To resolve, set iPhone Text Message Forwarding to OFF - then force restart both iPhone and iPad. After restarting both devices, enable Text Message Forwarding on the iPhone - and again check that Forwarding is explicitly enabled for your iPad.
Use the same Apple ID on all the devices. On your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, go to Settings > Messages > Send & Receive. On your Mac, open Messages, choose Messages > Preferences, then click iMessage. Make sure that you're signed in to iMessage with the same Apple ID on all your devices.
Another cause of issues on Dropbox for Android is app compatibility. If an app doesn't support Dropbox, it will not sync automatically. You will have to replace the file manually to access it elsewhere. In order to conserve battery life, Dropbox will limit background activity when your device's power is low.
Change Calendar Settings. The most likely reason why iPhone calendar not syncing or iPad calendar not syncing calendars on an iOS device is set to only sync calendars in a very short period of time. To change this, you can go to Settings > Calendar. We suggest you choose Sync All.
0:073:08Probably is that your icloud storage is full then you can consider updating your icloud storage planMoreProbably is that your icloud storage is full then you can consider updating your icloud storage plan or just simply delete some backup that takes up too much storage on your icloud.
Apparently, you have signed into iCloud on both your devices using the same Apple ID. Devices setup with the same Apple ID sync a lot of user data between them for built-in apps by default.
Make sure you're signed in to iCloud with the same Apple ID on all of your devices. Then, check that you turned on Contacts, Calendars and Reminders in your iCloud settings. Check the date and time settings on your device to make sure they're correct for your current location.
Your contacts are not synchronizing to the iPad because of the following reasons: The system status of your iCloud Contacts. Incorrect setting of the date and time settings on your device. Failure to sign in to your iCloud account.
Go to settings - mail - accounts - new account - other - enter details. The next screen should default to IMAP and you are then guided through the settings. Thank you so much! That worked!
Drive uses cloud storage which requires an internet connection to work. This means that if your internet connection is not active, Drive won't sync, back up, or display any of your files. If you are using Wi-Fi, ensure that your router is working and you are receiving adequate speed.
Perform a forced reboot on the iPad: press and hold the Power and Home keys at the same time. The tablet shuts off, and then boots back up. Try again to manually sync the device with iTunes.
Verify that Whispersync is enabled If you are trying to sync Kindle content, you should verify that the Whispersync option is enabled. Go to "Manage Your Content and Devices" >> Select the "Preferences" tab >> Select "Device Synchronization (Whispersync Settings)" and confirm that the feature is turned ON.
If the iTunes Sync button is inactive or not available when your iPad is connected to your computer, or your iPad simply will not sync with iTunes -- manually or otherwise -- you may need to reauthorize your computer. The OS X Daily website notes that this problem is very common among iPad and iPhone users.
Check your Android device storage space Google Calendar events don't take up a lot of space on your phone's hard drive relative to data from other apps. But if your device is filled near to capacity, Google Calendar might have stopped syncing to keep that space free.