Bad request Error 400

How to fix “Bad Request Error 400” for Gmail in Chrome

In this age of the internet, there are many online services that we use in our daily life. Many services are going online day by day. Emailing service is one of the most used services of the internet. When it comes to emailing service, Gmail is the most popular name. The users of Gmail praise its service for the simple interface and reliable service. But the facts mentioned above don’t make this platform free from faults. This is no surprise because no any technology is perfect. Recently, most of the online forums were flooding with questions regarding the Bad Request Error 400. If you are one such user facing the same issue, this article is for you. Here, we will talk about the problems behind this issue and their solutions.

Solutions to this issue:

Some ways may help you fix this issue. Please go through the ways mentioned below to solve it.

Fix this error using your Browser:

Users think that there would be no any issue if they are using Chrome for accessing their Gmail account, there would be no problem with it. But the Bad Request Error 400 occurs when you are using Chrome. Here is the first thing to try when you are facing this issue. Follow the steps mentioned below to do it:

  1. When you have opened a page in Chrome, right-click on it and then select the option Inspect Element from the Context Menu.
  2. Developer Tools window will open on the screen. Select the tab named Resources.
  3. In the left side, there is an option Cookies. Click on the arrow icon next to this option.
  4. From the list of cookies, click on the cookie named
  5. Now, right-click on the option GMAIL_IMP.
  6. Select the option Delete.
  7. Now, close this window.

After completing this procedure, refresh the page and see if you are getting the same error.

Make some other changes in your Google Chrome browser:

If your Bad Request Error 400 persists even after trying the steps mentioned above, there is another way you can try. Here are the steps to make these changes:

NOTE: This will delete all the data Gmail, and you will be logged out of the Gmail account.

  1. Launch Google Chrome and then click on More (it is a three-dot icon at the top-right corner of the screen).
  2. From the list of options, click on Settings.
  3. Select the option Show Advanced Settings.
  4. Go to the Privacy section and then click on the button named Content Settings.
  5. On the next screen, all the cookies files will appear.
  6. Delete all the cookies related to this folder.
  7. Refresh this page after the completion of this procedure.


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