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Why wont my incoming emails show on my screen

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    Outback Jack Apr 02, 2015

    Hi Joyce Partington,
    Would suggest adding further details to allow an informed diagnosis. Model, Email Program. Try a full Reset.

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Have you allowed it through your settings? This could possibly be why. The link I am providing below is has a lot of questions and answers that may or may not help

https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/Device/Samsung%20Galaxy%20Tab

This one may also help, there is two options you can go with
1) Help and trouble shooting, once you click on it, it will ask you what product and take you to a place where the most common stuff is
2) or you can contact live support which would probably be the fastest

Hope this helped a bit


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