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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by tjreishus, Jun 8, 2010.

  1. tjreishus

    tjreishus Android Enthusiast
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    Since I moved to 2.2, I am getting this message when trying to navigate to one of my company websites.

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    Its a website that I was able to navigate to before and my co-workers with 2.1 are still able to access.
     

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  2. cpictor

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    I have the same prob on my HTC Desire on FroYo. I think it is to do with being unable to access websites using SSL encryption. e.g. https://www.google.com won't work but Google will work. I left it a few hours yesterday and it magically started working again, but now its back to square one again. Still searching for a solution..
     
  3. ollyshaw

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    I've been having the same problem on my HTC Desire over the last couple of days. I'm on three mobile.

    To fix I went to Settings->wireless and network -> Mobile Networks -> Access point names

    Then click menu and then "restore to default"

    Seems to get it back to normal.

    Hopefully it's a carrier problem, but it does not seem to permanently fix it. I'd be keen to hear any other suggestions.

    Olly
     

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