Hello there, Joplin community. This is my first time posting a support request. I hope I'm getting it right.
I have been loving Joplin for a year or so (thanks, Laurent), and have just recently decided to buy a Joplin Cloud subscription, mostly to give something back. My notes were originally created on my Ubuntu laptop. I have only recently installed the Android app.
I am trying to sync both my Ubuntu laptop and my Android tablet with my Joplin Cloud database, so that the notes I have on my laptop can be accessed on the tablet.
My laptop syncs fine, from what I can tell. The Android tablet, however, returns the following error message from the Joplin server, and fails to download any of my notes:
JoplinServerApi: ""Error: uploadBlob: PUT https://api.joplincloud.com/api/items/root:/.resource/0d27cbf9f2c14e87ba11b1a4d435ab47:/content: Error: java.security.cert.CertPathValidatorException: Trust anchor for certification path not found.
I attach the relevant logs below.
I am using Joplin 2.6.8 on Android 7 (Kernel 3.10.84-14953299).
Here is the export of the debugging log:
syncReport-1640763043646.txt (131.7 KB)
Encryption is not enabled on the laptop. On the Android end, "Fail-safe" and "Ignore TLS Certificate" are enabled. The sync configuration check is successful.
Any suggestion of what might be causing the problem? Am I using too old a version of Android?
Cheers, and let me know if I omitted any crucial information.