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Why does my Google account show my same phone 4 or 5 times as a different device that has access to my account and won't let me delete them

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It shows it multiple times because you signed in to that account on another device with a different ip address and it didn't recognize you log out. Log out of everything and then log back in what you want.

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SOURCE: i can't open up my g1 android phone. how could i

this happend to me too, except it happend when i put the wrong lock patter in too many times. the reason it wont access ur google account is probably becuase u either dont have internet or no wifi where u are at. so go to a place where they have wifi and try there. or call tmobile tell them u forgot ur password and dot have internet and see if they can help

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SOURCE: i can't open up my g1 android phone. how could i

i put my password to much wrong my phone lock

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or you can make google account, go to www.google.com then click gmail then sign up g mail account, after you finish sign up process you automaticly has google account

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Have you reported the problem to your network provider

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How do I delete an old google account from my mobile phone it is blocking me from my new google account


Deleting your Google Account affects all data associated with that account and any services you use, like Gmail, Google Play, or YouTube.
You can delete your Google Account at any time, but you may not be able to restore it. You can also remove your account from a Pixel phone, Nexus device, or other Android devices without deleting your account.
Step 1: What happens when you delete your account
Once you delete your Google Account, you'll no longer be able to use the following:
Services you have to sign in to, like Gmail, Drive, and Calendar.
Data associated with your account, including emails, photos, and records of transactions.
Subscriptions and content you purchased on YouTube, like movies and TV shows.
Content you bought on Google Play, like apps, movies, games, or music.
Information you saved in Chrome.
Your Gmail username. After you delete your username, it can't be used again by you or anyone else.
If you use an Android device
If you use a Chromebook
Step 2: Update and download your info
When you delete your account, you won't have access to your data. Before deleting your account:
Review the info associated with your account on the Google Dashboard.
Update your info for services that use your Gmail address during sign in.
Update your password recovery info.
Learn how to download your data.
Step 3: Delete your Google Account
Sign in to "My Account". If you forgot your password, you can reset it.
Under "Account preferences," select Delete your account or services.
Choose a service to delete or select Delete Google Account and data.
Review what you're deleting and follow the instructions.
Choose Delete. If you accidentally deleted your account, learn how to restore your account.
If you can't follow these steps, your account might have been created by your organization or company. For help, contact your admin.

Jul 22, 2017 | Google Computers & Internet

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Nothing goes into my all mail file


Could be a filter directing virtually all mail to another folder. While I would be tempted to say a google algorithm is deciding where to put your mail, another filter may be in place. Alternatively, here is something about Outlook mail leaving an empty folder: http://www.fixkb.com/2013/04/outlook-not-showing-emails-we-didnt-find-anything-to-show-here-but-the-folder-states-there-are-unread-emails.html

Look in Settings->Filters and Settings->Forwarding. Is there anything defined?
Do you access your account with an e-mail client (Outlook, Thunderbird, Pocomail, etc), phone, notifier, or any other add-on/tool/web-site/etc? Is anything enabled in Settings->POP/IMAP?
Check Settings -> Accounts -> Change Account Settings -> Other Google account settings -> Security -> Account Permissions. Have you given account access to any other web-sites or utilities?
Also, check the Details link below the Inbox (lower/right). What are all the types of account access listed there? (Quoted from Google groups.)

Access Gmail using a different browser, and send a few test messages. Where are they showing up?

Consider when this problem cropped up. Did you use a different device like a phone where some new app was applied to your mail?

I hope this helps.

Jun 14, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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Everything on my phone was deleted, Is there any way I could get it all back?


Well, you have an Android phone, so some of your contacts may be stored on the SIM card, and/or the majority of your contacts should be saved in your Google email account that you set up your phone with.

Use this interactive tutorial to guide you on your phone:
http://tracfone.deviceanywhere.com/straighttalk/home.seam?custId=STSAS738C

..on the above website: Click on "Getting Started," then in the drop down list select "Add a Google Account" ..after you re-insert the existing Gmail account you set up with this phone before (not a new Gmail account) then the contacts that were saved inside that email will sync to the phone and repopulate the phone.

..it's possible that after some time after syncing your Google account to the phone that some of your data that was lost will be restored to your device if it was automatically backed up by Google into that email account. However, there is also a possibility that you may have lost all that information in the crash or reset.

Your Samsung Galaxy Centura S738C phone has an external memory card slot for a upto 32 GB microSD card. You may want to take pictures on your device and have the camera automatically save the photos to the microSD card. Any data you want to keep, you might want to back it up on the card and frequently move it off the card onto a computer or saved elsewhere. (MicroSD cards are fragile and can crash too. Nothing is indestructible, but better safe then sorry)

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My Google play services has been down 4 about 3 weeks now & I can't get into my gmail, Google play services, you tube, Google music, inbox, etc., etc. What do I do???????


Google Email: Can't log in or access anything Google:

Hello. Yes, once you log into your Google Account, you will have access to all things Google. Without that account login you will not be able to access anything Google related except Google Internet Search.

As a temporary fix, so that you have access to Google Services, create a new Google account..
Settings>General>Accounts>Add Account>Google

  • so, think of another name you can create the new Google account to be.. I would pick your last name first then first name and a number (eg: LastFirst87@Gmail.com)
  • i would use the same password or a password you can easily remember for the time being so that you don't get mixed up/confused

  • then use this new Gmail account to temporarily get Google services back. it won't be your original account with all your data, but at least it allows you access NOW to whatever you need it for (like to access Google Play Store so that you can install an application to use on your smartphone)
  • on a piece of paper or in a notepad app on your phone, write down your new Temporary use Gmail account name and password, so that you don't forget and so you can login again if need to. (We will log out when we try to fix your original account)

  • when you find time we can try to get back into your old account so that you can access your emails, phone contacts, etc that's stored in your original Gmail account

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(note: depending on the device used, manufacturer, Android software firmware version#, and cellular service provider.. the settings menu system may look a little different. Keep this in mind when following instructional tutorials of a different device then yours)

Procedure to:
GET BACK INTO YOUR ORIGINAL GMAIL ACCOUNT:

Open your internet browser:
If you forgot your password, you can reset it, go here:

Having trouble signing in
(to reset password, OR to get a hint to remember username)
(if need to, you can use your new alternate temporary Gmail account to have Google contact you)

or, you can use this Google Access Troubleshooting form:
can access my account
(it looks like the image below)

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** After you reset your password, then Go back to your phone settings:
Settings>General>Accounts>Google..
Click on your original account name (not your new temp account) and enter your new password you reset to for your old account

*** You should be able to get back into your original account.. If YES!

..then we need to remove the temp account, so that we don't get confused and everything is back to normal.

(you can keep this info for your temp account login somewhere in case you need it again if want. or, use it as a dummy email for telemarketers, people who want your contact but you don't want to talk to, etc)

Go back to:
Settings>General>Accounts>Google
tap on your temporary Gmail account name/address

Tap on the 3 dots (upper right corner):
Select "Remove account"

then you are done
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Oct 30, 2015 | Google Computers & Internet

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I pressed too many patterns now what i have to do now


If you forget your pattern
  1. you will after 3 faulty attempts be unable to use the pattern to unlock it.
  2. Instead you are asked for your Google account and password (that is setup with the phone of course). This is where the problem starts.
For many, many users providing the username and password won't change a thing. For some people changing the password via a computer has worked but that is uncommon. Most people ends up with a very expensive paperweight. Have no fear, there are solutions to almost everything
1. Completely power off and power on your phone.
2. Right after you pass and just before the Verizon Wireless logo video ends, immediately tap on the home button extremely fast and repeatedly (at least 4-5 times per second). If the Emergency Call button pops up, click that every now and then (3-5 times) but keep tapping on the home button. During this process your phone may flash the password screen or keypad screen just a few times and your phone will seem to be lagging due to the tapping.
3. Keep tapping until you see your Android home buttons stay steady at the bottom. Voila, you're in your phone! If the emergency keypad constantly shows up or if it shows the Google account screen constantly, you have failed. The success rate can be around 15-50% so keep trying until it works. (You may want to grab a young phone-savvy guy or girl to do it if your fingers are too slow)
4. Find and run the Settings App and go to Accounts & Sync.
5. Under Manage Accounts, remove all accounts except your Google account.
6. Press your power button off and on and enter your correct Google account information.
7. It will ask for a new security pattern. Enter it twice and you are done!
This solution worked for me. If it does for you, please leave a comment with your carrier and phone model to let others know that it worked!
[METHOD 2]
I recommend the tapping method first but if that doesn't work or you don't have a home button, here is a different method to try pretty much based on the same concept. (again, will depend on app compatibility and may not work for all phones)
This method uses a free app called Screen Lock Bypass. (thanks to Michele for introducing this, [UPDATE: free version has been pulled off, only paid full version available which may or may not work on your phone. Try METHOD 3 first!]) Please use this at your own risk as I cannot be responsible for any of the results caused from using this app. Basically, you'll be using this app to bypass the screen lock and delete the other accounts blocking your Google username/password to accept.
1. Go to the Android Market download page on your desktop and install the app. (Yes, you are able to install apps using your desktop instead of your phone) Direct link:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.thomascannon.screenlockbypass.fix (note: You need to login to the Android Market using your Google username and password that you used when you first set up your phone. This is the username and password that "should have" unlocked your phone in the first place.)
2. Select the phone you have (this is why you need to login with the right Google ID) and install the app. Wait about 5 minutes or restart your phone and wait a good amount of time for the app to fully install.
3. On the app instructions, it says to install any other app to trigger the Screen Lock Bypass app. I did not do this but for me, restarting the phone, waiting, soft off and on seemed to trigger it. (may have been triggered by a message though, this is the part where it unexpectedly blanked and disabled my screen for a good while.)
4. If it worked and bypassed the "too many pattern attempts" screen, go to phone Settings and then select Accounts & Sync.
5. Under Manage Accounts, remove all accounts except your Google account. (this should enable your Google username and password)
6. Go to Settings and select Applications, then Manage Applications.
7. Find Screen Lock Bypass and uninstall the app. (this will trigger the "too many pattern attempts" screen immediately)
8. Use your original Google username and password to finally unlock your phone properly.
9. Enter your new security pattern twice to finish!
If Method 2 worked for you, please leave your comments with your phone make and model to let us know!
[Method 3]
This was suggested by commenter Guru and has potential to work with all phones as it was claimed to work with the Galaxy S2.
Pre Condition: You remember the pattern and you remember your Google password and Android account is listed while using instructions below. Data services (Wi-Fi or mobile) should be enabled.
1. Using your computer, log into your Google account. You can verify your correct Google account using the Additional Tip at the bottom of this article.
2. Go to this link directly - https://accounts.google.com/IssuedAuthSubTokens OR click your Google e-mail on the top right corner, select Account settings, then hit "Visit the previous version of the Google accounts screen" towards the bottom, click "Authorizing applications & sites " under your Personal Settings > Security.
3. Under "Connected Sites, Apps & Services - "Revoke Access" of your Google Account with Android. You will see the screen showing "You have successfully revoked access to Full Account Access"
[Alternate for step 3 - If you have already signed up for 2-Step Authorization previously and are able to generate a new application-specific password at the bottom, go ahead and generate a new password and use that password to unlock your device]
4. Enter Gmail login and password on your phone. It will now accept your login details and will show a pattern screen. Enter the "correct" pattern and you can see the home screen.
Again, if this works for you, let us know!
Good Luck!

Feb 09, 2015 | Cell Phones

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How to unlock tablet that has a forgotten pattern on it


if you have a google account, you can do this option

  1. When you try different patterns and unable to unlock your phone in five attempts. Then a message pop-up and shows two buttons "next" and "try again".
  2. Now click on "next" button and you see two options for unlocking phone. One is answer the security question and the second option is to provide Google account details.
  3. Mostly people don't set a security question. But if you set it then simply answer the question and unlock your device quickly. Otherwise check the Google account option and click "next".
  4. Now provide your Google account username and password attached with your device and click on "sign in".
  5. After that you are directed to choose new pattern and now you can unlock with this pattern.
if you don't have your google account, you can do the recovery option, but you will lose all your data in there

  1. Power off your phone.
  2. Now press Volume up, power and home button at the same time and wait until your device starts.
  3. When you see logo screen release the power button and keep pressed the other two buttons.
  4. Now your screen shows android system recovery and there is a list. Use Volume up or down keys to select option from the list. And select factory reset option and then press power button to let the action begin.
  5. Now it asks you for confirmation, select "yes".
  6. After factory reset completes, it again shows you android system recovery screen. Now select reboot option and after restart it will not ask you for pattern.

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How to delete gmail account


If you decide that you don't need your Gmail address anymore, here's how you can remove Gmail from your Google Account:
  • Sign in to your account at accounts.google.com.
  • At the top, click Data tools.
  • In the Data Tools box, click Delete products.
  • Click Remove Gmail permanently.

Sep 04, 2014 | gmail.com

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I have a virgin moble lg vm670 smart phone i forgot the screen lock patern and the gmail sing in recovery is not working . can someone help.


Try this:

Use your Google account for unlocking

  1. When you try different patterns and unable to unlock your phone in five attempts. Then a message pop-up and shows two buttons "next" and "try again".
  2. Now click on "next" button and you see two options for unlocking phone. One is answer the security question and the second option is to provide Google account details.
  3. Mostly people don't set a security question. But if you set it then simply answer the question and unlock your device quickly. Otherwise check the Google account option and click "next".
  4. Now provide your Google account username and password attached with your device and click on "sign in".
  5. After that you are directed to choose new pattern and now you can unlock with this pattern.

Unlock pattern without Google account

If you also forget Google account details then what? Here we have solution for this and that is factory reset your android device. Lets talk about how to do it.
  1. Power off your phone.
  2. Now press Volume up, power and home button at the same time and wait until your device starts.
  3. When you see logo screen release the power button and keep pressed the other two buttons.
  4. Now your screen shows android system recovery and there is a list. Use Volume up or down keys to select option from the list. And select factory reset option and then press power button to let the action begin.
  5. Now it asks you for confirmation, select "yes".
  6. After factory reset completes, it again shows you android system recovery screen. Now select reboot option and after restart it will not ask you for pattern.
Source: http://howhut.com/how-to-unlock-android-phone-or-tablet/

Jun 01, 2014 | Cell Phones

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o cancel a Gmail account and delete the associated Gmail address:
  • Go to Google Account Settings.
  • Open the Products page.
  • Click Edit under Your products.
  • Click Remove Gmail permanently under Delete a Product.
    • You can also choose Close account and delete all services and info associated with it to remove your entire Google account (including your search history, Google Docs, iGoogle page, AdWords and AdSense as well as other Google services).
  • Make sure Yes, I want to permanently delete example@gmail.com and remove it from my Google account. is checked.
  • Enter an email address different from the address associated with the account you are closing under New primary email address.
    • Gmail may already have entered the secondary address you used when creating the Gmail account.
    • The alternative email address becomes your new Google account user name.
    • Make sure you enter an email address to which you have access. You need that access to complete deleting your Gmail account.
  • Enter your Gmail password under Current password.
  • Click REMOVE GMAIL.
  • Open the "Gmail Removal Confirmation" email from "accounts-noreply@google.com" at the email address you specified as your new.
  • Follow the deletion link in it.
  • Type your Gmail password under Password:.
  • Click Verify.
    • Keep in mind that you cannot undo this step.

Nov 07, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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How to delete one google account


To delete one Google Account off your phone, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings (you can do this by tapping the Settings icon in your App Drawer, or by pressing the menu key on your home screen and tapping Settings)
- Tap "Accounts & sync"
- Under "Manage Accounts" tap the Google account that you want to remove
- Tap the "Remove Account" button at the bottom of the screen

This will completely remove the account from your device, so you will lose any contacts, e-mails, photos and calendar entries associated with the account. Also, if it is the primary Google Account on the device, you may lose access to paid apps you bought with that account.

If this helped you, help me with a few thumbs up!

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