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If the Dropbox system tray/menu bar icon is stuck syncing (with no sync speed in the status), but not making any progress, it’s possible an antivirus or system optimization app is interfering with the Dropbox app.
If you’re using any of this software, consider adding Dropbox to that app's whitelist.
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If Dropbox sync is working correctly, you’ll see the same files on each computer, phone, or tablet you use to access Dropbox (as long as you’ve signed in with the same account on each device).
If you don’t see Dropbox in either of these locations, then Dropbox is not installed. If Dropbox is installed and running, you’ll see the icon in the system tray or menu bar, and this icon will be black or show syncing status. Sometimes restarting your computer will reset your internet connection and allow Dropbox to sync properly. Sometimes quitting and relaunching the Dropbox app will restart sync.
To do so: If you’re still having trouble, move on to step 7.
Sometimes un-linking your account from Dropbox, then re-linking, will fix connection issues: If you’re still having trouble, move on to step 11.
Dropbox will then continually download the file in an attempt to sync it to your device, which can use extra space.
If you’re still having trouble, move on to step 13.
To fix this, sign out and then sign in again with the correct account. If a file name has an incompatible character, it will prevent sync from working.
Check some of the common character issues for the file you’re having trouble with: You can also try the Dropbox bad file name tool, and make changes as needed.
Or you can enable selective sync, which backs up files to Dropbox while saving hard drive space.