Crash on HTC ONE SV
I can start the app and enter my Serveradress, Username and password but then it crashes.
i know you have some buggs with HTC… but this is very uncool
Im running Android 4.2.2 (original ROM) on a HTC One SV.
I have same proplem on Huawei G525 android 4.1.2
It Crashes multiple times. fetching several of Cal Events but crash in the middle of sync.
prev versions doesnt crash like this on this device.!!
currently using Davdroid 0.5.8
i have downgrade to 0.5.6-alpha and the problem gone.
Probably duplicate of #178
no not duplicated!
it crashes befor any snyc is done!
I can enter all the stuff like servername/address, login and password, but at the point where i hit “Enter” (or “next” or whatever you wanna call it) the app crashes.
i will try to make it tomorrow!
what do you mean by “create a user name/password for testing purposes”. Do you mean in the App or for my CalDAV server? Sorry i dont get it right now
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Can you create an account for us on your CalDAV server and send it to email@example.com together with the server address?
i would do it but my server is just in my local network there is no way out in the great and wonderful www, i’m sorry.
i hope that i can send you the logs tomorrow, i also send some via the bulit in service, i think its from Android or playstore maybe
But maybe it helps: im using Baikal Server on debian, with nginx php5, sqlite, Syncing via Card or CalDAV with other devices works like a charm
This is caused because
(new URI("https://192.168.000.155/")).getHost()returns null instead of the host name (but only the Android Java getHost(), as it seems).
According to RFC 3986: Uniform Resource Identifier (URI): Generic Syntax, 3.2.2 Host https://192.168.000.155/ is not a valid URI.
Definition of a host name:
host = IP-literal / IPv4address / reg-name IPv4address = dec-octet "." dec-octet "." dec-octet "." dec-octet dec-octet = DIGIT ; 0-9 / %x31-39 DIGIT ; 10-99 / "1" 2DIGIT ; 100-199 / "2" %x30-34 DIGIT ; 200-249 / "25" %x30-35 ; 250-255
000is not a dec-octet, thus 192.168.000.155 is not a valid host name.
Please use valid hostnames.
Additionally, DAVdroid has checked the hostname validity with new URL() instead of new URI(), causing it to accept the URL on the first dialog while crashing thereafter. This has been fixed.