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Olive Mobile Viewer for tablet gives error message when downloading n Chicago Tribune for offline reading.

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When attempting to download the Chicago Tribune for offline reading using the olive mobile viewer for tablets, I get the message "An error occurred while downloading pleas try again.

When attempting to download the Chicago Tribune for offline reading using the olive mobile viewer for tablets, I get the message "An error occurred while downloading pleas try again.

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We don't support the "Olive Mobile Viewer" this is an application used by the Tribune to display their site. The Tribune help can be found at

https://members.chicagotribune.com/help/

"Feel free to call us at 1-800-TRIBUNE (1-800-874-2863), or email Bill Adee, VP/Digital Development & Operations (billadee at tribune.com).

You can also get help via our Twitter or Facebook pages."

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Odabrano rješenje

We don't support the "Olive Mobile Viewer" this is an application used by the Tribune to display their site. The Tribune help can be found at

https://members.chicagotribune.com/help/

"Feel free to call us at 1-800-TRIBUNE (1-800-874-2863), or email Bill Adee, VP/Digital Development & Operations (billadee at tribune.com).

You can also get help via our Twitter or Facebook pages."

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The fact of the matter is that the Olive Mobile Viewer works fine with other browsers and used to work with Firefox. It is not a problem with OMV but with Firefox. However, since you do not support it, fixing apparently will not occur. Thus, Firefox is not a usable Android browser for me.