Many thanks for your reply! I tested that and I found that I actually couldn’t access it (no IP address) from my Android browser which is strange because anywhere else (home PC, Laptop, PC at work, Thunderbird…) I’ve always had access.
So I looked up the NAS’s IP address on my modem and when I use the IP itself in DAVx5 it worked!! So I assume this has something to do with static/dynamic IP addresses, what do you think? I assumed my NAS has a static address because I can always login with the same address (monolith:5000) but I guess I was just lucky that when I updated it, it received the same address after restart. I bought it half a year ago…
So long story short, I’ll have to make sure that this address is static and it will keep on working/synchronizing or do you think the problem lies somewhere else?
Your help is highly appreciated, thanks again!
Can't add a nextcloud caldav address
I have a
nextcloudinstance (v. 11.0.2) running with
postgresql (9.6.1). I’m trying to connect to the
Calenderapp (1.5.1) using
DAVdroid(184.108.40.206-ose) on Android 6.0.1.
On the “Add account menu”, I add my link and auth for the nextcloud calendar app, and the app gets stuck in the
Configuration detection / Please wait; querying server...screen. Nextcloud’s admin logging interface doesn’t have anything, nginx is also seemingly fine working without errors (at least, nothing I can check using
Here’s the debug log, but I don’t really see anything particularly wrong with it - but I’m no way qualified to assess that. If you think that an
adb logcatmight be useful, do tell.
Thank you for your help.
Sounds like a networking problem, like when connections take forever to time out.
adb logcatwould be useful in any case. Can you access the server with your Android browser?
Yeah, I can reach the server through other means on my phone - tried just now with Firefox and ConnectBot (ssh).
Here’s the logcat.
Thanks for the help.
Those logs don’t show any problem. Do you have firewalls or something like that? How long did you wait?
No firewall. And I’ve waited anywhere from 2 to 10 minutes, in the multiple attempts I’ve done through the day.
@lllvvv Then I don’t have any idea, except that there must be some connectivity problem. Did you try another connection type (mobile/WiFi)?