.
- Then go to Deleted/Trash folder and delete the message from there.
- It will never come back.
4 Reasons Deleted Emails Keep Coming Back on Android
Do you have that feeling that even after deleting and resetting your email account and phone, it still comes back? You’re not alone. This blog post will teach you four reasons why deleted emails keep coming back on Android and how to fix those pesky issues!
– A pop-up may have been set and you didn’t see it. This is the most likely reason given that the email will come back with a new subject and body and there’s no way to tell what triggered this action on your phone or tablet.
– The app might be syncing data and forgetting to update after deleting an individual contact like Gmail, Kakaotalk, etc. To fix this issue just go into Settings > Accounts and apps > (app) > Data sync and turn off Automatic synchronization for mail so if you delete an account from within the app, it won’t re-sync information in the future without manual intervention.
– If your device was previously synced with iCloud before switching off of iMessage and switching to a non-Apple device and you’re still receiving and sending emails on the old iCloud account, then deleted email will be synced with your new device. One way to fix this is by logging into your previous iCloud account and clicking ‘delete’ for all mail in order to stop it from re-syncing after deleting an individual contact.
– If you’re using a work email and the company’s account is set to sync automatically, deleted emails will be synced and reappear. To fix this issue go into Settings > Accounts and apps > (app) and turn off Data synchronization for mail to stop it from re-syncing after deleting an individual contact.
– Sometimes when someone deletes their spammers or junk folder and then restores that same Gmail tab afterward new spam messages are downloaded from Google servers onto your devices’ inbox even if they were previously gone. The only way to solve this would be by turning off data synchronization for all of your accounts on the device as well as clearing out any caches in order to prevent old information being replicated and stored again.”
Deleted emails reappearing sounds like a problem with Inbox. Move all wanted emails out of your inbox and put them in a suitably named folder for storage so that they disappear from the screen altogether. Delete anything you do not want to store or keep on your phone, but be aware this only works temporarily before it starts appearing again every time the Inbox is refreshed.
Open the Settings app and go to Mail.
Touch the Menu button, then choose Inbox line, then touch delete email from the server. You can do this for all accounts or just one account at a time.
If you want to have POP3 stop from downloading emails, select ‘delete messages at next sync’ and it will delete before it downloads. You can also take this setting back by changing this setting in ‘Settings > Mail’ in Google Mail or Yahoo! Mail.
To delete your Uplive account, please follow these instructions:
Open the Uplive app and sign in using your account details.
Tap on the three lines in the top left corner of the main screen.
Scroll down and select “Settings”.
Tap on “Delete Account”.
Enter your password and tap on “Delete Account” again.
The back button on Android Chrome is located in the upper-left corner of the app.
The back button on the Android toolbar is not a default button. You need to add it to your toolbar. To do this, open your toolbar and long-press on an empty space. Then, select “Add to Toolbar.” From the menu that pops up, select “Back.
If the back button on your Android is not working, you can try to fix it by following these steps:
Go to the Settings menu.
Select Manage Applications.
Select the All tab.
Scroll down and select the Back Button application.
Press the Clear Data button.
Press the Clear Cache button.
Restart your phone.
To go back on Google Chrome, you can either use the back button on your browser or press the Alt + Left arrow.
To change your back icon, open the Settings app and go to the “Personal” section. Tap on “Backup & reset” and then tap on “Change backup account.” You’ll be able to select a new back icon from the list of available icons.
If your Samsung screen has a physical home button, you can long-press it to activate the back button. If your Samsung screen doesn’t have a physical home button, you can swipe from the left edge of the screen to activate the back button.