Unknown error at initialisation

Thomas Leber shared this question 1 year ago
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After setting rights, during the initialisation following error occurs: java.security.cert.certpathvalidatorexception trust anchor for certification path not found


Software was installed before - error occurred during re-installation

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Good day Thomas,

sorry to hear about such troubles. May you write us something more about your device? Manufacturer, version of Android, official or some custom ROM? Thank you.

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Sorry, forogot to mention: Device Nexus 5x SW: 6.0.1, plain Android, no custom Sw

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Good day Thomas,


I'm worried that I have no solution for you here. Error you see should not ever happen. It say that your Android device is missing certificate to verify communication between your device and our server. But all Android devices should be able to communicate with Google server we use for Locus.


I never saw such error and to be true, I have absolutely no idea, what may I, as an app developer, do with this problem. It really looks like there are missing some basic certifications in your device. It is original ROM from Google you use in your device?

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Hi, thank you for the reply, it is the stock OS, without any system mods or similar. But in the meantime, I've tried the obvious. A systemd reboot, was the solution. Thanks again for the fast response, another reason for me, to get the pro Version.

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Hello Thomas. Reboot really helped?? It is the best cure ever :). Glad to hear it.

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