Thank you that link helped. The Problem is gone now.
However OpenTask should ask for permission instead of letting the user unknowing he has to request them by hand through the settings.
DAVx5 not respecting global sync setting
My webdav server is temporarily down, so DAVx5 is periodically spamming synchronization errors, which is expected behavior.
I then manually disabled system-wide automatic synchronization, to get it to stop, but I still periodically get the synchronization errors.
This suggests to me, that the application is either not aware of the global sync setting or is not respecting it.
When I open the application, there is a message saying “System-wide automatic synchronization is disabled”, so it clearly knows that I have disabled sync.
Is this intended behavior?
Version info says 3.3-ose (303000006) on a Samsung Galaxy XCover Pro running Android 10 with latest updates.
@kobberholm If you could attach debug logs here, then someone can tell what triggered the sync.
I had disabled DAVx5’s notification-permissions to make it quiet for a while, so I could not say for sure if it was still going on.
I now enabled verbose logging and re-enabled notifications. So I know for sure, that the sync (and sync errors) are till going on and here is the log file.
Hope you can see what might be wrong. Thanks
I have set up a new Nextcloud server and deleted the old account, so the issue no longer occurs.
I suspect it was Etar that kept trying to get updates regardless of global sync setting.