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    Thanks Ted. Works for me now.
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    can't login

    I added the new forum to tapatalk and can't login.

    An error about an expected start tag flashes up then goes away.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 196874 View Post
    I added the new forum to tapatalk and can't login.

    An error about an expected start tag flashes up then goes away.

    Any ideas?

    Thanks!
    Could be a number of things but most likely easy to remedy. A few of the previous pages in this thread probably have the best advice. Your device most likely had old forum information stored and therefore Tapatalk is trying, but with the wrong "key". Your device needs to be cleaned of the old info......the URL is now a bit different, so the history, cache, and cookies need to be updated.
    Some more reading here- http://forums.bmwmoa.org/showthread....rum-Operations
    And here- http://forums.bmwmoa.org/showthread....cussion-thread
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    I have removed the old BMW MOA site from tapatalk.
    I have uninstalled and re-installed Tapatalk.
    I have added the new BMW MOA forum to Tapatalk.
    Error are reported in my last post

    TapatalkError.png

    I then changed my password.. man that was a pain in the butt.
    As part of that I came to notice that the BMWMOA.org site is hosted by YM-Site.com and that the SSL certificate for BMWMOR.ORG is invalid because it the SSL cert was issued for YM-Site.com then used on BMWMOA.org
    Use chrome. Go hear: https://forums.bmwmoa.org/ See errors.

    My guess is that if you fix your SSL certificate you'll fix your tapatalk problems.

    Hope that helps...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 196874 View Post
    Use chrome. Go hear: https://forums.bmwmoa.org/ See errors.
    I'm not sure why you are referencing the URL that begins with https. The forum is not located at that URL. What am I missing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20774 View Post
    I'm not sure why you are referencing the URL that begins with https. The forum is not located at that URL. What am I missing?
    I think it sorta is Kurt, the "pointer" hides it-
    http://forums.bmwmoa.org/showthread....k-access/page6
    The bookmark should be as it is at the top of the screen now. The "new" bookmark will help "skip over" old info, still bed to rid the device of the old info. Some devices seem to be running a "script" of some sort that cleans old info on some regular basis. IMO, it's still best to manually configure the device to clean itself out on a regular basis. This is usually done through settings in the browser and history settings.
    I think the OP actually forced a new "cookie" and with the reset of Tapatalk, got himself going
    When I do a reconfiguration such as we are trying to explain, I like to go a step at a time. It takes way longer and is way more work but lets me know where the problem actually wuz.
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    I guess I'm not seeing the need to consider the "https" URL...I don't see that anywhere and AFAIK have never seen it associated with the MOA.
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    Https should be used any time you login. If you don't your password is sent over the internet in plain text and anyone can see your password. Tapatalk should be using and expecting ssl from your site.

    Also clearing your browser cache and cookies has nothing to do with tapatalk.

    My $.02. You have a very complicated setup with all these domain redirects. I assume you hired site YM. They should fix this.

    Thanks

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    I'm looking into this on the tapatalk forum too.

    If they have input I'll share that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 196874 View Post
    I'm looking into this on the tapatalk forum too.

    If they have input I'll share that.
    That would be great. It seemed like most have had the trouble 'cuz the URL changed and Tapatalk recognized that and kept going in the wrong place- sorta.
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    Ted seems to have the magic on this...he's helped others in the past. Drop him a PM.
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    Tapatalk is out of date on this site was their first comment. Time to upgrade.

    http://forums.bmwmoa.org/mobiquo/mobiquo.php

    Forum XMLRPC Interface for Tapatalk Application

    Current Tapatalk plugin version: 5.2.2
    Latest Tapatalk plugin version: 5.3.1
    Attachment upload interface status: Inaccessible
    Push notification interface status: Inaccessible

    Tapatalk API for Universal Forum Access
    For more details, please visit https://tapatalk.com

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    Thanks for the leg work! I'll make sure Ted is aware of this.
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    Two Versions of Tapatalk

    I use to be able to login via Tapatalk on my iPhone or my iPad but mostly used my iPad to browse the Forums. Then a few weeks back no luck logging in. I did all of the usual tricks, delete from device, reboot, re-install. All my other riding sites no problem but here, no luck.

    Also which version of Tapatalk for iOS should I be using?

    Tapatalk by Quoord Systems
    Tapatalk HD for iPad by Tapatalk

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