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This is a known issue with Google on certain phones.
When authenticating to GMail, a string that is being sent back includes the variable reference "<mplcache" .
Certain browsers are interpreting the beginning "<" as "<"
With the semi-colon, "<" is the character entity for "less than" So the browser is then trying to use "<mplcache", which fails with a 400 error.
Hopefully Google will be able to either encode the response so that the client software won't incorrectly interpret it, or else change then name of the ltmplcache variable.
But until then, we're stuck.
Instead of using GMail through your phone's browser, you could try installing the full GMail for mobile application.
Posted on Feb 28, 2008
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