How to Check Junk Mail on Gmail on Android?
Junk mails are usually found in the Spam folder on your Gmail app. Whatever it may be, whether it is phishing emails or other advertisement mail scams, the Gmail’s Spam folder is the most underrated feature present on your smartphone. The Spam folder is designed to just exist on any Gmail account without you even needing to open it. Most messages inside the spam folder are bound to be deleted after a period of 30 days, so there is no need to access the folder manually. When you want to delete a message, you need to personally go to the Spam folder and take out the mail.
In simple steps, we will now be showing you the process to access the Junk mails in your Gmail account on your Android phone.
- Turn on your Android phone.
- If you do not have access to the Gmail app, you can download the app from the Google Play Store.
- Tap the Google Play Store icon, type Gmail in the search bar, and tap the search button.
- The Gmail app page will open. Tap the Install button.
- The Gmail app will be downloaded and installed on your Android phone.
- Tap the Gmail app and you will be asked to enter your email account’s login credentials.
- You will be signed in to your Gmail account.
- Tap the Three-lined icon (Menu) on the top left corner of the screen and you will now see a list of options.
- Scroll down the menu and select the Spam folder (Junk mail).
- You will have all the unwanted emails stored in the Spam folder.
- In case your memory is full, you will see the Empty Folder option.