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[Solved] Android 1.4.38: Problems Not Solved

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There was an update to 1.4.38 in the App-Store.

 

Upgraded from 1.3.21 to 1.4.38 on 2 of my Android Devices.

After the upgrade the devices seemed to be in sync.

 

So I added a subfolder to one of the shares.

It contained > 6000 Files with < 200 Bytes each.

 

Both instances crashed. Restarted the frontend without any notice.

Then they left the background service in a non accessible state so that the devices had to be rebooted.

 

Another Device still on 1.3.21 seemed to work, but it came out that the sync was extremely slow - if any ...

 

 

Backend 1.4.72 on Debian Linux x64 and ARM on Raspberry Pi.

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@GreatMarko:

Tested with the 1.4.44 on Nexus 7 (2013) Android 4.4.4, Galaxy Nexus Android 4.3 and HTC Desire Android 2.2:

 

Put > 5500 small files into one folder at the server (BT-Sync 1.4.75 on Ubuntu Linux) and synced all three clients simultaneously, watching the progress of the sync on all 3 clients in their GUI. (The most critical action in the past)

Then I put a 230 MB File into the folder - also succes.

All 3 "survived". The HTC is quite slow, but I think this is due to the hardware - encryption upon transfer is an expensive thing ...

 

The GN was a little bit slow upon user feedback while transferring (maybe something else as the HTC was still resonsible) that file. But nothing crashed.

 

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