Google contacts and calendar don't sync on a replacement phone

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    Junior Member Yurity's Avatar
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    Google contacts and calendar don't sync on a replacement phone

    Hey, people !

    I had a power button malfunction on my previous N1, so my carrier replaced it with a new one. Now, I've input my google account, the same as on my previous phone. It was able to bring all of my apps back which is great. The contacts and calendar, however, do not sync.

    If I go to settings - accounts & sync - my google account says ''sync is off'' and I am not able to turn the sync on. If I click on it and press settings, I'm able to chose it to sync, but it does not. Can anyone help me with that please ?

    P.s. I keep my auto sync on when I try this.

    Thank You

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    Hmmmmm, interesting...

    My first suggestion is to go into the app manager and delete data and cache from Gmail, Google Services Framework, and Market.
    (menu> settings> applications> manage applications> select the All tab, and find the apps).

    Reboot, then re-add your accounts...

    Sent from my Nexus One using Tapatalk

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    The problem is solved

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