When using the standard internet app on mobile data (3G/HSDPA) I get the error for all webpages:
Web page not available:
The web page at: ############# could not be loaded as:
HTTP error code: 504
All other apps that require internet/data over mobile network function correctly (e.g. facebook, maps, twitter etc). When using the standard internet app on wi-fi it works fine, so I decided to download another browser (opera) and without inputting any settings it works fine on the mobile network and wifi.
One theory, after the recent update of 1.32.405.6 this may have caused this problem???
When looking at the settings, under wireless and settings, mobile network sometimes displays 'not connected' after using the internet app.
I've gone through all the settings, and can't see any issues? I've deleted cache, 'force stop', restarted the phone, removed the battery and sim card and restarted phone. I'm thinking it has to be a software issue with the internet app as i can use the 3G/HSPDA connection through other apps.
I've been having issues lately with Hotmail Mobile, and it was working fine up until about a week ago.I have troubles deleting emails. For instance, when I go to the "junk" folder, and click the box to highlight them all and then delete them, it will only put a check box in the very top email. And if I check them all individually and click delete, it won't delete. In fact delete doesn't work at all.Also, I can't open attachments. It just says "loading", and the little "circle hourglass thingy" keeps spinning around and around. Other than these issues, I can read my emails totally fine.I know that I can just go to the pc site instead of the mobile site, but I preferred the mobile one on my phone.
just wondering if anyone is having the same issues as me with YouTube.The audio and video with the built in app is slightly off sync, with the picture moving very slightly ahead of the audio.There is an issue with subscriptions where a few selected channels show 0 videos, and going in results in all videos bringing up an error Viewing the site through the web browser is great, with subscriptions showing fine with new videos, but the flash player is not up to speed and this time the picture is quite far ahead of the video, to the point where it isn't really watchable. I don't think its just me, and I hope there might be an update soon as I can't find a workaround.
I have source code from an appli running on android 3.2 with a WAMP Server and WowZa Server on my desktop. I have to make it accept the HLS (Http Live Streaming). I saw on the web that the Vitamio Library can do that so i used it. I know that natively, android 3.0+ do it well but i do not succeeded make it work successfully.
The player is successfully displayed but no video starts..After a reboot of my router (because my server didn't answer), the player crash each time.
Somestimes yes, sometimes no, i have some logs, they are as attachment.I think a buffer problem...
I think I have to implement this method (at the end of my code) but i know what type in it.public void onBufferingUpdate(MediaPlayer mPlayer, int percent)
how can I catch a HTTP 403 error? I use the HttpURLConnection to establish a HTTP connection with Base Authentication. When the authentication fails I get a FileNotFoundException :-( Why I doesn't get a HttpResponseException?
Android Version: 2.2 T-Mobile branded Network: Base - a brand of e-plus, Germany Taskiller Used: None Issue: Switch on tethering OR mobile hotspot ->mobile network dies
I've installed Froyo on a T-Mobile branded Desire. After the update, turning on USB tethering leads to immediate loss of mobile network - it just turns itself off. Same goes for the mobile Wifi hotspot: turn on -> for 2 seconds, it's working -> mobile network drops off. Moving into airplane mode and back brings back the network, but tethering is a goner. With 2.1, USB tethering had worked. I'm on Base, a brand of e-plus. I've talked to their customer services, they say Base absolutely supports tethering.
I'm working in android application.I create a web service in java.Now i want to refer a webservice using HTTP. but i got 'Permission Denied' Error while the debugger reached the last line. The Code is:
My Android application needs to react differently to different Mobile Country Codes. It seems like it is hardcoded to mcc310 (US). I can read this value from TelephonyManager.getSimCountryIso() or by using a resource folder like res/values-mcc123/, but how do I set this value in the emulator?
I'm doing some initial research on smart phone development, and I noticed that Android and Windows Mobile both support c++ for application development. I was curious if anyone had any experience trying to manage shared files between both Android and Windows Mobile, and to what extent that code can be shared? e.g. no user interface can be shared, but web service and business logic classes can be shared, etc.