Well the thing is I tried several browsers.
1. The default one that comes with Android
2. Opera mini
All same thing. I'm now going to test with a beta build of Firefox for android (fennero was it called I forget) but its SUCH a stupid thing to not work. Every other device WORKS. Blackberries, Iphones, tablets, laptops....everything.
EDIT: The EXACT error I get is:
"There is a problem with the security certificate for this site. This certificate is not from a trusted authority." I get this AS it attempts to load the redirect login page (both university and at work now). Same issue. It's browser/certificate related. And its ANNOYING as hell.
EDIT 2: Found the problem. It's that stupid certificate.
"This is a result of your corporation using an in house Certificate Authority to provide SSL encryption on your mail server and clients.
Basically....the computer that issued the certificate isn't trusted by the android phone. I'm new to android so I'm not sure if you can add a trusted CA (I haven't seen any options for it).
I don't know about future updates like the above poster mentioned.
Most companies will purchase a certificate from one of the major Certificate Authorities on the internet, which are pre-programed into most operating systems to be trusted. Internal CA's are trusted by the domain environment at your work, but not by anyone else. External (Internet) CA's are trusted by everyone.
if you want an example, open up IE (gross I know) and go to your options. Click the content tab, then there should be a button label certificates. inside the certificates window select Trusted Root Certification Authorities.
That is a list of all the builtin trusted CA's provided by Microsoft and the companies that govern the internet. "
I STILL have no idea how to fix it and to make the phone accept the certificate though.
EDIT 3: Fennec (Mozilla Firefox for Android beta) managed to pull up the login page for my work network. Not sure if it will work for the university yet.
My Xfire: http://www.xfire.com/profile/ysaliens/
Phone: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy SIII