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Sep 17, 2017 10:13 |  #16

Ok I have reset my tablet and no go.. I then remembered, my wife has the same tablet so I borrowed hers and tried adorama website on the samsung internet browser, and I had the same ssl issue, what's sad is that I remember I bought these tablets from adorama 2 or 3 years ago :)
Anyway I can use the other browser so I ain't bothered now.

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Sep 17, 2017 10:35 |  #17

Nobody mentioned Qflash trio.




  
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Sep 17, 2017 12:18 |  #18

strobe monkey wrote in post #18454150 (external link)
Ok I have reset my tablet and no go.. I then remembered, my wife has the same tablet so I borrowed hers and tried adorama website on the samsung internet browser, and I had the same ssl issue, what's sad is that I remember I bought these tablets from adorama 2 or 3 years ago :)

Do you get any message with the error? Be specific as to wording.




  
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Sep 17, 2017 15:16 |  #19

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Don't be so sure.

I just got done working as a contractor at a large motor vehicle company and one of their websites not only is chronically buggy, the site support people are completely unhelpful and quite rude.

Having had a problem all day with my incoming email, I can say 100% that Zvi, the guy allocated to sort me out, could not have been more focussed or more kind.


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Sep 17, 2017 15:55 |  #20

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Do you get any message with the error? Be specific as to wording.

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Sep 17, 2017 16:07 |  #21

HelenOster wrote in post #18454345 (external link)
Having had a problem all day with my incoming email, I can say 100% that Zvi, the guy allocated to sort me out, could not have been more focussed or more kind.

It's nice when they are, awful when they're not, especially when you're trying to help somebody at a dealership with a problem and the company's own web site's support staff act like they just don't care.

Personally, I've never had that kind of problem with Adorama's site.




  
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Sep 17, 2017 16:14 |  #22

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What browser on what platform are you using?

This happens sometimes on Internet Explorer, either when SSL/TLS aren't configured properly in "Internet Options => Advanced", or when the browser needs to be in "Compatibility Mode".

As I previously alluded to, there are some sites which require very particular settings. Some actually require more than one browser to do different things, due to how particular pages are coded.

If you're using iE, I'd try turning on "Compatibility Mode", then turning on all of the "SSL/TLS" options in "Internet Options => Advanced".




  
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Sep 17, 2017 18:30 |  #23

Temma wrote in post #18454386 (external link)
What browser on what platform are you using?

This happens sometimes on Internet Explorer, either when SSL/TLS aren't configured properly in "Internet Options => Advanced", or when the browser needs to be in "Compatibility Mode".

As I previously alluded to, there are some sites which require very particular settings. Some actually require more than one browser to do different things, due to how particular pages are coded.

If you're using iE, I'd try turning on "Compatibility Mode", then turning on all of the "SSL/TLS" options in "Internet Options => Advanced".

It's the native samsung web browser. I couldn't find those options you listed.


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Sep 17, 2017 19:06 |  #24

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It's the native samsung web browser. I couldn't find those options you listed.

I used to have a Samsung phone. I didn't use their browser.

Try downloading Chrome or Dolphin. Either should be in the app store.




  
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Sep 17, 2017 21:06 |  #25

I would try the steps in my previous link or this link...https://www.digitbin.c​om/fix-https-ssl-error-android/ (external link). Don't do the device reset that is usually listed last. There is just too much work involved.

As others have suggested, Google Chrome for Android is a much better browser than the stock Android browser. Look for it in the Google Play store.




  
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