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  1. Hi, thanks for the great job. Android 6.00, Resilio mobile 2.4.9 (639) On my smartphone (LGK10), I generaly can't manage to see new files (any manner : photo, download, copy/paste, etc.) recognised and then synced. It obliges me to quit and restart. In fact, it seems that Resilio will always finish by recognising new files, but in an unpredictable laps of time which seems to go from instantly to, let's say, a quarter or half an hour. It seems to me it is a relatively new problem (new phone?, new sync version?), but I can't be sure. I tried a lot of combinations before posting. A tricky way to refresh drove me to some strange situation : I toggled the folder's Selective Sync from Off to On and back, because It forces te refresh just like I wanted, but this finished by freezing for a while some folder unable to become selective, even after deconnecting/reconnecting them in Resilio. This is not a really bad issue. But the trouble is that it's against Resilio's argumentation in Play Store "Sync will back up photos and videos as soon as you take them" and so it lowers the trust in the solution when you are expecting such a comportment. Letting things unclear is never good. I suppose this can be related to an internal Android messaging problem. In this case (as with Apple computers) a clear explanation, a simple refresh method and/or a way to set the auto-refresh delay will be appreciable for all. No answer, or a perfectly misplaced one like what is given to the Play Store user "Why do you need to stare at the file to sync it ???" is making the problem bigger again.