werham

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  1. This is on a nexus 4 emulated sd card. I do get the full directory structure created when setting up that folder again. I also do see subdirectories created automatically as they are created on the sync master. So it looks like directories are always automatically synced, even when file sync is selective? I'm not exactly sure how I got into that position, but its possible I deleted the directories manually..... I am using btsync for offline map files for Orux Maps. Selective sync means that all the files are readily available when I need them, and I can save space on the phone by not hav
  2. I have btsync on linux happily syncing a directory which contains several subdirectories. Those subdirectories contain several files. All the files are inside subdirectories. On android I have the read-only secret, and it is set to not "automatic sync". The directory it is syncing into already contains a few other files, but it does not contain any of the subdirectories present on the linux machine. On the android client I click into one of those subdirectories, then click on a file for it to be transferred. The gui updates to show that a transfer is in progress (it shows the X which can b