0

I'm running aCal on my Samsung Galaxy S / Gingerbread and it isn't updating. Adding events pushes them out to my CalDAV server, but I don't see any events.

In aLogcat I see an awful lot of errors:

W/ActivityManager( 110): Permission Denial: broadcasting Intent { act=android.appwidget.action.APPWIDGET_UPDATE (has extras) } from com.morphoss.acal (pid=11107, uid=10003) requires null due to receiver com.android.settings/com.android.settings.widget.SettingsAppWidgetProvider

and

E/aCal DavParserFactory(14157): IO Exception when parsing XML

I can't figure out how much of this is aCal, how much is my phone, and how much is bad data from my CalDAV server (Chandler Hub)

0

I'm having similar issues on a Kindle Fire with iCloud. One quirky workaround is to open Settings | Servers and disable your server(s). Then re-enable them. That seems to force an update.

Edit:
a) Not sure about all calendars.
b) Right, it's a workaround, not a fix. But it address your questions:

"I can't figure out how much of this is aCal,"
Likely most of it, aCal being the one common element in both our observations.

"*how much is my phone, *"
Less likely, for the same reason.

"*and how much is bad data from my CalDAV server (Chandler Hub) *"
Ditto.

  • That works once, but a) it only syncs one calendar, not all three and b) it doesn't stick. – Amanda May 20 '13 at 12:58
0

It looks like an update to aCal has resolved my issues. So I still don't know how to troubleshoot, but it is working.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Not the answer you're looking for? Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.