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It's actually quite simple. Just download the app entitled Contacts Sync from the App Store. With this app, you'll be able to quickly & easily transfer iCloud contacts to Google, and vice Versa. I downloaded several thousand in about 8 mins. Good Luck!


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This option: -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars -> Select your Gmail account -> Tap the Delete Account button. Was not available on my device. I found that the account had only been setup through the Gmail app. If that is the case, open up the Gmail app and go to "Manage Settings". Long press on the account you would like to remove and it will give you the ...


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To make "share by email" buttons on your Mac (system-wide!) open up in Gmail—instead of the Mail app—follow these instructions: -Download and install Google Chrome, if it's not on your Mac already. -Open the Mail app--yes, the stock Mail app. -Press "Mail" on the menu-bar, in the top-left of your screen, and hit Preferences. -Make sure you're in the ...


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You can check Mailbox Behaviors in your Gmail account setting (under Accounts) and check Store deleted messages on the server. This will make your messages still available in other clients even if you delete them in the Mac where you have this setting. Reference: Mail (El Capitan): Mailbox Behaviors preferences


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That is somewhat incorrect. Pinch Zoom works on some emails, not others. It is mostly inconsistent. (And yes, I'm using Gmail App 4.4 on IOS 9.2.3 beta) Most of the time, pinch zoom does nothing. On some Emails it does zoom the text.


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If I'm correct, using incognito mode means it doesn't save cookies or other caching method to keep you signed in on your device.


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Found the solution. At the top of the little "pop down" window that shows your files to attach, I had to click on the drop down box (where it currently shows "Documents") to choose a different directory:


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The best method I found was to purchase and use iExplorer. I backed up the phone and then exported as vCards and calendar files to the attached computer. Then I imported them into google calendar and contacts for them (they were moving to Android).


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A great way to do it is via a new third-party webapp ('ShuttleCloud') officially integrated now in Google Contacts. Step 1: Go to https://contacts.google.com Step 2: Under the side menu on the left go to 'More' then 'Import'. Select 'Other email provider' (where Apple is mentioned) and input your Apple iCloud address (you had to choose an @icloud.com ...


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For my iPod touch, I went into the account settings and switched off my gmail notes. Then, I went back in and switched it on again. Notes are synching again now. Make sure you save any important notes that you have before doing this (cut and paste into an email draft?), because I just lost the last two months of notes that I had in there.


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If it is an IMAP account (don't know if GMAIL accepts POP3) I'm afraid the Time Machine is useless because those mails were not in the local storage - your HDD or SDD, so there is no way Time Machine keep it in backup files. This emails was in a remote Google server and you will have to try their recovery tools. Usually, the server will keep the deleted ...



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