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  1. I have been having the same issue - new files are being replaced with old files almost instantaneously. It is nice that bitsync does keep them in the archive to avoid losing this work but with the volume of files we modify it is almost more work to sift through the archive to find which is the most up-to-date. Is there any way to force bit-sync to use the most up-to-date version? I am syncing photos across 8 devices. 3 - Android tablets running android 4.4.2 along with the most up to date android sync 4 - windows 7 pro computers - running the lates 1.4.93 Beta (I updated them on the day the update came out though in no particular order) 1 - windows 8.1 pc also running 1.4.93 Beta Also I will add that all the windows 7 computers are on a wired ethernet network while everything else is on wifi - could this connect lag be partially to blame for the overwriting errors?
  2. Hello, I have been using bitsync for sometime now at work to keep files synced between my tablets and my computer. Today when the android software updated it stopped being able to sync. I contacted my IT and they informed me that it must be routing through the bittorent website which they have unequivocally blocked from their servers and they refuse to understand that this application has nothing to do with downloading illegal media. My question is: Is there a way to download the older version of bitsync for android and windows 7 so that I can continue to use bitsync? My suggestion for improvment: The bittorrent use seperate servers or a proxy for bitsync so that it won't encounter firewall prejudice. Thanks.