I saw you ask this originally a couple of weeks ago. I tried to replicate the problem, but couldn't. However, having gone through the whole process successfully I made some videos. I'd be pleased to know that they got you past this road-block.
They don't address your
oauth_error=3 problem, but if you were to try the same steps as in the video on a fresh database and were successful, it might help you understand what when wrong to cause the error in the first place.
All three together will cost you 7 minutes. :-)
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I'm having a similar issue but I'm only getting the 500 internal server error, but, the user ends up in Odoo anyway.
My issue was due to the default template for external user sign-in being set to Public user:
Settings --> General Settings:
□ Allow external users to sign up
Template user for new users created through signup [Public user] □->
I read about this in a Bug report, Public user does not have the proper permissions and is not reccomended for use in this instance.
500: Internal server Error After New Public User Signup/Login #951
Here are detailed instructions on how I managed to get Google Apps (not Gmail) authentication to work with Odoo 8:
Google Apps authentication is different to standalone Gmail accounts, so make sure you follow each step carefully. In particular, filling out the consent screen section is important otherwise your redirect won't work. Most instructions don't mention this bit.
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