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Some problems with android

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Hi there,

First of all, I really like this site. Gave me plenty of good info over time already and helped me out on some things I couldn't find elsewhere. Finally decided to sign up as I have some things with me new Legend that I can't figure out.

I'm not sure if this is the proper forum section but I think its more suited to android in general than anything else.

2, or rather 3 problems I have with android are very important to me as I used them daily on my Touch Diamond (WM).

The first thing is I can't login to my uni website. Its a site with a .jsp extension and you are supposed to get a login screen when you go there. Guess what my problem is :rolleyes: The message I get from the website is:

You are not authorized to view this page. In short it says im not allowed to see this page with the credentials provided (which would be none as the login popup screen doesnt appear) because your webbrowser is sending a WWW authenticate header field that the webserver is not configured to accept.

Now, I think I also got this message on my WM phone but if you just wait for a moment/refresh I would just show the login screen and work fine after that. But android doesnt.

I tried playing around with the browser settings like disabling blocking popups etc but that doesnt seem to make a difference.

My uni webmail also and android also don't play nice. Its a normal exchange webmail site but I can't get android to save my credentials which is kinda annoing because having to retype your credentials 5 times a day is annoing. It doesn't matter if I click the private or public pc button in the login field. Opera on my WM device would just ask to save the crendentials or not and automatically show them next time.

Ofcourse I got things like cookies etc all on. Is there anyway to have android save my credentials?

Second is the agenda. Now I don't use it a lot but I always displayed upcoming appointments on my lockscreen which rocks because it prevents you from having to open the agenda. Can I also do this in HTC sense? I know there are apps that do this but they seem to replace the sense one. I don't want that, I just want to see upcoming appointments.

Another thing is a simple data connection killer. The only thing I want to do is kill a data connection when its idle. Nothing more. Apps can connect whenever they want. But all those apps like juicedefender are too complicated and they seem to actually kill syncing as far as I've tested. The main problem is probably that the windows they open up the connection isnt synced with the mail app etc.

Sooo lots of questions and I hope there are some anwsers to them. Especially the browser related onces have a high priority for me.

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