When you are experiencing the slow or Gmail is not loading or working on your device on iPhhone by using Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, there might be the number of the facts that can cause delays in the web interface. This might be the problem indeed with the internet not for the Gmail account. So it would be fine when we will go to the internet browser to fix asap.
Gmail Not Loading or Working on Google Chrome
Here we go to fix when Gmail is not loading on chrome:
1. Start on your laptop device beforehand, and then launch the Google Chrome internet browser.
2. You can try to sign in your Gmail account using your browser's incognito browsing mode.
3. If you made it and opened your Gmail account but in the real browser it is not working and loading.
4. Go to the internet history and press the cache and cookies file to clear; you can also delete the history browser that fixes common issues.
5. Restart the laptop and then try to sign in your Gmail account on the real Google Chrome browser.
Hopefully, your problem would have been resolved now.
Gmail Not Loading or Responding on Mozilla Firefox Browser
Here we go to fix when Gmail is not loading in Firefox on your laptop device:
1. First of all, open your laptop, launch Mozilla Firefox internet browser.
2. Try to sign your Gmail account with the correct email address and password.
3. If your Gmail account is not loading and working slow, press the settings.
4. Now you need to delete cache and crash file and then close your tab, extensions, and apps.
5. Press the restart button on your computer and then go to the start to figure out the malware.
6. You can try opening the page in another browser to sign in Gmail account.
7. If your Gmail account is working fine and loading fastly, press the close button for the settings finally.
Now you can use your Gmail account on your Mozilla Firefox internet browser for all the time.
How To Fix Gmail Not Working or Opening On Your iPhone Or iPad
If you know you’re entering your Gmail password correctly and you still can’t get your mail, here’s what to do:
Step 1: Visit The Gmail Website And Check For Alerts:
1. We need to visit the Gmail website to get a better idea of what’s going on, because the Mail app on your iPhone or iPad can’t give you any details about why you can’t sign in. Use a computer if you can (it’s easier to navigate the Gmail website with a larger screen), but this process will work on iPhone and iPad too.
2. Open Safari, Chrome, or another internet browser, go to gmail.com, and enter your email address and password.
3. If you’re using an iPhone, you may see a popup that asks you to download an app—but now’s not the time. Tap the tiny “mobile Gmail site” link at the bottom of the screen.
4. After you log in, look for an alert box or email in your inbox that says something like, “Someone has your password” or “We blocked a sign-in attempt.” If you a box or email like that, click on the link inside called “Review Your Devices Now”, “That Was Me”, or similar—the exact language changes often.
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Step 2: Review Your Recent Devices On Google’s Website
1. Even if you didn’t get an email about a blocked sign-in attempt, it’s a good idea to visit the section called Device activity & notifications on Google’s My Account website.
2. You’ll be able to see all of the recent devices that have tried to sign into your account, and unblock the ones that were you. (Hopefully, they’re all you!)
3. After you tell Google that it was indeed you who tried to sign in to your account, your email should begin to load on your iPhone or iPad. If it doesn’t, read on.
Step 3: Do The CAPTCHA Reset
1. Gmail has a little-known fix called a CAPTCHA reset that momentarily unlocks some of Google’s security features to allow new devices to connect to Gmail.
2. I learned about it when I worked at the Apple Store, and I don’t know how anyone could know it exists without the benefit of really nerdy friends. I’m happy to be able to share it with you.
3. Allow access to your Google account
4. To do the CAPTCHA reset, visit Google’s CAPTCHA reset page and log in with your username and password. Next, try signing into your Gmail account on your iPhone or iPad. This time, the sign-in attempt should work, and Google will remember your device so you shouldn’t run into problems moving forward.
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Step 4: Make Sure IMAP Is Enabled
1. Another reason why Gmail may not be working on your iPhone or iPad is that IMAP (the technology Gmail uses to deliver mail to your device) may be disabled in Gmail’s settings. If IMAP is turned off on Gmail.com, you won’t be able to get your email from the server.
2. To learn how to turn on IMAP for Gmail, check out my short article called How Do I Enable IMAP for Gmail On iPhone, iPad, & Computer?, and then come back here to finish up.
3. The process is a little tricky, especially on iPhone, so I made a step-by-step guide with pictures to help.
Step 5: Remove Your Gmail Account From Your iPhone And Set It Up Again
1. If you’re able to login on Gmail.com without any problems, you verified that your device isn’t being blocked in device activity and notifications, you’ve done the CAPTCHA reset, and you’re sure that IMAP is enabled, it’s time to try the modern version of the “unplug it and plug it back in” solution:
2. Remove your Gmail account from your iPhone entirely and then set it up again.
3. In most cases, all of a person’s email is stored on the Gmail servers. That means that when you remove your Gmail account from your iPhone, you’re not deleting anything from the server itself, and when you set up your account again, all of your email, contacts, and notes will come right back.
The Point To Be Remember
The reason I mention this is that some people may be using an older type of mail delivery system called POP (which has largely been replaced by IMAP). Sometimes, POP accounts delete email on the server after it is downloaded to the device. Here’s my advice:
1. Just to be safe, log into gmail.com before you delete your Gmail account from your iPhone and make sure all of your email is there. If you see the mail on the web interface, it’s on the server.
2. If you don’t see your mail on gmail.com, I recommend you skip this step for now. 99% of people reading this will see their email can take this step safely.
How To Remove Your Gmail Account From Your iPhone or iPad
Delete Gmail Account From iPhoneTo remove your Gmail account from your iPhone or iPad, go to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars, tap on your Gmail account, tap Delete Account, and tap Delete from my iPhone. Next, go back to Settings -> Mail, Contacts, Calendars, tap Add Account…, tap Google, and enter your account information.
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