nrgbod

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  1. I have just tried this again, after a full wipe of the sony phone I reflashed the latest version of android MM 6.0.1and reinstalled the latest version of Resilio sync from play store. I linked a rw test folder from my other machines which are all running the latest version of RS without problems. I then copied a load of files and a subfolder into the test folder of the Sony phone. It picked all the files and the sub folder up and propogated them properly. I then renamed most of the files on the Sony. Sync picked up the renaming as new files and added them to the other machines but it kept the kept the old files with original filenames despite them no longer being on the SD card. I then started deleting files on the Sony which sync did not pick up. Then I deleted the sub folder containing three files and sync again did not pick it up. I restarted sync and also tried rebooting the phone but the phantom files and folder remained in the Sony sync list and on all the other machines. Files deleted or renamed on other devices are picked up correctly by RS on the Sony. The same test folder was working fine with previous version of Android LP 5.1.1 I had logging running while testing this so I will send it in to support.
  2. Having eagerly tried every update since April hoping for a fix for the Sony Z5C Marshmallow file deletion bug I have yet again been disappointed. Yesterday I did a fresh install of the latest MM update followed by the latest version of Resilio sync for android v2.4.3 (586) and found that file deletions from my SD card sync folders are still not being picked up. I restored the phone back to the final version of Lollipop with the same version of Resilio sync and it now works fine again. Is there anything I can do to fix this bug or am I going to be stuck on Lollipop forever?
  3. Remirus thanks for replying. Selective sync is turned off but both devices are not picking up the file deletions. The Tab picks them up after a restart and then deletes from all machines. The Sony Z5 on Marshmallow doesn't pick up deletions from it's own SD card no matter what I do. The Z5 will only remove the files if I manally select "remove from all devices" for each file in BTSync. The same folders and machines where syncing fine when the Z5 was on Lollipop and V420 of sync. I will send in the logs as soon as I can.
  4. I've just installed V2.3.5 480 on my Sony z5c phone with a clean install of android 6.0 and also on a new Samsung tablet with factory fresh Android 4.4.4 rooted with writable SD card. I've synced some sd card folders on these devices with my existing laptop V2.3.3 296 and Raspery pi always on hdd server with V2.2.7 160. When I delete files on either of the android devices the deletions are not being picked up by Sync. The deleted files remain in the Sync file list with a blue tick beside them even though the files were deleted a few hours ago. Adding new files and renaming files in the same folder is picked up straight away and propagated to all devices as it should be. Deleting files on the laptop or on the Pi server works almost instantly as it should and is propogated correctly to both Android devices. Shutting down Sync on either Android device and then restarting Sync causes the file deletions to be detected and then propogated to the other machines. I've tried with and without auto sleep on but it made no difference.
  5. Thanks Eric, I'll give your suggestions a try. I already tried with and without deleting the .sync folders though.
  6. I'm also having problems syncing extSD card folders on Sony Z5C after updating it to Android 6.0 MM (clean install). V 2.2.6 420 wouldn't install on android 6 so I tried 2.3.4 466 but it endlessly indexed. I now have 2.3.5 477 on phone but folders are not syncing. I have added and removed files from sync folders using file manager but the changes are not showing up in the sync file lists. Deleted files are still showing with a blue tick and added files are not added to list. I have tried shutting down and restarting sync but it made no difference. The changes are also not propagating to other devices. Sync has been working well with V2.2.6 420 and 5.1.1 Lollipop but since updating just the phone, my android tablet now produces 0kb files on all devices when a file is deleted.
  7. For the last 18 months+ I've been running V1.3 on a raspberry pi server, a win xp and win 10 laptop, three Android tablets (one of which is setup as a photo frame) and two android phones. Until one phone was changed to an unrooted version of Lollipop this setup ran faultlessly. As V1.3 wouldn't write to the SD card of the Lollipop phone I changed it to run Sync V2.2.6 but now it doesn't seem to be updating either to or from the lollipop phone. Should Sync V2.2.6 work with V1.3 like it does with V1.4?
  8. I'm getting the same problem on v1.4.103 win8.1 & raspberry pi and android.
  9. I've managed to narrow the origin of the 0kb files down to my Samsung Note 10.1 tablet running Android 4.1.2 with sync V1.4.63.0 When sync is running on this machine any move or deletion of .jpg files from any folder on any of my machines results in a 0kb file being created. When I turn sync off on the Note the 0kb files are not created on any of the machines. My Samsung S4 phone with Android 4.4.2 and sync v1.4.63.0 with exactly the same synced folders does not cause 0kb files when it is switched on. I also tested moving .doc, .pdf and .exe files when the Note Sync was running and 0kb files are not created unlike with the .jpg's.
  10. I have had tuxpoldo's server version running on my Rpi for a long time now, mostly problem free, but since the last two? updates I've been having lots of problems. Is there any way to reinstall earlier versions of the unofficial server package like V1.4.0-3 ? I tried `which sudo` apt-get install btsync=1.4.0-3 for example but I get unable to locate package errors. Does this mean that old packages are removed from the server when new ones are added?
  11. I'm having the same problem. My setup is three android devices on v1.4.63.0 and one win8.1 PC on V1.4.103, one XP PC on V1.4.103 and a raspberry pi server with 2tb hdd always on, V1.4.103. My setup has been running fine for the past year or so and I've regularly updated the software, however about a month ago I noticed the 0kB files appearing in my photo directories. If I delete or move a picture on any of my devices it is replaced with a 0kB file of the same name on all devices. The 0kB files are a pain to remove as they keep coming back. Strange thing is I just tried deleting a pdf file in a normal folder and this deleted ok and the deletion was synced to all of my devices correctly. Yesterday I uninstalled Sync from all my devices and reinstalled it but the problem is still there.