I was having a problem where events I add on my Android phone would sync to Google, but events added on Google Calendar would not sync to my phone. I searched Google Help, and a wider internet search on Google, but there were pages and pages of people having the opposite problem; their phone would get new events input on the web, but new events on the phone weren’t syncing. Synchronizing is a major part of the Google-Android system, but there seemed to be nothing from Google about these problems.
Anyway, I found the answer to my problem. On the Android phone, go to the Home Screen, Menu, Settings, Applications, Manage Applications, Calendar Storage. Then select Clear Cache.
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A rare post from me. I don’t plan to post much for at least four months, but this one might help others.
I own a HTC Wildfire, an Android phone. I added my Google account to it and it all synchronised well. Although there is an option to add another account, after the entering the details it would say “Signing in”, and:
“Your phone is communicating with Google servers and setting up your account. This may take up to five minutes.”
Well, it would rarely get to five minutes before reporting:
“Can’t establish a reliable data connection to the server. This could be a temporary problem or your SIM card may not be provisioned for data services. If it continues, call Customer Care.”
I finally found a solution:
Go to the phone’s YouTube app
If you have an account, sign in. If not, create an account using your Google username and password.
That’s it! The phone now has the new account. You will probably want to go to settings, Syncing and Accounts, and set it to sync automatically. You’ll then get your second or subsequent gMail accounts in the gMail app.
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