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@xav You can try installing it over the other version. Of course, you should always have backups of everything
Update: But after installing over the other version, you have to
- unselect the address book in DAVdroid,
- force sync and wait until sync is finished (address book is gone),
- select the address book again,
- force sync again.
Otherwise the questionable contacts are not imported again and the new logic won’t be applied. So this is why I recommend to uninstall it – it just makes things easier, and setting up the account again shouldn’t take more than a few seconds.
I will do the sync dance, it looks way better for me.
Where can I retrieve that apk ?
@xav I have sent it over email
Well it seems it’s stuck somewhere. Could you please try to send it to
@xav Have sent it again, now to this email address
OK I received both. It’s not signed with the same key than mine apparently (I got it from F-Droid). I think I’ll have to uninstall and reconfigure everything
@xav Indeed. If you use the F-Droid version, you can only update to other F-Droid builds.
Sorry for the delay, re-plugging everything was a little tedious. It works very well now, I can modify contacts which were touched by Evolution without error.
@xav Thanks for testing. I’m happy that it now works for you.
Can you create a bug report for Evolution so that it won’t create invalid vCards anymore and provide a link for reference here?
Done that: https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/evolution-data-server/issues/12 but apparently it wasn’t Evolution’s fault. My contacts list has lived through several clients/servers, I don’t really remember which ones …
@xav Thanks. Well, at least it’s now working, and maybe you can determine the suspicious client one day