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Hi, I have sync 2 installed on my phone and btsync working on the server (OS is Win 8.1). I have a library that makes the calls to the API which is available on github (github.com/nodoid/synclib). The folder I have on the phone was created on the windows machine and the share sent to the phone which was then accepted. The problem is that anything put in that folder on the phone is not being synced back to the server or vice versa. If I make any calls to the API through the library, the app also locks up. I'm guessing that this is down to the information I pass in when I instantiate the library. The problem is that the information on the API doesn't actually say what username and password it is? For example, my own login to the windows box is fred/bloggs. Is it this that I use for the API username and login or do I use the folder name or the name of the sync server (which I've no idea what it is as it was set up ages ago - far longer ago than when I started to use sync for an app I'm developing and am not sure how to access under 2.0)? Do I also need to have sync installed on the phone to be able to use the API to add folders etc? I've searched around but can't find a good answer to any of these questions! Thanks Paul
Hello, I am currently an intern at a software development compnay tasked with created a P2P based client using C#. I have does some research into this, and stumbled apon BTSync that way. I have just recieved my API key, and have already finished the front of the my client. All I need now is to figure out how to implement the the back-end. Being new to programming on this scale, I am at a bit of a lose as to how this is done, and I haven't found much documentation with step-by-step instructions on how to use this API. I have tried to use this (https://bitbucket.org/timothyp/arendee-btsynclib/wiki/Home), but I am unable to understand how to use it. It asks for a server for example, but I am unaware of a server address. Thank you in advance, Lad.