I have an LG Optimus V, rooted, 2.2 (not sure what it's rooted to, it arrived that way). It has worked fine (except auto-rotate quit awhile back, I gave up trying to fix it) but for the last 2 days or so, GMail absolutely WILL NOT send. Every single email I try to send, it always gets hung on "Sending..." and it won't move a muscle.
It has nothing to do with the quality of the connection, I'm at home operating over a Wi-Fi.
Moreover, the "Sending..." never goes away unless I "wipe" the phone. Even turning it off & on won't do it, and I have no way of deleting it without deleting the entire conversation. I look up and every email I've sent, EVERY ONE has "Sending...." on the screen, and short of doing a "wipe" it absolutely won't go away.
Nope, it didn't work. Force-stopping it & then restarting it didn't fix it. I already did a factory reset earlier to "unstick" an earlier occurrence, and it's back to doing it again. In fact, for probably the last 2 days, I've been totally 100% unable to send any email from my phone at all whatsoever, unless I log into the website & do it that way, and that's completely unacceptable.
UPDATE: this seemed to fix it.
It involves clearing the cache (which will cause you to lose any unsent items like the ones "showing red.") As they explain it:
Go to the Settings menu, and then to Applications, then Manage Applications.
Find the Google Mail and Google Mail Storage entries. Open the Google Mail one. Press Clear data, and OK to the prompt.
Now go back and do the same with Google Mail Storage.
Now, when you re-load the GMail app, you will see "Your email will appear shortly", and when it does, hopefully it should be fixed.
It did seem to. I tried replying to one of the emails and this time, finally, it went through.
Last edited by larrytxeast; 11-18-2011 at 01:39 PM.