Crash on sync calendar with owncloud
hi, i've installed davdroid 0.6.1 from f-droid and added my owncloud 6.0.4 account to it with url:
davdroid found my contacts and my calendar so i've added it
start syncing and contacts are ok but calendar make davdroid crash, i've tried adding a new event on the calendar and it not sync and davdroid crash, disable and re-enable sync make davdroid crash, also the events on my calendar are not showed on the phone
what do you need?
let me know what do you need so i can help you
Please read Reporting issues and provide logs (it's linked there).
Any news on this?
sorry if i disappeared but it was a rough august, i've tryed but i'm stuck on installing the android sdk on my debian machine, i hope to be able to dot it and add more info on this report
Just install android-tools-adb package (jessie or wheezy-backports), it would be enough to logcat
i've installed adb from repo, followed your wiki but:
adb logcat | egrep '^(E/)|(./davdroid)|(./ch.boye)'
- waiting for device -
and of course the device have debug usb mode enabled and it's connected to the pc
and if i do this:
error: insufficient permissions for device
i've also tried to run it from root, but nothing
@Darkmagister Did you try
sudo adb kill-serverand then
sudo adb start-server?
Unfortunately, I can't help you or find out what's happening without logs.
Same problem here. See log attached.
EDIT: is this log what you need? if not, tell me what kind of log you need!
anyone caring about this problem? would love to use davdroid, but without calendar sync its useless
The log seems to be incomplete, and I need exact instructions how to reproduce the problem. Please delete the DAVdroid account again. Then install the most recent version from Fdroid. Then set it up again and post every step that is required to reproduce the problem.
Any news on this?
after deleting all accounts, uninstall davdroid and reinstall the APK from FDroid the cal-sync is working now...must be fixed with one of the latest updates.
Ok thanks, so I'll close this issue.