Getting "400 Bad request" using versions newer that 0.7.3 on sync attempts

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When upgrading to versions newer that 0.7.3 (from f-droid.org repo) any sync attempt with my owncloud provider (my.owndrive.com) return a "400 Bad request"
Android version is 4.4.2 (x86) on Asus Zenfone 5 (ASUS_T00J)

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Thanks for your report. Please read Reporting issues and provide all information mentioned there, including detailled steps to reproduce the issue, client and server software details, and verbose logs.

I can understand that you think DAVdroid is the cause, but "400 Bad request" sounds like a server error to me.

Temporal relations are not necessarily causal relations.

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Will try to get as much info as possible although my owncloud is a SaaS service, so i have no access to logs.
Anyway I have to say I am skeptical about a server issue, since by downgrading to 0.7.3 (from f-droid.org) I am now able to sync again...

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it seems that removing the app and reinstalling it to the latest version (0.7.6 from f-droid) solved the issue. Thus probably something related to my terminal...
Thank you for the attention anyway

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I'm here to confirm the error, I've hat the same problem with posteo.de (contacts okay, but error occured when syncing calendar afterwards). After downgrading, in my case to version 0.7.2 f-droid, the issue was gone.

I'll try the uninstall/reinstall solution mentioned by @IvanRossi and if problems persist in my case, provide detailed information on this.

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I think the uninstall/reinstall approach solved it for me too. automatic as well as manually triggered syncronisations work without any notifications and my data is still there 😉

Thanks!

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Just a small addition: I've found that posteo.de sometimes seems to block requests or so. I don't know exactly but sometimes it's not working or updating while we're testing before a new release. Hoewever: in all cases, after some time, snyc works again without problems.

One must still have chaos in oneself to be able to give birth to a dancing star. – Friedrich Nietzsche

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I had the same issue with 0.7.7 using my own instance of OC server and uninstall/re-install helped, so it seems there is some issue with davdroid...

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It seems that there are many other bugs that are possibly duplicates of this one: #411, #427, #508.

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@IvanRossi Why did you re-open this issue? Did you experience problems again?

Temporal relations are not necessarily causal relations.

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no just wanted to add some references, seems i clicked the wrong button to post my comments..

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