MacOS can't connect to GitHub

SourceTree version: 2.5.1

Problem: Can't successfully connect to GitHub repositories via HTTPS or SSH

I am not using two-factor authentication.

 

Behavior: I can connect to my Github Account successfully (using HTTPS or SSH)

Screen Shot 2017-05-23 at 10.29.28 AM.png

However, when I try to connect to remote repos, I get an error message like this:

Screen Shot 2017-05-23 at 10.30.31 AM.png

 

Sometimes the error is 'Could not authorize request with the available token' and other times it is 'Bad credentials'. 

1 answer

Can you please try with version 2.5.2?

You can download the build from https://bitbucket.org/atlassianlabs/sourcetree-betas/downloads/OSX_Latest.zip

Also, you can delete all your keychain items for GitHub before adding it agian on SourceTree just to make sure there isn't some old token leading to the same issue again.

 

Thanks!

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