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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Heavyweightgd6, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. Heavyweightgd6

    Heavyweightgd6 Well-Known Member
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    I cant get ttorrent lite and adownloader to download anything. They both act as if they are going to but everytime I start a download the percentages never move. And a funny thing i noticed with both of them is when a download starts... they say the size of the file is 0... wth?
     

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  2. travioso

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    Are you on wifi? I read that metro blocks torrents through 4g but I'm not certain.. Also, when I used atorrent with some private trackers it would not allow me to download because it was not on the list of acceptable clients.. and finally I would get that error also if my memory card was full
     
  3. Mexiicanboii

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    You have to be on Wifi I have torrent and on Wifi it works flawless:D
     
  4. Heavyweightgd6

    Heavyweightgd6 Well-Known Member
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    AWWWWW Now that just sux, im never around an area to use wifi! All i wanted was an album or 2! Thanks guys... i wonder if there is a work around.
     
  5. Mexiicanboii

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    I know, it sucks... :(
     
  6. TattooedDroid

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    Adownloader, and the Tor project. Download torrents on 4g :)
     
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  7. divagirl

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    Also tTorrent! :)

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  8. lunatic59

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    Many times a carrier will block access to torrents for the same reason we don't approve of them here, namely open piracy. When you see a 0 file size for a torrent file the listing is there but the file has be pulled. Again, most likely for copyright violation or outright piracy.

    It's just not cool to disrespect developers and artists by taking their hard work and giving nothing back. Let's not be "that guy".

    I'm going to lock this thread since it's gone as far as it should. If you think it should be re-opened, you can make your case in a private message. I'll be more than happy to discuss it.
     
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