4. Wi-Fi and data
Quickly check your Wi-Fi connection to see if it works properly. You can use Fast.com to check the Internet speed of Wi-Fi. If you use mobile data, do the same. It is also possible that you have exhausted your data plan. Consult your operator (download their official application).
5. Google Services Down
Google is reliable enough and takes extreme measures to avoid downtime. Sometimes service interruptions occur due to unforeseen circumstances.
Open the detector down to check the Google service for which synchronization does not work. I've linked to their Google search page where you will find a common list. As you can see, Gmail failed only last week. You can also sort the results by country.
6. Automatic date and time
You must automatically set the date, time, and time zone on your Android phone. Otherwise, it could hinder the operation of the synchronization on your phone. Open Settings and tap Date and Time under Additional Settings.
Enable both options. If they do not work for some reason, try setting them manually. But make sure they are correct. Otherwise, you will continue to experience a "Sync is experiencing problems" error on your Android phone.
6. Manual sync
Open the settings and scroll down to find the sync option. In your mobile phone, this can also mean Accounts. You will see a list of all the accounts added to your phone, such as Google, Twitter, etc.
Tap sync now at the bottom of the screen to start manual synchronization. Synchronization may not work. Have you noticed automatic data synchronization and Wi-Fi only at the top? Yep. Enable automatic synchronization for this to work without manual intervention. Disable the Wi-Fi option only if you also want to sync to mobile data.
7. Reactivate synchronization
Disabling and re-enabling the sync option can also help you get started quickly. It only takes few seconds. Open Settings and under Sync, tap Google.
You can now disable and re-enable the app or sync service, which is cool. Just hit the service that gives the error "Sync is currently experiencing problems", wait a few seconds to let it take effect, and then re-enable sync.
Your Google Account is responsible for synchronizing a number of related services such as Gmail, Photos and Keep, among others. Any application that does not synchronize data can hurt your day. The solutions above should be able to help you. Have you found another way to restart synchronization? Share with us in the comments below.
Then: Do you use OneDrive? Want to sync folders on an Android phone with your Microsoft cloud account? Click on the link below to find out how to do this.