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account view: new setting “show only personal collections” (shows only collections from homesets, especially useful with for instance eGroupware)
account view: show owner in collection properties (if available)
allow to select client certificates for existing accounts
save sync intervals and check/repair them at app start and reboot
other improvements and bug fixes
fix sync interval sometimes not updated in UI after changing it
don’t grey out WiFi SSID setting when data saver is active
WebDAV: don’t follow redirects from HTTPS to HTTP
CardDAV: don’t keep SORT-STRING as unknown property
CalDAV tasks: fix rewriting of DTSTART/DUE when one of them is a date and the other a date-time
Samsung Galaxy S20+ running Android 10. Using Samsung Calendar app on phone. Syncing to Synology DS920+ Calendar. I can get DAVX5 sync from Synology Calendar to phone, but the calendar will not sync from the phone to Synology. Help please. Thank you.
@rfc2822 I think I’ve figured out the reason for the error message.
When I previously tried to enter the ip-adress, I asked the app to prepend https://, which is probably the reason why it didn’t allow for “:5001” to work. My best guess is that the app does the error check without virtually prepending https.
Tested it while manually adding https and port, and now it is working flawlessly.
@rfc2822 hm yes indeed, at least according to Privacy Guard, Whatsapp and Telegram are constantly accessing and/or modifying the contacts (read contacts ~8.5k, modify ~2.8k). Effectively contacts remain the same, so I assumed this was normal behavior.
However I installed Virtual Hosts which allows to define custom hosts entries without rooting the phone. The app is really easy to switch on/off, so I’ll be able to use it only when I sync DAVx5 (which I do manually only) through the phone access point.
The installIntent was added in a Snackbar for now, it was already merged into dev-3.x-ose. So basically there is a compromise now where a message is displayed but still the installIntent can be started by the user. I personally wouldn’t see the need for any further improvement there.
Just sent the APK. Android 11 introduced new “awesome” features – wohohohoo – like this package visibility, but it seems due to a bug in Android 11 the visbility of our declared providers gets lost after a few days. Now we changed it to the package names instead of the providers we want to see - hopefully this fixes the problem…
I have the same problem, but live in germany. It’s about regularly repeating events. I record the appointment on a server (posteo), it repeats e.g. every monday at 08:00 a.m. Until 25.10.2020 it was shown correct on my android device. But since changeover to wintertime (MEZ/CET), it is shown on my android as an appointment at 07:00 a.m.