Goggles Not Working (IPV6 support missing?)

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  1. Skurvy_Pirate

    Skurvy_Pirate Member

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    I just tried to fire up Google Goggles for the first time since upgrade to BBv0.6 and it force closes because IPV6 support is missing.

    I think that it was working fine in BB0.5. Is this something that is missing in the new ROM or something that is missing from the kernel? Anyone have the same problem?
     
  2. GregNY

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    Not that I know of, I'm using BB v.6.2.1 and have just installed the updated goggles and tested with a sudoku puzzle on my PC. I notice I get a lot of 400 errors which I attribute to being in a bad service area. Just tested now again and it works nice.

    Just a contribution to your issue.....

    Maybe recommend uninstalling goggles and re-installing as a solution to start fresh.
     
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    Are you by chance using a p3droid kernel? It is not the ROM, but the kernel itself that lack the IPV6 support. IIRC, p3droid kernels do not have it.

    Try a different kernel and see how it goes.
     
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    Yeah I am using a P3 kernel. I will try switching to stock or to a different kernel.
     
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