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By wahur1, Senior Member on 2nd May 2017, 01:43 PM
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I have switched from Nexus 5 to Pixel. Since i have switched to pixel i've been getting delayed notifications on gmail. email aren't pushed anymore as i use to get on my nexus 5. So far i have removed my gmail account and re-added it but still same. i have excluded gmail app from battery optimization but still same. i cannot keep on looking on emails. is there anyway to fix this issue ? please help.
2nd May 2017, 04:23 PM |#2  
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I've not seen this issue. I get a lot of email with multiple gmail accounts using the gmail standard app. Stock unrooted. I don't use battery optimization though ever.

If you are using a non-stock setup, you might check with the rom builder to see if this is an issue with that setup.
2nd May 2017, 04:29 PM |#3  
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Very common, I see it from time to time. There are several bug reports on Google about it. No known fix.
2nd May 2017, 06:36 PM |#4  
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I have switched from Nexus 5 to Pixel. Since i have switched to pixel i've been getting delayed notifications on gmail. email aren't pushed anymore as i use to get on my nexus 5. So far i have removed my gmail account and re-added it but still same. i have excluded gmail app from battery optimization but still same. i cannot keep on looking on emails. is there anyway to fix this issue ? please help.

Start on the notifications tab under settings. Go to Gmail and start drilling down thru the menus. You might find something unchecked or not synched. Are you stock?

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3rd May 2017, 01:09 AM |#5  
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Start on the notifications tab under settings. Go to Gmail and start drilling down thru the menus. You might find something unchecked or not synched. Are you stock?
i've already seen everything can't find anything.
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Very common, I see it from time to time. There are several bug reports on Google about it. No known fix.

u facing same issue ?
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I've not seen this issue. I get a lot of email with multiple gmail accounts using the gmail standard app. Stock unrooted. I don't use battery optimization though ever.

If you are using a non-stock setup, you might check with the rom builder to see if this is an issue with that setup.

im completely stock too. no root nothing. using the phone out of the box.
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3rd May 2017, 01:16 AM |#6  
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u facing same issue ?

Yep, but it is random and not too bad.
3rd May 2017, 02:31 AM |#7  
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Yep, but it is random and not too bad.

for me its not random... if im using the phone i do get notifications instantly. if i keep the phone down i dont see any email notification
3rd May 2017, 04:18 AM |#8  
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for me its not random... if im using the phone i do get notifications instantly. if i keep the phone down i dont see any email notification

You gotta be missing something. Maybe wifi goes off when the phone is down or something? Have you tried it on LTE only and do you get notifications on other network related apps like news alerts? Messages don't count unless you're using Signal or WhatsApp which I believe rely on network connectivity more so than simple SMS. This is not a usual circumstance because if it was then everyone would have been reporting it long ago. You just gotta keep looking until you find the culprit.
3rd May 2017, 01:32 PM |#9  
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You gotta be missing something. Maybe wifi goes off when the phone is down or something? Have you tried it on LTE only and do you get notifications on other network related apps like news alerts? Messages don't count unless you're using Signal or WhatsApp which I believe rely on network connectivity more so than simple SMS. This is not a usual circumstance because if it was then everyone would have been reporting it long ago. You just gotta keep looking until you find the culprit.

im getting all other notifications timely. whatsapp, messengers, facebook e.t.c. only issue is with gmail. i have tried all the settings but the problem persist for no reason.
3rd May 2017, 02:56 PM |#10  
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Just figured out what's really happening. Only getting notifications from primary inbox and not from other inboxes such as updates, forums, promotions e.t.c.

Even though in settings I have "tick" notify for every message but still no sound or notification.

I have cleared so for data/cache uninstalled Gmail app but same thing every time.
4th May 2017, 03:12 PM |#11  
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Finally found the solution to it. After digging into menu and settings and found that by default sub-folder (such as updates, forums, promotions) emails notifications are disabled. i had to manually enable it under "Manage Labels" tab to turn on the notification sound. Now its working as it use to be.
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