|ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dgjlee||11/25/08 5:55 AM|
A few facts... HTC TYTN II, Windows Mobile 6.1, Using IE, Orange UK.
I am suffering from ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST when accessing google mobile services. Here are a few example of when this happens
- I visit the www.google.com site from my device for searching quite a bit. I can always get to the site. Upon entering my request and clicking on search 9 out of 10 times I get ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST.
- Signed into my igoogle home page on my device. Home page display fine. I f I click on any of my rss, gmail or practically any other link I get the ERROR 400
- Go to gmail directly and try to sign in ERROR 400
I have tried, clearing all cookies and cached files from my devices. Re flashing the device. I have just bought a new HTC Touch Pro which is Vodafone and I am getting the same on this.
This is very frustrating as maybe 1 out of 10 times a link will work.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||Ash||11/25/08 9:50 AM|
Are you only getting 400 errors when visiting Google sites, or any website in general?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dgjlee||11/25/08 11:22 AM|
Thanks for taking a look.
Never had the problem with any other sites.The problem is only ever on google sites as mentioned or sites linked through when they are re-sized or controlled via google. For example I have the BBC news plug in on my iGoogle home page and when I click through on the links I get the error 9 out of 10 times (this not an exaggeration!). Visiting the BBC site directly is 100% fine.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||ianc||12/6/08 6:19 AM|
I would also like to say that I'm getting this problem too, and it also seems to be related only to Google sites.
I have an Orange SPV e650 (which is a rebadged HTC S710) which runs WM6. I also have an older Orange SPV M3100 which i no longer use and that runs WM5 and it also had this same problem.
The other thing that is really bugging me right now though is although the HTC S710 has been reported to support Google maps My Location, my E650 says it doesn't support that feature!
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||Egmel||12/6/08 6:21 AM|
I'm having the same problem, it's only on Google sites, it doesn't always happen but often enough that I now rarely try to check my Gmail on my phone.
I'm using an SPV E650 which is also an HTC phone on Orange UK, windows mobile 6.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dgjlee||12/6/08 12:13 PM|
Are you able to help Ash?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||chanelsurfer||12/7/08 2:46 PM|
Since Thurs 4 December 2008 I've been unable to save or send e-mails from my cell phone.
I keep getting the following message:
HTTP Error: 400
I don't get this error with any other website, and I can read the emails - I just can't send or save.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dgjlee||12/8/08 7:51 AM|
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||chanelsurfer||12/9/08 6:36 AM|
I don't know if this helps anyone else but my problem has been resolved - I removed my mobile device's battery and left it out for several minutes, then put it back in and somehow this reset things. Now I can use gmail properly on my mobile web browser.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dgjlee||12/9/08 8:15 AM|
Tried already....Thats doesnt work for me
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dgjlee||1/9/09 6:31 AM|
Ash? Why post and then not offer any help?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||Ash||1/9/09 10:41 PM|
Sorry I was away for too long and accidentally overlooked this. Here are a couple things to try:
1) Clear your cache and cookies; this varies by mobile browser, but generally you can do this by hitting Menu > Options, Setting, or the like, and then selecting Memory, Cookies, Cache or similar, and then selecting Clear.
2) Contact your mobile provider to confirm that google.com should be accessible
If you're still experiencing problems accessing google.com, please let me know. I'll need to know your mobile provider -- so far the only provider reported here is Orange UK -- so do let me know if you're on a different provider.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||pthai415||1/15/09 3:16 PM|
I get the same problem on my BlackJack II. My provider is AT&T.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||Tanguy||1/19/09 2:59 AM|
having the same problem today, with HTC Tytn II, windows mobile 6, and SFR provider (France). I go on google.com, log on, and receive "Bad Request <br> Error 400"
Worked good until today.
Tried to flush memory, cookies & cache : did not work. Still having Bad Request Error 400 message.
Thanks in advance,
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dr.heidi||1/20/09 9:48 AM|
I am only having this erorr (Bad request error 400) when I try to access Gmail. I can get to my messages via igoogle's homepage, but not via Gmail - and then, if I try to view a pdf attachment or download it in that view, then I get the message again. I'm not getting this error in any other setting, just gmail.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||tammatammy||1/20/09 7:29 PM|
I'm using MacBook Air, Safari browser, and I get the same message:
Until just a minute ago, I could access Gmail just fine. Why is this happening?I cleared my cache, it didn't work.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||effee||1/21/09 9:23 AM|
I just encoutered this same problem today--1/21/09--using Safari. I am able to access my gmail acct. using Firefox, however, so you might try using a different browser.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||cathalico||1/21/09 12:01 PM|
I'm getting the problem visiting gmail on my laptop, in firefox - no mobile device involved. Also, I have to say that the message looks fake - it looks like it's not made by google (the google logo is suspicious looking - very lo res). the first thing that occurred to me was malware. could this be a virus?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||cathalico||1/21/09 12:04 PM|
this is the URL of the error message, btw
i don't know much about these things, but it looks like a loop of some sort?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||lazolazalot||1/21/09 2:04 PM|
I am having the same problem.
Every time I try to access my gmail on my Dell Lattitude D630 I get the same error.
It happens everytime i open it up on chrome and internet explorer.
It used to open up in an incognito window but now it happens every time,
My iGoogle hompage appears fine and I can see my new emails in my gmail preview window there.
It is very frustrating.
Ash could you please reply as what you have posted already does not help!
Thank you very much,
this is the page i see:
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||PascaleR||1/31/09 2:04 PM|
Same problem appears today on a Mac Book Air running Safari 3.2.1 on X.5.6.
Curiously it appears only with one of my Gmail accounts, only on Safari. Maybe bettter to add it's the only account associated with an iGoogle page.
On iGoogle page, everything is OK, so, it means, I'm already logged in, then, whatever the manner I try to get my mailbox, I get :
From my mailer, everything works fine too.
This problem appears only on Safari (for the moment…)
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||kirstin jones||1/31/09 2:49 PM|
No i too run safari and i am getting the same issue. error 400 is a real pain in the butt and any ideas on how to clear it would be great.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||hapishyguy||1/31/09 11:41 PM|
seems like everyone is having the same problem and everyone is posting their problem but noone is here to resolve. Is anyon there from google to resolve it? I am having the same problem. I have all the cookies and all cache but still the same problem. Please help!
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||annekeuper||2/1/09 10:33 PM|
Same here; bad request only when wanting to open gmail. Using safari. Have a macBook..THERE MUST BE SOMEONE OUT THERE THAT CAN HELP?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||annekeuper||2/1/09 10:38 PM|
Just googles some more, and tried this WHICH WORKED! I hope it works for others :)
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||dgjlee||2/2/09 1:05 AM|
Well I am using Yahoo's mobile service as the access to Google is very unreliable. Once more, for the record, I do not get this on any other sites I visit.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||jltflrs||2/2/09 3:59 AM|
I have this same error as of yesterday on only gmail and google sites, I have a mac computer. I followed instructions from annekeuper but I have many google cookies I guess and I deleted one it didn't work so I went back and hit delete all and it says unreversible so I am afraid to highlight and delete all google cookies=is it ok to do this? TV News said there was a problem yesterday if you searched between 9:30-10:30 am you got this message but it seemed as if it should have been corrected and ok but my error actually started occuring around that time in the pm never noticed the am messages being bad.
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||cwmontgomery||2/5/09 11:18 AM|
I am using a MacBook and despite trying all of the solutions noted above the problem continues with JUST gmail. All of the solutions work temporarily but then they quit working while logged onto gmail.
Is this a google problem or a safari problem?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||Computernovice||2/5/09 6:47 PM|
Hello Im also getting this bad request 400 and Im on windows vista only gettng this bad request thing since start of dec 08 ...its very annoying happens me when im on youtube looking at vids i click one video and up comes this page bad request and it wont let me go back either on the browser...they only option is close it down and reopen ...it is becoming more frequent now what was weekly is now daily!! Any help out there?
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||Hombre3000||2/5/09 7:09 PM|
Hey all, I've got the same thing. I'm running OS 10.5.6 and Safari 3.2.1 and I have to delete my Gmail cookies several times a day
|Re: ERROR 400 BAD REQUEST||bubba dale||2/16/09 8:41 PM|
I had the same problem on Firefox. I disabled the gmail manager add-on and it goes away. Gmail loads perfectly fine now without having to delete cookies or clear the cache. I think google is updating gmail faster than the add-on developers can keep up.