GET Requests with hostname in them causes wrong redirect
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I have noticed that my Android phone when using Cyanogenmod with default browser does some "special" things when on 3G. (It does not happend via WiFi)
It appears that the hostname is sent with every GET-request. Its common to only send the path in a GET-request but the HTTP secification also allows for the use of hostname within a GET-request.
My test page ( http://h3x.no/dump/test.php ) shows the hostname in the REQUEST_URI via 3G, and skips the hostname when on WiFi.
This causes Wordpress(i suspect) to redirect me to the wrong page.