Is there anyway to attach .mp3 files in gmail? There's an option to attach pictures and video but neither work for attaching audio. I just upgraded to my Razr from a Droid X and all it had was an attachment option and you could choose whatever.
One of the most common things to do when composing an email is attaching a file. With any email client, this is pivotal. For some reason though, the Gmail app for Android has lacked the ability to attach files from Drive. That changes today with an update that allows users to insert files from Drive.
This is my first android phone, SPrint Galaxy Note 2. My Google Account thus the play store email address is not associated with any gmail email, and I do have a few gmail accounts I want to put in to the stock gmail app. Problem is when I try to start the stock gmail app, it wants to automatically attach to my Google Account email.
I know that when you put contacts into your android phone, it automatically syncs them to your Gmail account and you can import or export them yadda, but I'm on my computer on my Gmail account and I cannot find any of my phone's contacts!
I have an (old) Android phone (HTC Incredible ADR6300) which I have configured with 1 Gmail account. I have downloaded a bunch of apps from Google Play. Most of the apps are Free, but I have a few dollars worth of purchased apps.
Over time, that Gmail account now has many emails (over 2 Gigs).
On my Bionic I could take a video and send it through gmail real quick. I am running into issues with this on my moto x. I get that the video is too large because its HD but I don't see the option any where to lower the recording quality. Through texting I can tap attach-record video and which is a bit of a pain if I want to capture something as it happens then share it.
Google just updated the Gmail Android app to version 4.7 with a few new features. First is the ability to add an auto response for when you are on vacation. This was already available on the desktop, but now you can create your auto response message from anywhere. Next up is the ability to attach just about anything to your emails. Previously you could only attach photos or videos.