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We have had a similar case recently and there the problem was that the private key did not match the certificate (we have added to the next version that will check if the key matches the certificate). Also, make sure that the private key is not encrypted.



I can browse https just fine, also.

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Ah. Hmm. Usually the phones don't even check the certificate. Is this a certificate chain? If yes make sure that the wildcard certificate is at the top of the ---BEGIN---END--- text and the intermediate comes after that. Maybe the sequence got mixed up and the browsers can deal with that. Also the question is how many bits you have and if the phone version supports e.g. 2048 bits. Maybe you can PM us a PCAP, so that we get more clue.

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