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Does anyone else here use yahoo?

For the last week or so, I've been having this issue with the Yahoo website on my mobile phone. So, I have 4G LTE but my phone also has 5G. Since I've had the phone, I've been able to access the Yahoo website and other websites with no problem on 4G LTE and 5g.

As of late, if I am on 4G LTE or 5G, the Yahoo website is now not completely loading. I can't even access my email on 4G LTE or 5g. However, if I am at home on Wi-Fi I have no problem pulling up the Yahoo website on my mobile phone and the email works perfectly.

Would someone else be able to try to access Yahoo on their mobile phone if they're on 4G LTE or 5G for me please, and let me know if the page loads entirely for you? I really don't know what else to do here. I need to be able to access my email while I'm at work and I can no longer do so. My work does not have public Wi-Fi so all I have is 4G LTE and 5G.

If anyone can help out, I really really appreciate it, thank you 馃檪
Have you updated your phone recently?
If not, do some updates.
What browser are you using? Are you using the yahoo mail app or are you going through the browser?
@nonsensiclesnail I'm using chrome to access the Yahoo website. But I'm guessing it's the mobile website.

I could always try to access the actual desktop website.

Most recent update was probably within the last month.

And not using any app to access Yahoo.
carpediem61-69, M
try turning your phone completely off every couple of days
@carpediem the way they make phones now you can't take the battery out. So is there a way to power down your Samsung phone as if you took the battery out?
carpediem61-69, M
@twiigss Turn it off.
@carpediem Yeah I've done that in the past, but it's not the same as actually taking the battery out of the phone physically. When I had the Virgin Mobile flip phone on 3G, if you sent a bunch of texts, after a while texts would stop sending. So I asked Virgin Mobile about it. Their solution was this:

Remove the battery from the phone, and press and hold down the power button for 10 seconds to "power cycle" the phone. Insert battery, turn phone on, and when I would do that, I could send a ton of texts again.

My brother told me that because manufacturers are making it so you can't remove the battery, if you hold down the volume down button and press and hold power, it "power cycles" your phone, as if you did take the battery out (even though you didn't physically remove the battery). He also told me simply shutting down the phone doesn't actually do much of anything. It's kind of like a computer. Every now and then, if you own a desktop computer, you have to turn off the PSU to actually clear the memory completely. Just turning off the computer doesn't really fully remove everything. There have been several times where I've had to turn the PSU off for a good 2 minutes, and everything goes back to normal again.

I used to turn my phone off on my LG phone and that didn't do hardly anything until I started doing the power down and hold power til phone resets trick.
Jonjdw46-50, M
I just pulled it up on my browser an att no Wi-Fi. I don鈥檛 use browser for email I use the iPhone app. All of my emails in one app. I don鈥檛 know anything about yahoo app

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