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I was having some problems with androids built in a2sd feature. Formatting and running a disk check seems to have fixed it.

This morning, I noticed my emails weren't getting marked read and emails weren't going out. I cleared data and cache in the gmail app. It marks emails as read but still won't send. I did a nandroid backup, still same problem. I installed fresh still had the problem...data wiped the app but no luck. Anything else I can try? I'm on myns warm two point two.

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I was having some problems with androids built in a2sd feature. Formatting and running a disk check seems to have fixed it.

This morning, I noticed my emails weren't getting marked read and emails weren't going out. I cleared data and cache in the gmail app. It marks emails as read but still won't send. I did a nandroid backup, still same problem. I installed fresh still had the problem...data wiped the app but no luck. Anything else I can try? I'm on myns warm two point two.

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Had this issue a week ago; It was due to Gmail.apk residing in both /system/app and on my EXT3 partition (both were different versions)
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i had this problem. i fan a fix permissions through rom manager. that didn't fix it (although it's a good idea to do it once in awhile) I went to settings > applications > manage applications > Gmail and I clicked Clear Data. started gmail back up, it had to re-log into gmail which only took a couple seconds. the email I was trying to send was no longer trying to send. I re-typed it, hit send and voila! it sent.

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I think it did have to do with 2 versions of gmail installing on the phone. That or there's something in my titanium backup that a2sd doesn't like. I just restored a few apps, no data, and that seems to have fixed it.

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i had this problem. i fan a fix permissions through rom manager. that didn't fix it (although it's a good idea to do it once in awhile) I went to settings > applications > manage applications > Gmail and I clicked Clear Data. started gmail back up, it had to re-log into gmail which only took a couple seconds. the email I was trying to send was no longer trying to send. I re-typed it, hit send and voila! it sent.

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Had the same problem, clearing the data and re-signing in helped for me, too.
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