@Fraggle Thanks for the update!
I/O error : No peer certificate
I just created my own certificate, and when I want to create a new account on my samsung S4, I get this error (Firefox doesn’t complain about my certificate).
If you’re using a self signed certificate, take a look at this: http://davdroid.bitfire.at/configuration/#c77
I have the exact same issue, but I’m using a certificate that is signed by StartCom. Any ideas?
@arno-github: Please see http://davdroid.bitfire.at/faq/#c79
@jannispinter: Please see http://code.google.com/p/android/issues/detail?id=21632, you may have to import this CA too.
Importing StartCom’s ca.crt worked, thanks!
@rfc2822 I’ve read this part of the configuration instructions, but perhaps it’s the way I import the certificate that’s wrong ? Here how I do :
I display my site on https, Firefox warns me the certificate is unknown, I display the certificate and export it in DER format, with an CER extension. Then I install this file in the security/parameters of android, which tells me the certificate is installed.
Then I try to see my certificate in the user tab, but… nothing (I haven’t verified before…).
Edit : I’ve created a new certificate following the link https://wiki.debian.org/Self-Signed_Certificate (that’s not that way I created the former one…), but… THANKS !!! It’s ok now