Serge75 wrote:Well I'm not sure what I did but it seems to be working correctly now. I can connect normally using http without having to start safari first. I didn't change any settings but it now works.
Also, I can use https if I enter port 8080 (or leave it blank), but shouldn't https use port 443? I was entering 443 which is why it wasn't working. Sorry I'm not very net savy.
Thanks for your help.
fkm wrote:The HTTPS port is set in your QNAP settings, so you can change it if you want
fkm wrote:OK, I will have a look at this.
snark_be wrote:The link does not work
snark_be wrote:Ok, downloaded and installed.
Some remarks after 1 hour using it:
- it's huge: 5.1 Mb. I'd prefer a smaller application, as it's purely utilitarian. No need for fancy splash screen, background image or buttons. I had to uninstall other apps to install it on my pretty full HTC Desire.
the first time I started it, it froze. Android proposed me to force close it after some time. I did it and it worked immediately on the 2nd start.
no problem to connect to my TS-210 NAS using http.
the application seems to freeze from time to time, for about 10 seconds.
I added 2 torrents from QGetMobile, they did not start. When I added them from my PC, using QGet, they worked
as said already, the header for the 3 lists [run, paused, finished] are difficult to identify as such
why the Browse the Web tab? I already have a browser on my HTC and can easily go from one to the other. can't QGetMobile register for torrent files, so they're immediately sent to QGetMobile?
cannot browse the SD Card to import a torrent file stored on the card
snark_be wrote:That's it for now. I hope you'll find my remarks helpful.
(et je peux en discuter en français par MP si nécessaire )
fkm wrote:In 2010, 5mb shouldn't be a problem
It's just that Android has a stupid limitation to not install apps on the SD Card with several GB.
With Firmware 2.2, it won't be a problem.
fkm wrote:You weren't patient enough. On first start, you have to wait for the APK to be extracted... and if you don't press anything, Android will not ask you to force close. It's probably because you press "back" or "home". The second start is quicker because everything is extracted. But if you force closed it the first time, maybe you're missing some files...
fkm wrote:When you search for something ? Or when you just browse the web ?
fkm wrote:From where did you try to download the torrents ?
fkm wrote:First point answers the second one
fkm wrote:Nope, that will be added in another version.
fkm wrote:PS: si tu veux parler Français, y a aussi un topic sur le forum QNAP fr
Sylver wrote:My question is : How QGet Mobile could do a https connection over port 8080 of the QNAP device ?
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