Http works fine in serve but not on android device



I am trying to use, it works well in serve but does not work on the device (android 4.2.2 and 6.0.1).

Here is my code:

    JSON.stringify({ user: "xxx", pass: "xxx" }),
    { headers: this.database_m.defaultHeaders }
    data_p => console.log("OK"),
    error_p => console.log("error"),
    () => console.log("done")

This code is called when I press a button, here is my output for two press on the button:

0     136028   log      DEVICE READY FIRED AFTER, 1386, ms
1     188760   log      before
2     188778   log      after
0     192738   log      DEVICE READY FIRED AFTER, 1653, ms
1     194985   log      before
2     195007   log      after
0     196672   log      DEVICE READY FIRED AFTER, 743, ms

I don’t have any errors, the application seems to be restarting.
However it works perfectly in serve.

I checked and I do have the following lines in my AndroidManifest.xml:

<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE" />
<uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_WIFI_STATE" />

Also in my config.xml:

<allow-navigation href="http://*/*"/>
<allow-navigation href="https://*/*"/>
<allow-intent href="http://*/*"/>
<allow-intent href="https://*/*"/>
<access origin="*"/>

What am I missing?



Honestly not sure if this is still relevant but maybe you need the whitelist plugin?


Thanks, but I already have it installed.


Today I tried in a new empty project and it worked. So it is not an authorization problem and it is not a problem with my request.

The full function is actually like that:

public login(user_p: string, pass_p: string): Observable<void> {
    return new Observable<void>(observer_p => {
            JSON.stringify({ user: user_p, pass: pass_p }),
            { headers: this.database_m.defaultHeaders }
            data_p => {
            error_p => {
            () => console.log("done")

I did not think that could be the case but the problem actually comes from the being inside the subscription inside the new Observable.

Am I not allowed to do that?


The crash was actually caused by something else…