My google calendar is syncing from Outlook on my laptop, no problems with that. Because I was using a few memory managers Startup Manager, All in One Toolbox, etc where amongst other startup programs, I disabled Google Play Services from starting up in order to save some more memory. If you bought one of the Nexus devices then you should not have an issue as you cannot store the events in a local, unsyncable calendar, all events would be either in a Google Account or another account that provides calendar syncing. I use a Samsung Galaxy S3. I share a practice space calendar with about a dozen people, which takes up pretty much all the space on my calendar app.
This is obviously a code issue and Google needs to resolve it. I would create events on my phone, then after logging into gmail on my computer nothing would show up. I even tried creating an additional 'work' calendar web and that does not show up on the phone. They will ask you to factory reset so you may want to let them know you have already done that if you have to speed up the communication process. My issues are in Google Calendar, Contacts, and i think including Keep!! In the calendar view on my phone it appears the only way to add is to use the '+' sign.
If I create an event on the computer it is synced to my google calendar app on my android phone, but if I create an event on my phone it isn't synced to my computer! Can't count on Google for the answers only people like you. For Samsung mine is Galaxy S4 mini with Android v4. I have a couple of questions before I try your suggestion. I have been sync-ing from my phone's calendar to Google Calendar on my desktop for the three+ years I've had this phone Galaxy S3. The Google calendar is much harder to use, more difficult to see, and my Samsung calendar is easy, I never had to mess with something called Events or even click to make it sync automatically. This really works for many users.
My problem is the reverse. Checked to make sure sync was on and looked in the settings for anything that could possible be wrong and weird. However, when I add an event to my phone, it does not sync to my computer. It wasn't like this until recently, so it seems one of the apps changed its definition and behavior. Another problem you may run into when sync iPhone data is account.
Also - I don't necessarily want to see that business calendar in my general calendar - not enough room. Each calendar in the list has a colored box next to the calendar name that indicates that calendar's event color. . It was so convenient utilizing these before. I have three devices all synced up, and two are working fine.
Your cursor will blink at the location where you will enter your fake appointment 2 once finished, tap the bar which might be located immediately above or below your appointment. I have some events saved on my Google Calendar and some events saved on my Windows 10 Calendar app. This happened to me when I was adding events to desktop and phone at the same time. When I add events on the android app, they do not appear on my calendar in browser, on my windows phone, or on the one calendar win8 app as they do with my old gmail account. I am on the Google Calendar app on my phone I am adding it to the correct calendar.
Are we having fun yet??? Also, make sure to on your iPhone and iPad. No issues at all on the new phone, so it was nothing on the account side. Please tell us in the comments. If I try to stop that sync, it warns me not to. . They are now bricks and we can 1 wait for an update which is slow to come, but it is a known problem so they may issue an update one day, or we can buy new Androids of iPhones.
So my question is this. Then enter your Google account and password. Somehow, everything shows on my phone calendar but not my google calendar. I can see all the events i've created in desktop version. But if i creat new event in Calendar App it appears for several seconds and then disappears. Is there a way to force the phone sorry the app on the phone to sync up? Also check if you enable Calendar on your iPhone.