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Long Question: I have an Android app: https://transfer.sh/mY240/com.phonegap.voyo.apk

which connects to an API: http://www.24ur.com/lbin/WebApp/Popplus/Android.php

the problem is the api authors are now forcing everyone (with 302 redirect) to connect to https version of that endpoint (the endpoint is used by the new app so it still works) the problem is that they use TLS1.2 which Android 4.0 doesn't support (I think you have to enable it but I am not sure how to do that in an app that I did not write (I can dissasemble/reassemble the app so changing endpoints in it is not a problem, but enabling TLS1.2?))

end the new app requires Android 5 or later so if I want to use the service which I pay for (Voyo) I have to eather upgrade my tabled (which I don't want to do) or downgrade HTTPS to HTTP so my android 4.0 will be able to connect to the API endpoint again

Short question: How to strip SSL on Windows so non-https clients (my old android 4.0 ICS tablet) can connect to the HTTPs service again?

Thanks for Anwsering and Best Regards

closed as off-topic by peter ferrie, perror, Avery3R, de6f, kn0x Jul 27 at 7:19

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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is not related to reverse-engineering but rather software operation. – peter ferrie Jul 12 at 18:04
  • so which stack exchange should I post it to then? It kinda is reverse engeneering as I would like to turn on TLS1.2 on an app that I didn't write – user3368585 Jul 13 at 15:39

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