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For some reason only a few numbers from my Windows Live account will actually sync to my phone. I already forwarded all of my contacts from google to my live account and whenever I look online they are all there. But for some reason they aren't making it to my phone even though I click sync. Also, I try to sign into gmail and I enter the correct name and password but it's telling me this is incorrect even though I know for a fact it's correct. Can anyone help me with these issues??
To get your Gmail working, you'll want to unlock it.
That should fix that issue. I don't know about the hotmail issue though.
Thanks that did fix the issue with Gmail but now it's doing the same thing with my contacts. All of my emails synced to my phone and even all of my contacts names but for some reason no numbers came with them.
If you look on Live, you see phone numbers as well as names, or just names? If yes, I'm not sure about this - I haven't synced live with gmail.
I am having the same problem, and I believe it has to do with the way the phone numbers transfer.
I looked into it, and I figured out that in the CSV file, Google marks all of your contacts' mobile numbers as "Other Phone," which doesn't seem to appear on the Windows Phone. This could be a bit challenging if you don't know computers very well, but here's how to fix it:
I haven't found the time to fully accomplish this, but I assume it works. Please reply if it does so I'll know. Thanks.
Also, I don't see why they have to be so difficult in this process.
I just ended up deleting my contacts from Windows Live and using my Gmail contacts...works fine that way.