Thanks for your report. Please follow up in #219.
PS: High-quality pull requests are always welcome.
Then run logcat with root privileges and you should see a lot of messages (not only from DAVdroid) as soon as you do anything on the device. If you see those, filter by “tag:davdroid”
okay, now tried another app (catlog) - i can give this app root access and i see the following entries:
This means that there’s no address book to sync, and the calendars seem to be empty and therefore aren’t synchronized. How many address books/calenders did you check at setup?
1 address book and 1 calendar. in my calendar app the calendar is recognized:
Can you provide a test account that shows this behaviour and send it to email@example.com so that I can have a look?
I think I am seeing the same thing… also using ownCloud on the server. On my desktop, I get the calender entries to show up fine but not on Andoid using davdroid. However, I also see my owncloud calendars (regular one as well as birthday calendar) in the calendar app under “calendars to display”, so the connection to the server kind of works. Did stefan provide you with a test account?
I’ve the same issue, tested with owncloud 5.0.13 and davdroid 0.3.8 and 0.4. I’ve no spaces in my calendars name, and I’m syncing two different calendars.
i provided a test account. @rfc2822 did not had the same issues. but i have it still.
I also tested on CyanogenMod 10.2 M1 initially but then moved on to KitKat on a Nexus 5 btw
I’m reviewing my logs, and I can see:
I solved my problem. I had the option “privacity” enabled by default for all my applications. Disabling it for davdroid solves this issue.
Yes! Problem is solved for me, too.
Disabeling the CyanogenMod Privacy Guard was the solution.
Thank you all!