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From "Sebastian Futschikato (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] [Commented] (CB-5998) Internet access over mobile network does not work
Date Tue, 18 Feb 2014 16:13:19 GMT


Sebastian Futschikato commented on CB-5998:

Thanks for your answer. Yes, the APN settings list a proxy. I went to my provider's internet
page and it lists APN settings for android without a proxy. I set up an new APN with the given
settings and now it all works (even my ajax requests). Hooray :) Thank you, thank you a hundred
thousand times :)

> Internet access over mobile network does not work
> -------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CB-5998
>                 URL:
>             Project: Apache Cordova
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Android
>    Affects Versions: 3.3.0
>         Environment: *OS*: ArchLinux
> *Devices*: Huawei Ideos X3 and Samsung Galaxy S II (both with Android 2.3.x)
>            Reporter: Sebastian Futschikato
> Hi folks :)
> My app cannot access the internet over the mobile network (cell phone system) although
the ordinary android browser has access to the internet. Over WLAN the app can access the
internet. Here some details:
> - I chowned the global PhoneGap/Cordova folder to the current user in order to debar
permission problems.
> - I created a brand-new test project (with CLI) with just a page and a link on it. If
you click the link, with WLAN the app loads the internet page, with mobile network an application
error occurs ("The connection to the server was unsuccessful.")
> - I tested it with the following plugins activated: network-information, inappbrowser,
> - I removed and added the plugins again + rebuilt the app.
> - I tested it with no plugins activated (also with a brand-new project).
> - I also built the app with the PhoneGap Build Service - didn't help either.
> - The geolocation API does not seem to work either but I focussed more on the internet
problem. On the other hand, APIs like the camera or notifications work as expected.
> I don't know what's wrong. To me it looks like a bug. Can anyone confirm this?
> Regards,
> Sebastian
> *Edit:* Ok, the geolocation API works as well. The documentation listed a "quirk" for
android that works for me.

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