Public Google calendar refuses to auto-refresh
I have 3 public Google calendars linked. Every day when it updates, I get a bad connection notice. All 3 links failed.
But when I simply swipe down to manually refresh, the connection failed notifications, go away and presumably the links refresh.
This happens every day. Is there a tracker I’m blocking that would cause this… “calendar.google.com” is whitelisted, but it didn’t help.
Sounds like the network is not connected when the sync is started by Android. Are you in WiFi or mobile network when that happens? Did you try to set “Keep WiFi connection in standby” in WiFi settings?
@rfc2822 This got me thinking… and I’m thinking that “battery optimization” is the culprit. Wifi hasn’t been an issue, but I’ve not yet ruled out data.
A question… I received the following notification at 9:52 AM today…
Unable to resolve host “calendar.google.com”. No address associated with hostname.
I then changed battery optimization to exclude ICSx5 and waited another 2 hours to see the result.
But well after the 2 hour interval, the original 9:52AM notice was still present. This seemed odd as I would have expected either
- no notice, indicating that the connection was successful, or
- a new error notice, time-stamped at approximately 11:52AM
What happened? Did the 11:52AM connection succeed without removing the 9:52AM notfification? Or?
I think I suffer from the same problem as in the latest comment.
I’m trying to sync a calendar with the following address:
However, for a couple of days now, I receive the following error message once per day (which is my sync interval):
Unable to resolve host “calendar.google.com”: No address associated with hostname
I noticed that the associated web address is depicted a little bit different than what I entered in the first place? It reads
Manual syncronisation appears to work, though.
Good catch. The URL difference you posted mirrors my experience.
@Telos verifie sie tuas suffisament de l’espace dans ton appareil,si oui faitet une mis àjours du systems.
Yes. Updated and space available. Not every sync fails. I’m not sure the source, but in Android 10 I have excluded the app from battery optimization. I’ll see in a few days, If not connection issues, I will return app to battery optimization to see if connections fails reoccur. Thank you.