The filename parameter can be used to suggest a name for the file into which the resource is downloaded by the browser. RFC 2183 (Content-Disposition), however, states in section 2.3 (The Filename Parameter) that the file name can only use US-ASCII characters:
Here is the code I currently use. I still have to support IE8, so I cannot get rid of the first part. It turns out that browsers on Android use the built in Android download manager and it cannot reliably parse file names in the standard way.
This is based on what Nextcloud seems to be doing when downloading a file. The filename appears first as UTF-8 encoded, and possibly for compatibility with some browsers, the filename also appears without the UTF-8 prefix.
After pressing download the widget will usually be placed in your Downloads folder. Look for a zip file ending in .widget. Unzip the file, resulting in a folder with the same name. Note that some browsers will automatically unzip the file for you.
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