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There is a new BitTorrent Sync build:

 

http://syncapp.bittorrent.com/1.2.82/

 

New version for iOS is available in App Store. 

 

Changelog
1.2.67 (November 5, 2013)
Desktop:
- Improved speed with large files (in 1Gb LAN and on low-end CPU devices)

- Restore modified files in read-only folder

- API and UI-less mode

- Advanced features available through API :  

    * new secrets with support of read-only encrypted peers  

    * synchronize selected files only

 

1.2.68 (November 6, 2013)

Desktop:
- Fix crash on Windows when adding root of disk

 

1.2.71 (November 11, 2013)

Desktop:
- Fix crash when removing shared folder

- Fix hang on shutdown

 

1.2.72 (November 13, 2013)

Desktop:
- Fix issue with QorlQ processor

- Fix russian localization

 

1.2.73 (November 14, 2013)

Desktop:
- Fixed issue with infinite indexing

- Added command line options for force logging on linux 

 

1.2.82 (November 28, 2013)

Desktop:

- Fixed issues with incremental file downloads
- Fixed auto-update

 

Android:

 

http://syncapp.bittorrent.com/android/BTSync-1.2.14.apk

 

1.2.7 (November 5, 2013)

- Android 4.4 support

- Speed improvements

- Redesigned Help pages

- Various bug fixes

 

1.2.9 (November 6, 2013)

- Fix bug with loss of connection after changing networks

 

1.2.10 (November 8, 2013)

- Fix bug when app overwrites files with older versions

 

1.2.11 (November 12, 2013)

- Fix bug with Auto Sleep functionality

 

1.2.12 (November 14, 2013)

- Fixed issue with infinite indexing

 

1.2.14 (November 28, 2013)

- Fixed issues with incremental file downloads

 

iOS:

 

1.2.29 (November 9, 2013)

- Added version for iPad
- Design changes and iOS7 compatibility
- Ability to send and sync files in other apps via Sync
- Save pictures and video from sync folders to Camera Roll
- Improved connection speed
- Other fixes and improvements

 

1.2.36 (November 22, 2013)

- Bug fixes and stability improvements

- Application name updated
- Fixed crash on iPad 1

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It doesn't seems to work on Windows 8.1

As soon as I try to start it, it crash and it create a dump file.

 

it's working fine on Win 7

 

Do you want me to attach the dump file?

 

Also where can I find API documentation?

 

Thanks

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* new secrets with support of read-only encrypted peers 

 

Forgive me if I'm being stupid but how does one go about setting this up?

I can only see the option for read only or read/write as usual.

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Forgive me if I'm being stupid but how does one go about setting this up?

I can only see the option for read only or read/write as usual.

 

 

it should read:

 

  • Advanced features available through API:  
    •  new secrets with support of read-only encrypted peers
    • synchronize selected files only

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Hi,

 

it says that we should fill out "this short form" to get an API key. I do not see a form, where could I sign up! I am really excited about this, thanks a lot!

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Hello! Thanks so much for this big update and the API :-)

 

Is there anything to consider before upgrading from 1.1.82? Will syncing be possible between old & new versions? Will the old one prompt for auto-update?

 

Thanks and greetings!

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Hi ismail, we'll be sending them out in batches - you should receive it later today. 

 

 

Please wait for some time and you will get it.

Thanks!

 

 

Cheers guys!

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Will 1.1.83 autoupdate to 1.2, or should we manually install?

 

Autoupdate is not turned on yet, please update your BTSync version manually.

Thanks!

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Hello! Thanks so much for this big update and the API :-)

 

Is there anything to consider before upgrading from 1.1.82? Will syncing be possible between old & new versions? Will the old one prompt for auto-update?

 

Thanks and greetings!

 

Old and new versions should be compatible. Autoupdate will be turned on later.

Thanks!

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Encrypted peers seem like a feature that many end users would like to use for backing up data to an untrusted location.

Is there a reason why you decided to "hide" this behind a developer-only API ? 

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The updated Android app does not seem to connect to the other updated BTSync versions on the desktop (linux and windows).

It just shows: 0 devices online  (for every synced folder)

 

The linux & windows version show that the Android version is online, however nothing syncs to/from the Adnroid device.

 

 

PS: I had to completely delete the BTSync configuration on android. Then rescall all the QR Codes. Now it works

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Encrypted peers seem like a feature that many end users would like to use for backing up data to an untrusted location.

Is there a reason why you decided to "hide" this behind a developer-only API ? 

 

Indeed this would be useful for Dedicated/VPS servers where one want's to use them as a "cloud" storage.

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The updated Android app does not seem to connect to the other updated BTSync versions on the desktop (linux and windows).

It just shows: 0 devices online  (for every synced folder)

 

The linux & windows version show that the Android version is online, however nothing syncs to/from the Adnroid device.

 

Could you please follow these steps http://forum.bittorrent.com/topic/12658-if-you-have-syncapp-issue/ ?

On your android please agree with sending logs in Send feedback.

Do you see content of your shared folders on android in the "Remote" tab?

Thanks!

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Encrypted peers seem like a feature that many end users would like to use for backing up data to an untrusted location.

Is there a reason why you decided to "hide" this behind a developer-only API ? 

 

We did this for a few reasons actually. First, we wanted to try to keep the user experience as simple as possible and we thought that adding this might be confusing for many new users. Second, there was a technical reason also. When we update our releases, we typically add all the features across platforms (for feature consistency) - we found that adding Encrypted Peers to the mobile apps didn't produce the best experience so until we find a better way to do it, we elected to leave it out... for now. Its definitely something we plan to add but we're trying to do it in a effective way. 

 

Hope that answers your question. 

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