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Sync A Folder In Pc With An Existing Android Folder

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Hi all,

I refer to 2.0 product version.

This is the scenario: I have an android device and a pc desktop. The devices are linked.

 

1) For sync purpose I can choose a folder on pc and on android i see the creation of a folder that i can connect, but this folder has to be a new one, it is NO possible to choose a folder in android that already exist.. why?

I would like sync and link a new folder in desktop and a folder in android that already exist.

 

2) Why is it no possible to start a new sync sharing from android device selecting a new folder, not one that was already configured with desktop client?

 

My regards

 

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This was a feature we had in version 1.4 if I recall correctly.  If the feature is present in 2.0 it needs to be made more clear.  And it's certainly a feature that we need.

 

I use it constantly to add epub files to my book reader's folder on my Android.  Synchronizing a second folder and then moving the file to the right folder within Android is just silly.

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In the menu choose Settings/Advanced, and untick the first tick box (Simple mode). Then you can 'Add a folder' and 'Enter a key', and change the 'Location' (the existing folder to be synced on your Android device).

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Tamas,

Your solution does not work. When choosing the directory a pop-up appears saying there is data already present and choosing ok just makes the pop-up reappear

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