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Saturday, 2 September 2017

How To Fix SSL Connection Error On Android

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You will agree with me that in todays world our lives depend on the internet to find a solution even the little problem we can solve by ourself by just twisting our brain. Connection problem may pop up especially when you less expect it or have an important task to do on the net most of this connection problem are very very easy to solve. In the case of study of today, we are going to learn together how to solve some this problem which we are going to focus on TSL Connection problem.


TSL connection intercepted or blocked for a few technical issue which mostly is a very simple to sort out. First, before I continue, I advise you always keep your Android updated – many users are not aware of how first and effective updating is on Android. It brings plenty of benefits such as fixes most system bug issues. Better performance and its sources, security, improves battery life, more modern design material which provides further unification of the platform, more compatible with specific apps which require new Android versions, Luckily, the power of information guides us through. Here you will find steps on how to fix SSL connection errors in Google Chrome, Firefox, UC Browser on your Android phone. Without wasting your time let’s dive in, shall we?

How You Can Fix SSL Connection Errors In Android

1. Debug Your Internet Connection

  • Now try out another connection, if it works on another type of connection try to reset all setting it will erase all Internet data such as Wi-Fi connection data including all password.
  • Try to opening a different page
Try with a different connection including 3g. If it works means the bug is in your router Wi-Fi connection or Android Wi-Fi settings. If it does not work with 3g either. It is crucial that you check if it is happening with every page that you are trying to access. Also, try to test your Internet in another device or PC and try to open the same page.

The problem with the connection may pop up out of nowhere when you do not expect. Nowadays most of our life depends on the Internet. TSL connection intercepted or blocked for a few technical issue which mostly is a very simple to sort out.

First of all – always keep your Android updated – many users are not aware of how first and effective updating is on Android. It brings plenty of benefits such as fixes most system bug issues. Better performance and its sources, security, improves battery life, more modern design material which provides further unification of the platform, more compatible with specific apps which require new Android versions, Luckily, the power of information guides us through. Here you will find steps on how to fix SSL connection errors in Google Chrome, Firefox, UC Browser on your Android phone. Without wasting your time let’s dive in, shall we?

2. Correct the Date & Time

Your phone date & time can change automatically. Be sure that the time is right according to your current location. Plus, bugs can alter date and time setting. If it is incorrect. Access system settings, then tap “Date and Time.” On the next screen uncheck “Automatic date and time” then select “Set Date” or “Set Time.”

3. Update Outdated Apps

Updating the apps play a significant role in improving your overall browsing activity and also let you experience the error-free usage. To do that,

Open Google Play on your device and tap the menu at the top left a corner of the screen.
Tap on My Apps to see your list of installed apps. Your list will tell you which Apps need to be updated.
Check for any updates available for your web browsers.
Tap on the Update button.

 4. Clear Browsing History & Caches

Another handy tool to fix SLL bugs is erasing historic Beta of your browser: if you tried all the available browsers and yet the bug remains, try to fix SSL issue by erasing all the content of browsers in historic option. To do that in web browsers,

Chrome


  • Open the Chrome App.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Under Advanced, tap Privacy. Clear browsing data.
  • At the top, tap the drop down under “Clear data from the.”
  • Choose a period, such as past hour or the previous day. To delete everything, select the beginning of time.
  • Select the types of information you want to remove.
  • Tap Clear data.


5. Swap Network Connection

If you are using the public Wi-Fi connection, probably might be causing SSL problem due to insecurity risks it can block pages on the Internet.  If correcting date & time, updating the browser and cleaning browser history do not work, try a private wifi connection your own or a friend.


  • From the home screen, tap the “Apps” icon
  • Tap “Settings.”
  • Tap “Wi-Fi.”
  • Click more.
  • ”Tap “Smart network switch”.
  • ”Tap “Off” to disable or “On” to enable.


6. Disable Anti-Virus

Unfortunately, even your antivirus or security apps can block and cause some SSL connections failure. Try temporarily disabling it and then start browsing again. Check with your Anti-Virus provider if you need assistance to disable it.



  • Lastly,  if all the above tips do not sort SSL bug. Try to restore your Android to “Fabric Mode.” This process is very invasive and should be used as a last option. By restoring your phone, it will Erase all your Android contents (photos, data, notes, etc.).
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap General & Backup and reset.
  • Tap Factory data reset.
  • Tap Reset device.
  • Tap Delete all.


It recommended to backup your file before going for this option. To be more specific, your phone system will be like brand new, as you just bought it. You will have to configure it again. Restore might fix most of the bugs of any kind.

The following information also shows the option to backup your device above the factory mode option. The backup time proceeding will depend on the quantity of files you have on your device.


  • Tap Reset Device.
  • Tap Backup and Reset.
  • Tap Apps.
  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap Factory data reset.
  • Tap Erase Everything.


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3 comments:

  1. pls oga wisprof are you not going to reward top commentators with free airtime for August?

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    1. From the previous post I made about the top commentator. I said we will start rewarding people starting from this month (September).

      So keep commenting and also invite others to do the same.

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  2. Nice update wis , learnt something new , on updating our android phone . I was having problems on memory space for my android until I saw This

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