I second this. The ability to hide an app’s icon is already found in apps such as Google’s keyboard. Getting rid of its icon would save precious screen real estate in my launcher.
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