Google Drive does not work
For most of the time, Google Drive works quite well for syncing, backing up, and sharing files, such as photos, videos, and Microsoft Office documents. But have you seen some errors such as edited file not syncing, shared documents not showing up for others, forcing you to access a restriction page? If yes, this article will help you to fix Google Drive, which is not working.

Step 1: check the Android operating conditions
Google Drive works when your device is connected to the internet. This required you to verify the Wi-Fi connection and mobile data on your Android phone. Then connect the device to a Wi-Fi access point or turn on the cell phone.

Step 2 Restart Google Drive
If your Android phone is connected to an available internet access but still cannot sync / backup / share files etc, try to exit and restart the application on your Android phone.

If you are using Google Drive with your Chrome browser, please reset any Chrome settings. For example, reset your home page, clear cookies and cache, disable extensions / plugins / plugins. Still not working? Try a different browser app.

Step 3 Reinstall Google Drive
If it still doesn't work, you will need to reinstall the app. Follow this path: uninstall Google Drive from your Android> restart your phone> download the Google app> install the new app.

Step 4 Look for solutions
Go to the Google App Status Dashboard and see if there is an app outage. If so, wait for a solution. And you can go to the public Google Drive help pages to find solutions to your problem.

COMMON MISTAKES for students
"Please use the Google Classroom button below to log in as an educator or librarian."

This happens when you try to log in as a student on our teacher login page. To log in as a student, select "Login", "I am a student" and "Google Classroom" or use our student login page.

"Wait! You don't have access to that resource. Ask your teacher for help."
"You currently do not have access to any Scholastic resources. Check with your teacher for more information on how to get access."

Students must be enrolled in Google Classroom to have online access to their magazines.

Make sure all students are part of your class roster in Google Classroom (if your class roster changes during the school year). Then sync your roster and update student access on the Scholastic "Manage Access" page by clicking "Resync Class."

How to solve problems installing the Google Classroom application.
Check your wifi / internet connection for connectivity.
Check the storage space of your mobile device. If you do not have enough space on your disk, the application cannot be installed.
Verify that the application you are trying to install is compatible with your version of iOS.

The Google Classroom app is not updating properly on my phone.
Check your Wi-Fi / mobile data connection and verify that it is working properly. It may be inactive and prevent you from updating the Google Classroom app.
Confirm that you have enough storage space on your phone to download updates. If you don't have enough storage space, you may be blocking app updates.

Having audio / video loading issues with Google Classroom?
Check the volume on your phone if you have audio problems. Try using headphones to find out if there is a problem with your speakers or the app.
If you are having video upload issues, check your internet speed and Wi-Fi connectivity.

Notifications from the Google Classroom app are not working properly.
Go to Settings-> Notifications-> Google Classroom and check if notifications are enabled or not. If it is not enabled, enable it.
Also, if you don't get notification alert sounds, double check that you didn't accidentally mute the app notification sounds.

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