JJMcKay

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  1. Is this a file locking feature that prevents multiple users from working on a file at the same time?
  2. Here's what I had to do when I got the message on my Android device (Nexus 6). 1. Using an Android file manager app, I renamed the folder in a custom location that I was trying to sync to something else. e.g., "reddit_sync" to "reddit_syncx" 2. I made a new folder with the name of the original in the same location. e.g., "reddit_sync" 3. Then I proceeded to connect the folders again. I used the QR code from my desktop BitTorrent Sync application. Since they are both empty at this juncture, it should connect successfully. 4. Then move (or copy if you're paranoid) the files back from the folder you renamed in step 1 into the connected new one. Voila. Things should start syncing.
  3. Upon further inspection, it seems to happen to just image files as nrgbod corroborates. My issue is only between two devices: the pc and the note 2. I even disabled Samsung's built-in Gallery app. I'm afraid to uninstall it but I'll be getting a Nexus 6 here soon so we'll get to see if that might be a Samsung related issue.
  4. Hi RomanZ. I'm not sure what you mean by "Is the issue reproduction stable?" I am running 1.4.103 and the bevavior happens consistently. As for the mode of my Android device, it is a Galaxy Note 2 from a disconnected Verizon number that I essentially use as a small tablet with Wifi and with Airplane mode on.
  5. Whenever I delete a picture on my PC, it indeed removed on my Android device, yet a 0 byte file of the same name remains. The same occurs in the other direction as well i.e. if I delete a file on my Android device, a 0 byte file of the same name remains. Has anyone else seen this behavior? Is there any way to fix it? P.S. Yes, all of this is taking place in a synced folder I have synced on both devices using BitTorrent Sync.