With google as the only calendar and contacts provider the synchronization worked fine and I never noticed this setting.
I guess Google apps are always allowed to do anything 😉
Good to hear that it now works.
I’m new to DAVdroid and I have issues to initially sync my adressbook.
What I did so far:
virtual linux server at HostEurope - Ubuntu 16.04
InterruptedIOException means that the sync thread was interrupted, which happens when you cancel the sync process manually.
Please create verbose logs where the sync process is not cancelled.
If there’s a server timeout, it’s a networking or server problem. In this case, you should have a look at the server logs and contact Nextcloud support.
Thanks for your quick reply. I did not cancel the sync process. I would even know how to do that, since there is nothing like a cancel button… Isn’t that the verbose log? If not, how do I enable verbose logging?
@mischa There’s a “cancel sync” entry in the Android Accounts activity. Or maybe the sync process is cancelled when you enable and then disable for instance contacts sync while the sync is still running.
Yes, those are verbose logs, but they do not contain useful information because the sync has been cancelled, so we don’t know the real reason why it doesn’t work.
I changed the syncing app and the issue is resolved. Using CardDAV-Sync syncing seems to work fine. But thanks for your help.
@mischa Thanks for sharing the solution.