I’m using the default app of Cyanogenmod, and I do see the calendar in my calendar app and it’s checked to view it.
There are two options: one to view it, another to synchronize it. The latter one can be reached from the menu of the first one (at least on my device / in Etar), and the thing that matters here is how it is enabled for synchronization. Whether it’s displayed in the calendar doesn’t matter for DAVdroid.
Actually, my calendar is working with my account on our owncloud, but I’m sharing the calendar of my girlfriend, wich is big. And that one wont synchronise on my mobile. Sins two day, she does have a new Lenovo mobile phone with Android 5.1 (Like my cyanogen) and I’m unable to synchronise her calendar on it neither.
I don’t think that this problem is related to whether the calendar is “big” or not – after all, it’s not synchronized, so DAVdroid won’t even see that it’s “big”.
If I’m using easy-dav it’s working… I will try to install ETAR and see wath append.
EasyDAV is just a DAVdroid 0.8.x, re-branded by someone else.
About the log? Am I oblige to connect with adb? There is an option where it’s written that it will be logged in /storage/emulated/0/Android/data/at.bitfire.davdroid/files. But when i do enable that option, each time DAVDroid try to synchronise that account, I do get a message “DAVDroid” has stop. So I can’t enable the logging option…
I thought you have already got logs?
If the logs to SDcard crash, then you will have to use adb, yes.