Currently Being ModeratedOct 17, 2013 10:05 AM (in response to otterpdx)
I think you can tap Calendars at the bottom, then pull down to refresh the Calendars screen as you would to refresh Mail. Once it finishes the refresh, click Done and I think it will have updated. I tried it once out of curiosity and it worked. Sample size of one...
Currently Being ModeratedOct 17, 2013 10:15 AM (in response to otterpdx)
Do you have your iCloud account set to Push or Fetch? Mine is on push, and as long as I have internet connectivity it works without fail almost instantly, every time. Manual refreshes just don't need to happen in my case.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 18, 2014 3:25 PM (in response to otterpdx)
I just did this successfully after the described methods above failed. (I could not push, fetch, or manually refresh)
Note; this is not a refresh, but a quick delete / re-install
1) settings; icloud; mail off, calendars off. (temporary, and not sure it's neccessary)
2) back to settings; mail contacts calendars; gmail account; delete.
3) add acount; reinstall your google account! (only took a few seconds to load everything back from google servers)
4) turn your icloud back ups on again if you wish and back up new data. I dont need to back up my gmail neccessarily, neither my calendar, now that I know how to reload direct from Google.
Why I wanted to figure this out;
I got an I phone replacement, (Thank you Apple!) but my i-cloud backup had filled up over a month ago, ( I chose to ignore) so I lost only the new data up to today's replacement ( calendar entries, texts, a new contact or two, and a month's worth of the only game I play.. real racing 3.. errr..so i just deleted the game:-)