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Observed results: - Blank page rendered, no error message. https:// it be a problem of your providers 3G network?Additional information: - Encountered when attempting to use iphone.facebook.com, as the login handler uses SSL. Initially thought it was only when the script redirected in an SSL connection, but on further testing the bug occurs even when loading a totally static page over SSL. Does it only happen with a few pages, if yes which ones show this behaviour? Viewing https:// yeilds the same condition I described (fails to load unless on Wi Fi). I think it's very unlikely this is a carrier problem, but I'm on Orange UK. I think that at the LEAST though, the browser application should report a meaningful error, instead of just showing a blank page.Android code version you are running: - Firmware: Android 1.5 - Baseband Version: 62.50S.20.17U_2.I - Kernel Version: 2.6.27-00393-g6607056 [email protected]#1 - Build No: CRC1 Describe the problem: - When connecting to a web page secured with a valid SSL certificate using the Browser application, the page fails to render if connected to a network though any method other than local Wi-Fi. Create a web page secured with a valid SSL certificate 2.Connect using 3G/EDGE/GPRS (disable Wi-Fi) in Android 3.
If any error is encountered a message should be displayed to the user for troubleshooting purposes.Using "internet" APN with proxy results in no network at all (theres probably no proxy behind the internet APN) - Model: HTC Magic - Firmware: Android 1.5 - Baseband Version: 62.52S.20.18U_3. - Kernel Version: 2.6.27-dd63d1eb [email protected] - Build No: 2.16.401.5 146733 CL#33743 release keys /Cheers Just a confirmation on comment 15. MMS port My setting have the Proxy IP and Port but no MMS proxy and MMS port, MMS protocal is WAP 2.0, but I still fail to access SSL pages, it will display "Web page not available" However, if I empty the proxy IP and Port, I cannot access any website. Then, I have the android browsers webpage unavailable page. The Droid browser complains that the certificate is not trusted (though any modern desktop browser trusts it) and then doesn't complete the connection after clearing the warning message.Using "wap" APN without proxy results in the SSL page loading correctly. For proxy use on wap APN use these settings: Proxy: 126.96.36.199 Port: 8080 ------------- APN: mms MMSC: MMS proxy: 188.8.131.52 MMS port: 8080 MCC: 238 MNC: 01 APN type: mms Any other setting is set to More specifically I get an error box saying "the server failed to communicate.Using "internet" APN without proxy results in correctly loaded SSL page. Try again later" and the box is labelled "data connectivity problem". My company website uses https with a certicate chained through Entrust.This indicates a problem with the Android "Browser" application as opposed to any carrier/network restriction. After a factory reset, however, the problem temporarily disapeared.