Google Search keeps saying “Mobile data is off”

I have Wifi and 4G data turned on but Google search returns with a message that says –
“Mobile data is off: No data connection. Consider turning on mobile data or turning on Wi-Fi”.

There is working Internet connection because I can search directly from the browser, other apps can connect or download. Only gets stuck with that message using Google Search app on Android.

ANSWER

When this happens, there are a few things that can help fix this issue.

First, is to restart the Android phone.

If restarting does not fix it, then the second thing is to turn on Airplane Mode. Wait a few seconds before turning it off.

However, if after doing either of the above, or both, that still doesn’t fix Google app from being able to connect to the Internet properly then the last resort is to clear its data and cache.

Go to Settings > Apps > Google.

What you need to look for is Storage related. There should be a Manage Storage > Clear All Data setting, and Clear Cache setting. These are separate buttons. Proceed by deleting cache first, then data. Clearing of cache and data only affects the device you are on. Google has most, if not all, of that information on their servers anyway. You won’t really lose anything. The app will sync back as soon as it’s connected.

Once done try using Google app again and search for something.

Should all else fail, reinstall the Google app. Chances are your Android won’t have permission to uninstall the app itself, only to rollback to previous versions, although there is an uninstall button in Google Play Store for said app. Do it anyway. Then update the app. If the phone is rooted, you just might be able to do a complete uninstall/install.

Export Multiple Google Calendars to Google Sheets

I have several Google Calendars I’m subscribed to, one for each of my sales and logistics team members. I want to grab the events from each calendar for both today and tomorrow and put them into my main Logistics spreadsheet. I’m stuck on the “get all the events” part; I’m pretty sure I can get the right info to the cells I want them to once I’ve figured this out.

Here’s what I have so far, which is my newbie attempt to go through each calendar and grab the events. I’m getting the error that the parameters for CalendarApp.Calendar.getEventsForDay are incorrect.

Exception: The parameters (number) don’t match the method signature for CalendarApp.Calendar.getEventsForDay.
at calendarGrabTodayTomorrow(Code:85:28)

  var calendars = CalendarApp.getAllCalendars();
  var date = new Date();
  var dateTom = (date.getDate()+1);
    for (var i=0; i < calendars.length; i++) {
    var curCal = calendars[i];
    var eventsTod = curCal.getEventsForDay(date);
    var eventsTom = curCal.getEventsForDay(dateTom);
  Logger.log(eventsTod);
    Logger.log(eventsTom);}
}

Any help on this is greatly appreciated!

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Author: Jeff Gibson