I think it doesn't work because you're trying to move the account folder into itself. Try doing
Originally Posted by lkraav
Then restart your phone. That did at least work with me, and removed all my accounts, but it did not solve the problem with connecting to the Nokia account. I still get the "Service currently unavailable" message.
mv .accounts .accounts-backup
I'm thinking this has to do with the SSL certificates since I'm also affected by being unable to log on to forum.meego.com, but I'm not sure. As well, there are some .pem files (SSL certificates) stored in the backup I made, so I guess that it could explain why this is only a problem after restoring backups.
However, maybe someone here knows why I'm unable to delete the files under /etc/ssl? I get a permission denied message, and ls -l tells me that the folder is owned by aegisfs in the group crypto. I'm guessing I'm not allowed to tamper with this directory because of aegis, but are there any ways to override aegis on this?
I was hoping that if I cleaned out that directory, it would reset all (hopefully non-vital) certificates and let me log into my Nokia account again to use the store. I'm trying to avoid a re-flash since the last one almost bricked the device.
EDIT: Just read from this documentation that it should be possible to modify the user certificates through the Settings > Security > Certificates menu, but on my device none are listed. Could someone who are able to log onto their Nokia account post whether they have any user certificates or not (click the menu button and show only user certificates)?
I'm starting to think that removing all the certificates is not such a good idea after all, since they are supposed to be protected not to be tampered with...