Logging in from mobile
#1
My mobile has a different ISP than my laptop - is that why I get 'invalid authorization' when I try to log on? I stay logged in on my laptop because I forget my password Sad
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#2
not really. sometimes trying to log in from a laptop might not work because it has a different operating system. if it's firefox for instance it should be good to go
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#3
(08-10-2019, 10:40 AM)billy Wrote:  not really. sometimes trying to log in from a laptop might not work because it has a different operating system. if it's firefox for instance it should be good to go


laptop is fine - phone won't connect
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#4
then it's definitely a phone problem Big Grin

android should allow logging on. so should firefox. i can log in on all my appliances...okay, well not my toaster but you know what i mean. all i can think is it's the settings on your phone that need tweaking.
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#5
It could be the settings.  If you have it set to block cookies, then for some reason it won’t let you sign in to Pigpen.  At least that’s what happens on my phone.
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#6
(08-10-2019, 04:38 PM)billy Wrote:  i can log in on all my appliances...okay, well not my toaster but you know what i mean.
I must have a pretty good toaster then.

Or maybe just a computer that overheats too often.
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#7
(08-10-2019, 08:44 PM)Quixilated Wrote:  It could be the settings.  If you have it set to block cookies, then for some reason it won’t let you sign in to Pigpen.  At least that’s what happens on my phone.


I'll summon the settings menu. Then seek help from a pre-teen. Smile
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