@dd1303 Hi - do you still follow on this issue and want to fix it? In that case I am willing to support, i.e give it some other tries if required. Otherwise it’s fine with me to close it. I can continue with my workaround: one big static calendar (entries from past until 31.12.2019); plus a smaller one (entries since 1.1.2020 towards future) which is syncing fine.
Davx5 don't aquire Read Task permission => error on task sync
Thank you for your answer.
I’ve immediatly try to :
uninstall davx5 and opentask - reboot - reinstall from fdroid - add my nextcloud account
Same problem with same log : every permission granted BUT READ_Task
I notice that the permission I accepted is granted (write Task) but the denied permission (read_task) can’t be accepted or not in the system (no asking pop-up and no parameter in settings )
Thank you for looking at my problem.
@psklb I see. Unfortunately, I don’t have any idea why READ_TASKS can’t be granted on your system, nor have I ever seen this reported by someone else. So I think it’s some glitch on your system…
Yes Xiomi are good phones but Miui is sometimes too much locked.
I’m waiting for a port of lineageOS on my device
Have a good day !
Ok, If you find out anything, please just post here. Or maybe someone else with the same problem finds this thread and can post further information.
I’ve the same issue.
Redmi note 7 (lavender) fresh install from yesterday of xiaomi.eu latest miui11 rom (20.1.16).
On the previous version of the rom I had no issue.
Same problem here, trying to fix it, since several days and nothing worked, hope Xiaomi is going to fix this bug quickly.
Ive written a support ticket to Xiaomi via the internal option for feedback in the settings.
Maybe you also should do that, that it gets a higher priority.
@jmoegele Done !
Same problem here, Mi9 running xiaomi.eu ROM. Also send bug report to Xiaomi.
Eric last edited by
I reported the issue in the board of Xiaomi.eu
i don’t really know if it’s a miui problem or an android 10 problem…
anyway, if you have root access to the phone, you can do the following via adb or terminal and it starts working as expected:
pm grant at.bitfire.davdroid org.dmfs.permission.READ_TASKS
pm grant at.bitfire.davdroid org.dmfs.permission.WRITE_TASKS
i say i’m not sure about “miui’s fault” simply because on other xiaomi phones i’ve got, with android9 or less, everything works smootly (also with latest miui 11 beta)… this makes me assume that’s somewhat related to Q or the way davx/opentasks register their permissions…
i don’t have another phone with Q w/out miui, so i can’t test if elsewhere is working
Eric last edited by
That worked for davx and opentasks.
Do you know the command for acalendar?
I still have an issue seeing my tasks there
Matthias J. last edited by
same problem with
Oneplus 8 pro
Oxygen OS 10.5.8.IN11BA
requires org.dmfs.permission.READ_TASKS, or grantUriPermission
Does it maybe work with DAVx5 3.1? The permissions have been reworked there. There’s also app settings / Permissions now.
Matthias J. last edited by Matthias J.
@rfc2822 app here is 126.96.36.199, is there a link to 3.1?
Edit: found it from f-droid.
3.1. working fine, issue solved!
i had the same problem with a samsung S4 (GT i9515) running lineage OS (lineage-17.1-20200926-nightly-jfvelte-signed) and the latest davx5 from F-Droid (v. 3.3.2-ose).
the slider to set the
Taskrights was set to
granted. The debug info showed the
the problem appeared after a fresh install. still i tried to uninstall both OpenTasks and davx5 and change the install order, since i remember that this used to be a solution, did not work f or me though.
i had to use adb as described by @paultt
here is some additional information for others who want to use adb and don’t know how to use it (like me):
first install adb for your system, open a command prompt and then type
user@pcname:~$ adb devices
on your phone, allow your computer to access the phone via adb, then open an adb shell and send the command to set the permissions, like so
user@pcname:~$ adb -d shell phonename:/ $ pm grant at.bitfire.davdroid org.dmfs.permission.READ_TASKS phonename:/ $ pm grant at.bitfire.davdroid org.dmfs.permission.WRITE_TASKS phonename:/ $ exit
i hope this helps.
Was it not possible to give the tasks permission in Android settings / Apps / DAVx5? (Where the button below the slider directs to)
yes, it was, but still the debug info of davx5 showed that READ_TASKS was
i am just now setting up a similar samsung s4 phone (GT i9505) and will report back soon about my findings.