hendersj

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  1. Hi, I've got a Nook HD+ that dual boots the stock rom and Cyanogenmod 10.2 (the latter running from an sdcard). On CM10.2, the sync app runs just fine and I have no issues. On the stock ROM, however, I launch the application and tap "Link a device already running Sync 2.0" and the button flashes dark blue (and then back to light blue), but nothing happens. I can set it up by tapping "This is my first Sync 2.0 device", but then I can't share Sync 2.0 folders from my Linux desktop (as I can't get a read-only key to put in to treat it as a 1.4 folder, and tapping the link gets me nothing). The version installed is the version available on the Play store today, 2.0.83. What information would help troubleshoot this issue? I'm really liking sync 2.0, but this is creating a bit of a headache for me. Thanks
  2. I didn't remember actually sharing a link, but now you mention it, I think I may have done that since upgrading to 1.4. Thanks!
  3. Hi, I've been using btsync since the very early beta days, and it's great for my needs. One thing that I noticed was that I had migrated my data from an old system to the new system, and the system name still reflects the old system. Upon going into the configuration in 1.4.103 (updated yesterday), I went to change the name of the system, only to find the Edit button wasn't there. Doing a little research, it seems that there are two formats for the config file - an old (binary) format, and a new text-based format. My systems all use the binary format. Is there a way to convert the configuration to the new text format so I can change the system name? I've got a number of directories set up to sync, and would rather not have to set them all up again. Thanks!