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Samsung Galaxy S4: How to Create and Send Email Message With or Without Attachment Using Gmail App

Once you activate your Google account on your Samsung Galaxy SIV, then you will be able to use it to access all Google services available in your phone. The most frequently accessed of the Google services is the Google Play Store which is the official market for all Android smartphone. You can use your Google account to access the Play Store, search the desired apps--either the paid version or the free one-- and then install them to your phone.

See also: How to Download and Install Free Apps from the Google Play Store on Samsung Galaxy S4

Aside from the Play Store, another Google services which may be frequent you use is Gmail app. This app will let you to send or receive email messages, with or without attachment inside it. This of course will useful if you're the one who often use email messages to communicate with each others.

How to create and send email message with or without attachment using Gmail app?
Assuming that you already activate your Google account and have an internet connection, then below are the steps to use Gmail app to create and send an email message, either with the attachment or not:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Gmail.
  3. If this is the first time you use this app, then you'll be presented with the sync settings associated with your Gmail account. You can either to choose to tap Sync now button to start syncing your Gmail right now, or tap Change sync settings button to change your sync settings. Feel free to tap Sync now button.
  4. Wait until the sync process is completed.
  5. Now, tap Create new email button to compose new email message.
  6. Type the required contact you wish to send the email with in the To field. When you type the first letter and there are contacts which is match with it then all matching contacts will be displayed and you're able to tap one of them as your email recipient.
  7. Type the subject of your email in the Subject field.
  8. Write your own email message in the Compose email field.
  9. If you wants to attach picture or video into your email message, then tap the Menu key and select Attach picture to attach picture files into your email message or tap Attach video to attach video files into your email message. Choose the required picture or video files you wish to attach.
  10. Tap Send button to send your email message.

By default, you're only allowed to attach picture or video files into your email message while you use the Gmail app. But, you can improve your ability to attach any file types into your Gmail email message by utilizing third-party File manager app which we'll discuss in the next post. So, stay tuned here to know the complete steps to do so :)


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