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Already on GitHub? Sign in to your account doesn't work if HTTPs filtering is enabled #530

Eugene-Savenko opened this issue May 4, 2016 · 4 comments


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@Eugene-Savenko Eugene-Savenko commented May 4, 2016

Android: App "HERE Maps" doesn't work correctly with HTTPS filtering
I'm using the current final 2.5.196 for Android.

After adding the package name ( to the HTTPS whitelist, the app works again as intended. Maybe you could add that app to your default whitelist in one of the next versions (betas)?

@ameshkov ameshkov added this to the 2.6 milestone May 4, 2016

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@Revertron Revertron commented May 6, 2016

Need more info. It seems I've tried everything, and only loading of map was delayed for about 30 seconds, but eventually loaded and the app is working flawlessly.


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@engelhro engelhro commented May 11, 2016

As I was the user originally sending in the problem report: some information got lost on the way from the actual ticket to the issue above.

I'll cite the relevant part:

when accessing the voice options for the navigation an „download of initial data failed“ message appears, and login into ones account (for synchronization of favourites etc.) is also not possible.

So the app works regarding map loading and navigation on the map, but other features like the voice downloads or (more important) the login (to sync favorites etc.) do not work while HTTPS filtering is activated.

Thanks for having another look!


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@ameshkov ameshkov commented May 15, 2016

@engelhro thank you for the details, we'll take another look


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@Revertron Revertron commented May 16, 2016

Okay, adding '' & '' to https exceptions will fix it. We will add it to the list.

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