There have been many instances wherein Samsung Galaxy S3 users receive their emails very late. Some complain about getting them in a couple of days or even weeks after being sent. So, if you happened to be one of the people who are experiencing this particular problem, this article will help you explore the possible sources of your problem as well as the solutions that you can apply.
Possible Causes of the Galaxy S3 Delayed Emails
There are many factors that can cause this error to the Galaxy S3. The probable causes of the problem are disabled sync feature, incorrect settings, poor network, app or system-related issues.
Possible Solutions to the Delayed Emails of the Galaxy S3
Here are the solutions that might work for you:
1. Before anything else, try to restart your phone. Usually, this trick can work on any minor glitch in the app or the system of the device.
2. If the first solution does not work, try to toggle your Sync feature off and on in the Notification bar. Another way to do this is by going to Settings followed by Accounts and then Sync.
3. You can put your Galaxy S3 to auto sync as well. You can accomplish this by going to Settings and Data Usage. From there, press the Menu button and enable Auto Sync Data. According to some people in the Phandroid and StackExchange threads who used to experience delayed emails in their Galaxy S3, this helped fix their problem.
3. Then, it could be that your cache is just full. If this is the case, just clear your cache. You can reset your app preferences too. However, the latter will bring back the default settings of your phone apps.
4. Contact your carrier or Internet provider and ask whether there is a problem with the network in your area.
5. Try disabling the apps that you have installed before you noticed the problem. Next, use another device with a different email account to send a message. If the email comes in right away, one of the apps you just disabled might be causing the trouble. You can either keep the problematic app disabled or uninstall it completely to eliminate the problem.
6. If all else fails, back up your data and perform a Factory Reset.
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