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  1. 7 points
    @techster We are going to appreciate some clear information on the update of Exchange system. Would be nice to also know how long we have to wait to see it live. Please provide some information for all the members that waiting to hear from you!
  2. 6 points
    Hello all ! I'am literaly reposting some cool dude material " Posted by u/lpxxfaintxx " Here is what really happening behind the scene. New information! Anyways, let's dive right in. On May 12th, the BTT Speed wallet exchange went down. The announcement was that it was going to be a 2 hour maintenance, but it actually ended up being... more than 2 weeks now. The exchange is still down. On May 12th, the day of the announced maintenance downtime, a new codebase used to facilitate the uTorrent and BT Client's Web API with the BTT exchange protocol was pushed out to all uTorrent 3.5.5 and BT 7.10.5 clients, regardless of whether you used BTT Speed or not. We stumbled across this by accident as we were attempting to reverse engineer some of their code to improve the back-end ourselves out of frustration. All the evidence and code can still be found and examined yourself in the webUI helper update that was pushed out (located in /AppData/Roaming/uTorrent/ folder) The BTT Speed wallet uses VueJS so it's not really code you can hide. You can obfuscate, but it seems that they didn't even attempt that. The Findings: New API Endpoints (lines 2423 - 2456): // GET REQUESTS email: { get: {}, post: {} }, "binance/binance_info": { get: {}, post: { body: String } }, "binance/quote_info": { get: {}, post: { params: { crypto_currency: String, base_currency: String, fiat_currency: String, requested_amount: String, pay_type: String, quote_id: String } } }, "binance/create_transaction": { post: { params: { order_id: String, quote_id: String } } }, "binance/recent_transactions": { get: {} } New VueJS Functions: fetchEmailInfo: { type: Function, default: function () {} }, emailInfo: { type: Object, default: function () { return { email: String, isVerified: Boolean } } }, createAndApproveQuote: { type: Function, default: function () {} }, checkBinanceUserStatus: { type: Function, default: function () {} }, preCheckRedirectUrl: { type: String, default: "" }, bindRedirectUrl: { type: String, default: "" }, fetchBinanceTransactions: { type: Function, default: function () {} }, binanceTransactions: { type: Object, default: function () { return { total: 0, rows: [] } } }, New Vue Data, Compute, and Misc Methods: data: function () { return { cryptoCurrencyStr: "", baseCurrencyStr: "", isValidatorEnabled: !1, step: 1, email: "", emailMessage: "Please check your email inbox to verify.", isEmailInvalid: !1, isLoading: !1, binancePoolInterval: null, redirectTimeout: 5, showTransferSuccessModal: !1, alert: { alertFirstMessage: "", alertSecondMessage: "", type: "", isShow: !1 } } }, computed: { currentBalance: function () { return c.default.formatMicroTokenToLocale(this.inAppBalance, { minimumFractionDigits: 0 }) }, maxTransactionAmount: function () { return this.transactionLimits.max }, minTransactionAmount: function () { return this.transactionLimits.min }, cryptoCurrencyAmount: function () { return c.default.isValidToken(this.cryptoCurrencyStr, "token") ? c.default.convertToMicroToken(this.cryptoCurrencyStr) : 0 }, baseCurrencyAmount: function () { return c.default.isValidToken(this.baseCurrencyStr, "token") ? c.default.convertToMicroToken(this.baseCurrencyStr) : 0 }, localeExchangeRate: function () { return c.default.formatMicroTokenToLocale(1 / this.exchangeRate, { minimumFractionDigits: 0 }) }, ........ } }, created: (l = v(regeneratorRuntime.mark((function e() { return regeneratorRuntime.wrap((function (e) { for (;;) switch (e.prev = e.next) { case 0: this.getInitialData(), this.startPoolBinance(), this.handleGAEvent("QuotePageScreen"); case 3: case "end": return e.stop() } }), e, this) }))), function () { return l.apply(this, arguments) }), destroyed: function () { clearInterval(this.binancePoolInterval) }, methods: { getInitialData: (s = v(regeneratorRuntime.mark((function e() { return regeneratorRuntime.wrap((function (e) { for (;;) switch (e.prev = e.next) { case 0: return this.handleLoading(!0), e.prev = 1, e.next = 4, Promise.all([this.fetchEmailInfo(), this.fetchExchangeRate()]); case 4: return e.next = 6, this.handleFetchBinanceTransactions(); case 6: e.next = 11; break; case 8: e.prev = 8, e.t0 = e.catch(1), this.handleLoading(!1); case 11: this.handleLoading(!1); case 12: case "end": return e.stop() } }), e, this, [ [1, 8] ]) }))), function () { return s.apply(this, arguments) }), startPoolBinance: function () { var e = this; this.binancePoolInterval = setInterval((function () { 1 === e.step && e.fetchExchangeRate() }), 1e4) }, ........ }, goNext: (o = v(regeneratorRuntime.mark((function e() { return regeneratorRuntime.wrap((function (e) { for (;;) switch (e.prev = e.next) { case 0: if (this.thiscryptoCurrencyStr || this.baseCurrencyStr || (this.isValidatorEnabled = !0), !this.isInvalidBaseCurrency) { e.next = 3; break } return e.abrupt("return"); case 3: if (this.handleGAEvent("QuotePageBuyClick"), this.emailInfo.isVerified && this.emailInfo.email) { e.next = 7; break } return this.handleStepChange(2), e.abrupt("return"); case 7: return this.handleLoading(!0), e.next = 10, this.handleCheckBinanceUserStatus(); case 10: if (!this.bindRedirectUrl) { e.next = 13; break } return this.handleLoading(!1), e.abrupt("return"); case 13: return e.next = 15, this.handleCreateAndApproveQuote(3); case 15: case "end": return e.stop() } }), e, this) }))), function () { return o.apply(this, arguments) }), handleStepChange: function (e) { e !== this.step && (this.step = e) }, handleCheckBinanceUserStatus: (i = v(regeneratorRuntime.mark((function e(t) { return regeneratorRuntime.wrap((function (e) { for (;;) switch (e.prev = e.next) { case 0: return e.next = 2, this.checkBinanceUserStatus(this.emailInfo.email, this.isBackendProd); ............... }, handleLoading: function (e) { this.isLoading = e }, handleFetchBinanceTransactions: (r = v(regeneratorRuntime.mark((function e() { return regeneratorRuntime.wrap((function (e) { for (;;) switch (e.prev = e.next) { case 0: if (!this.emailInfo.email) { e.next = 5; break } return this.handleLoading(!0), e.next = 4, this.fetchBinanceTransactions(this.emailInfo.email, this.isBackendProd); } }), e, this) }))), function () { return r.apply(this, arguments) }), closeTransferSuccessModal: function () { this.showTransferSuccessModal = !1 }, New Vue Front-End Components and Helpers: columns: function () { return [{ label: this.$t("Date & Time"), field: "created_time", width: "160px" }, { label: "Pay", field: "requested_amount", type: "number", thClass: "binance-table-th-content-center", tdClass: "binance-table-td-content-center" }, { label: "Receive", field: "obtain_amount", type: "number", formatFn: this.formatAmount, thClass: "binance-table-th-content-center", tdClass: "binance-table-td-content-center" }, { label: "Status", field: "status", width: "100px", thClass: "binance-table-th-content-center", tdClass: "binance-table-td-content-center" }] }, filterCheckedArr: function () { return this.filterArr.filter((function (e) { return e.isChecked })).map((function (e) { return e.name })) } ............................ created: function () { this.checkPreCheckRedirectUrl(), this.handleGAEvent("PaymentPageScreen") }, mounted: function () { this.waitUntillIframeLoaded() }, methods: { checkPreCheckRedirectUrl: function () { this.preCheckRedirectUrl.length }, waitUntillIframeLoaded: function () { var e = this; document.getElementById("binance-iframe").addEventListener("load", (function () { e.handleLoading(!1) })) } } ........................ [e._v("\n You will be redirected to Binance to complete the verification process after " + e._s(e.redirectTimeout) + " sec\n ")])]) : e._e(), e._v(" "), e._e(), e._v(" "), e.showTransferSuccessModal ? n("wallet-buy-success-modal", { attrs: { handleModalCancelClick: e.closeTransferSuccessModal } }) : e._e(), e._v(" "), 1 === e.step ? [n("div", { staticClass: "wallet-buy-step-1" }, [n("bt-card", { staticClass: "exchange-sell-card" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "card-item-grid" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "sub-card" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "title" }, [e._v("PAY")]), e._v(" "), n("div", { staticClass: "balance center" }, [n("bt-select", { attrs: { options: { first: { nativeName: "USD", value: "USD" } } } }, [n("div", { staticClass: "option-selected", attrs: { slot: "option-selected" }, slot: "option-selected" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "text" }, [e._v("\n USD\n ")])])]), e._v(" "), n("bt-input-box", { staticClass: "amount", attrs: { inputType: "crypto", "data-testid": "sell", placeholder: "0.00", message: e.baseCurrencyMessage, showMessage: e.isInvalidBaseCurrency, isInvalid: e.isInvalidBaseCurrency }, on: { input: e.updateCryptoCurrencyStr }, model: { value: e.baseCurrencyStr, callback: function (t) { e.baseCurrencyStr = t }, expression: "baseCurrencyStr" } })], 1)])])]), e._v(" "), n("svg-icon", { staticClass: "arrow-forward-icon", attrs: { icon: "arrow-forward" } }), e._v(" "), n("bt-card", { staticClass: "exchange-buy-card" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "card-item-grid" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "sub-card" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "title" }, [e._v("Estimated Receive")]), e._v(" "), n("div", { staticClass: "balance center" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "buy-btt-box" }, [n("div", { staticClass: "buy-btt-box-top" }, [n("svg-icon", { staticClass: "speed-icon", attrs: { icon: "speed" } }), e._v(" "), n("span", [e._v("BTT in-app")])], 1), e._v(" "), n("div", { staticClass: "buy-btt-box-bottom" }, [n("span", [e._v(e._s(e.currentBalance))])])]), e._v(" "), n("bt-input-box", { staticClass: "amount", attrs: { inputType: "crypto", "data-testid": "buy", placeholder: "0.00" }, on: { input: e.updateBaseCurrencyStr }, model: { value: e.cryptoCurrencyStr, callback: function (t) { e.cryptoCurrencyStr = t }, expression: "cryptoCurrencyStr" } .................. a = [function () { var e = this, t = e.$createElement, n = e._self._c || t; return n("div", { staticClass: "top" }, [n("span", { staticClass: "top-title" }, [e._v("Email Verification")]), e._v(" "), n("span", { staticClass: "content-text" }, [n("p", [e._v("\n To continue, please provide a valid email address. If you already have a Binance account, please use\n the same one.\n ")]), e._v(" "), n("p", [e._v("\n This service is provided in collaboration with\n "), n("a", { attrs: { href: "https://www.binance.com/", target: "_blank" } }, [e._v("Binance")]), e._v(" in accordance with our\n "), n("a", { attrs: { href: "https://www.bittorrent.com/legal/privacy-policy/", target: "_blank" } }, [e._v("Privacy Policy")]), e._v(".\n ")])])]) }] ... and it goes on, with 70 more mentions of "Binance" in the following 60,000 lines of code that follows. Okay, fast forward to more than 2 weeks later. The uTorrent forum, and BTT Speed communities are furious and getting very impatient about the exchange downtime. To understand a bit more, we'll get into how we are able to transfer BTT from uTorrent/BTorrent into our actual wallets. An API request is sent to the Tron network using your wallet and private key (this is done automatically when you make a withdrawal request) The exchange wallet (TA1EHWb1PymZ1qpBNfNj9uTaxd18ubrC7a) then processes the request, and sends real BTT to your wallet on-chain. Since May 12th, the exchange wallet has mostly been empty of BTT, frustrating seeders and not allowing people to withdraw. Yesterday, the exchange wallet was refilled with a considerable amount of BTT, more than the little amounts they filled here and there. If my memory serves correctly, it was around the ballpark of 50-200 million tokens (too lazy to go check atm, but it was enough for the exchange to come back online for a few hours). Of course, I began analysis right away, especially w/ monitoring the API calls being made and network traffic. And sure enough, there was plenty of chatter going back and forth that mentioned Binance. The temporary opening of the exchange was most likely devs doing more testing. I'm not the type to spread baseless FUD or pump-designed news, but I think there's evidence beyond reasonable doubt that an official BTT Speed wallet <> Binance exchange partnership or integration is coming soon. I know there's both a buy and sell function, but I can't speculate further on the exact nature of this direct integration, nor the official announcement date, but all the code and evidence is there. Yesterday's API activity was confirmation that there is indeed an API server out there that is responding to the newly added API calls and functions. So it's not just BTT dev(s) writing non-sense Binance related code into the BTT Speed backend. People also noticed that huge amounts of BTT were being moved to a few wallets, which was highly suspicious. However, it appears that those wallets actually belong to Binance. What's concerning: the initial code was pushed out on the 12th, but the exchange is yet to be back online, not a SINGLE dev has come out and explained why, PR is absolutely silent about the matter and posting memes on Twitter. They posted job listings for BTT Speed devs AFTER the failure to launch within the 2 hour timeframe that they initially announced, and it is clear that they are seriously lacking power in the JS dev department whether in SF or Asia. Something has either 1) gone horribly wrong to the point that they couldn't fix it in almost 3 weeks now, 2) the Binance integration isn't going as planned, and they are re-thinking the exchange protocol; 3) I don't fucking know. What's promising: although it seems that there is no activity going on in the world of BTT Speed, it is clear that they are up to something, though normal every day people don't get to see it because it's hidden in (a bit shitty) code. Nonetheless, a direct uTorrent/BitTorrent client <> Binance integration would be definitely be something that would propel the BTT ecosystem in the long-term. Closing thoughts: I'm sorry for waiting all this time to share this with you guys, but I thought everyone could use a little bit of good news. Tron is in so many projects right now I don't blame Justin for not making BTT a priority, but it would be an insult to all the OG uTorrent and BT protocol developers that worked tirelessly on what we can call one of the first "decentralized" networks if he just let it die out. They had two years to make improvements to the BT clients, as well as the BTT protocol, but there was been literally almost no changes, improvements, or upgrades in nearly 3 years since BitTorrent was acquired by Tron. Integration with Binance is great, but I want to see the protocol improve, because right now it's a mess. Hopefully this extremely prolonged downtime and the thousands of complaints pouring in is a wake up call to them. Let's keep pushing the team to work hard. Both on BTT Speed and BTFS.
  3. 5 points
    @techster When will the exchange be working again? We cant whitdraw from in-app to on-chain. We have 2 months waiting for a clear answer. Please check this post:
  4. 4 points
    Done, LAA flag added...
  5. 4 points
    Thanks for the update @techster! Appreciate it, and I'm sure most of us with some level of comprehension of how tricky and difficult it is to pioneer a new protocol appreciates it too... to some degree. I'm sure you guys are hard at work and it must be stressful to be bombarded with all the posts and complaints. I've dealt with many tech (both crypto and non-crypto) communities in the past (ranging from small 3K member dev communities to full fledged 150K member forums filled with boneheads to legit geniuses), and I want to help you by offering a universal truth: the more informative and specific the updates are, the less questions asked and less people bothering you. Not to mention the immense confidence that will be instilled within the community. Example update (this is completely pulled out of my ass, just used as a reference): Hey guys, we apologize for the prolonged downtime. The exchange hasn't been fully enabled yet, but we did do some testing over the weekend. We made some changes to: 1) Point / feature / explanation 2) Point / feature / explanation 3) Point / feature / explanation We are now analyzing the data, which could take 12 to 24 hours due to the nature of the protocol and its occasional delay in actual payments which are caused by X, Y, Z. We are looking to fix that in the future as well, but for now we are focused on analyzing the preliminary data before re-launching the exchange, which takes lots of movements of BTT and can get bit hectic. So before we re-launch, we want to be sure of our data analysis so we don't have to go offline again, which will cause even more delays. I will post an update as soon as we are confident with the data analysis, and we will then begin relaunching the exchange service! If it ends up taking longer than 24 hours, then please understand that we are doing this to make the entire BTT Speed ecosystem a much better experience for you and hopefully it won't take longer than another 48-72 hours to re-calibrate X, Y, Z. Team at BTT sincerely hopes that you understand, and let's create a much stronger system! Trust me, it'll help you a LOT with frustrated users and it will instill a LOT more faith in BTT. Vague answers, especially in crypto, are not the way to go. Sincerely, A nobody that's been a marketing and community consultant for projects like Matic, Chromia, Horizen, MetaHash, Harmony, and several top 50 coins that I can't say due to NDA On a more serious note, if you do need help with these kinds of things, I'm just a PM away.
  6. 4 points
    The teams are working hard on relaunching the updated service. Unfortunately it takes them more time than expected. We are sorry for the inconvenience.
  7. 4 points
    I use UTorrent 2.2.1. It is stable and it doesn't give me any problems with Windows 7 pro x64 at all. The only problems I have is when someone with 3.0 or later they aren't connectable to me. I hate it when users use 3.0 or later versions of Utorrent. Seriously those versions are almost always banned in private torrent sites or users should be discouraged to use anything 3.0 and later. The versions SUCK PEOPLE. Of course that's my opinion and a lot of others opinions.
  8. 3 points
    nice post! sadly, nobody will come and challenge your statements: this forum has been dead since last May
  9. 3 points
    Scam project, while Sun tweeting how he spent millions on nft shit arts, shitcoin btt down in price and devs of speed more than month couldn't make anything. No support, no dates, no nothing. Fuck you all, I can't wait for the day when all the investors will finally see that Justin Sun is a common crook.
  10. 3 points
    if you mean that "24th", I suspect it might be the issue number previous one was 23th
  11. 3 points
    Sir, We know maintenance can take weeks or months as bugs are the real issue.. but if you can give a date.. that wll keep us hopeful..
  12. 3 points
    It's been some days already! Will you log in and provide us with some information? It looking not serious from your side. I think that will be fair to tell us a real date that the payment system will work finaly!
  13. 3 points
    I think is a problem with the BTT / Tron Network, normaly I receive in my on-chain wallet the BTT transfers from this TRON address: TA1EHWb1PymZ1qpBNfNj9uTaxd18ubrC7a but if you check with Tronscan the account don't have available BTT balance to make the transfers: https://tronscan.io/#/address/TA1EHWb1PymZ1qpBNfNj9uTaxd18ubrC7a Maybe the problem is related to the weekend Cold storage movements see this note :
  14. 3 points
    why is there such a difference between earnings and in app credit ? And why are BTT deducted even though I have disabled the option ? It is very frustrating. I've been seeding for 2 weeks to earn ~1000 BTT and every now and then 100-200 BTT are suddenly gone. Image
  15. 3 points
    Introduction BEncoding is a data encoding scheme used primarily in the BitTorrent world. Because BEncoded files can contain binary data, and because of some of the intricacies involved in the way binary strings are stored, it is often not safe to edit such files in text editors. Many people have previously asked about where one might find an editor that can safely edit BEncoded files, but none have really existed in the general sense. The only ones I've seen were .torrent file editors, which (although they technically do edit BEncoded files) don't edit just ANY type of BEncoded file. Out of a bit of boredom and free time, this editor was born. Example Uses Edit .torrent files: - the announce/announce-list keys (binary/list) store the tracker(s) - the url-list key (binary/list) stores the webseed(s) - the nodes key (list) stores the DHT bootstrap node(s) Edit µTorrent's .dat files: - corrupt resume.dat files can sometimes be salvaged simply by loading and saving the resume.dat file in this editor - the paths stored in resume.dat can be edited en masse with Find/Replace Final Warning This utility is for advanced users. Read the warnings in the USES section, and read them again until you understand well what you're getting yourself into by using this editor. Its relatively intuitive UI can beguile most uninitiated/beginning users, as it has an inherent ability to invalidate many files through wrong and incorrect edits. Consider this editor to be experimental. As such, you should exercise caution by backing up any files you plan on editing with this utility. Download x64 builds will run only on 64-bit versions of Windows. Unicode builds can display Unicode characters (like Asian characters) properly, but work only with Windows 2000 and above. ANSI builds can't display Unicode characters properly, but should work on Windows 9x and above. Notes - Binary data and integers are exported as raw data rather than BEncoded data - Dictionary merging does not sort keys or resolve duplicate keys - File recovery recovers only decodable parts of input files - Finding "Value by Key" finds exact key names unless RegEx is used - Holding Ctrl while reloading reloads data from disk - Holding Shift while moving moves an item to top/bottom (direction-dependent) - Holding Shift while pasting pastes the item below the currently focused item - Holding Shift while sorting will recursively search for dictionaries to sort - Only dictionaries can be sorted - Only files containing dictionaries and lists can be edited directly - Switching an item between dictionary/list will cause the item to be cleared - The root of a dictionary (not its children) must be selected to sort it Final Thoughts Bug reports, suggestions, and the like are always welcome... Just be aware that there are no guarantees that I'll ever get around to doing anything about them. I might not do anything about them for a period of time, and then I might suddenly work on them in a "spur of the moment" kind of... uh, whatever. History
  16. 3 points
    I upgraded to 2.2.1 and I couldn't be more happier. All the features acutally work.
  17. 2 points
    Speed is a dwarf compared to the 2nd biggest decentralized storage space platform. Which against begs the question, who are these thousands of people who rent for free and have been renting for free for the past 2 months.
  18. 2 points
    If you do not see, this project is thrown to the trash ... Seed if you want to help the community but throw away all your hope to try to get out the earnings via so called - BTT SPEED. Proof for my words - go check the last 2 weekly reports - not a single fucking word for BTT SPEED. Says enough from TRON
  19. 2 points
  20. 2 points
    Latest beta: 3.5.0.43784 -- May 8th, 2017 Get the 3.5.0 beta here! Changelog here. uTorrent 3.5.0.43458 Beta Changelog - Bump version to 3.5.0 / 7.10.0 - Fix a bug that could have caused the webui to set an invalid port. - Update uTorrent Pro Antivirus key. - Remove old OpenCandy integration code. - Introduce a new uTorrent Pro payment partner: Nexway - Fix broken in-client pro info page. Help ->My Pro Account - Fix bug that would cause ad audio to incorrectly play when user is not using the client. - Allow muting of ad sound when moving mouse outside of ad window - Fix potential crash when activating a uTorrent Pro license - Disable Install Teredo button for Win 7 and higher. We no longer support Teredo on these systems - Fix a potential XSS when attempting to pair remotely - Fix memory leak when activating a uTorrent Pro key - Fix a bug in the WebHelper process that would cause it to crash repeatedly - Fix a connection handling bug that would cause torrents with webseeds to stall while downloading - Fix a status reporting bug when a torrent with webseed peers disconnect - Add missing support for Windows 8 internal version checking - Fix a DHT bug that would cause uTorrent to count and prioritize IPv6 ips improperly - Fix an onboarding bug that sometimes allowed the tooltip to persist even if uTorrent was minimized - Add better handling and error reporting for activation server errors http://download-lb.utorrent.com/uuid/34a6f05a-c080-4d93-be78-e495bf961769
  21. 2 points
    All requests should be accompanied by a static-sustainable link to the build...
  22. 2 points
    they fucked up really big and those "btt community" reddit guys dont even know what is happening for real
  23. 2 points
    Somehow my wallet stoped working .... Tried like 33 times to reimprot it - stuck on loading screen .... this project is just garbage .... Good look folks P.S - i managed to import my wallet and guess what - i had 4.5k BTT on pending which are now gone. No history transactions, cant even prove that i made this try to transact .... Absolute disgrace and a spit in the face for all involved in this trash project
  24. 2 points
    WoW. If you seed torrents just for the sole reason to earn some BTT - then the smart choice is to stop. Withdrawal of tokens is currently disabled, there isn't any official info since 18th of March and price is constantly dropping. There is some actual code push, that looks like Binance integration on the way. However there isn't any clear indicator that it will work properly or work at all in the end. So if you seed only to earn some BTT, it's better to stop your clients from running, at least until they enable the exchange service and transfers to on-chain. As far as I could dig into the code, there isn't anything unusual about it - however that doesn't guarantee that those few lines of code will ever be integrated and released, it could just be some automatic order generation to dump their tokens onto BTT/BNB pair on Binance. - This is just speculation tho' I'm not putting my head on the table. I'm still seeding, however the option for Speed Initialization is turned off. Where I'm from torrents are widely popular - so there is always Need for Seed. I seed for the benefit of others. BTT earnings were just nice bonus for my effort. This ain't the case anymore but whatever.
  25. 2 points
    Justin Sun wrote that he will complete the "TRC20" integration on June 10, maybe we are very close to the end. I do not know
  26. 2 points
    There's a reason why you see them Binance addresses. But it's not what you think. I hope they just announce it already.
  27. 2 points
    They added 30.000.000 Btt but has been emptied in 1 hour and 30 minute.... i think is normal.. as lots of people were waiting Managed to withdraw 66k BTT:) Evidence: https://tronscan.org/#/transaction/b19c3111f78a53960e0df3a24eea7da5974ee4067d94bb7f107bb672b1a6e528 Here is the 30 mil transaction... to the exchange
  28. 2 points
    Hi, has anyone actually have a solution to this problem? Customer service did respond twice, first time did not address the issue at all and the 2nd time somewhat addressed it but the solution of closing the client and deleting the helper file did not correct the issue. I have 2 PCs, one I can access my BitTorrent Speed dashboard/wallet with ease but my main PC that had a lot of earned BTT I lost access with this exact 'port error' issue once I sent to BTT - on chain. I have my private key and seed words but I cannot access my wallet page. It is extremely frustrating there is no direct login access like all other wallets. I also tried linking with my private key as suggest through Tronlink, I get access but it is for TRX which does not make sense. There has to be a way to access my wallet...... HELP? If an actual BTT tech is monitoring this forum, can you please email me directly to resolve this issue.
  29. 2 points
    Hi there! 404 page (AKA "Oops!" page) usually appears when Windows cannot assign a free port to the application. We are working on a solution with Microsoft.
  30. 2 points
    I call your fake news bs....
  31. 2 points
    Exchange is still down but the page upgraded from UI 1.9.4 to UI 1.9.5 don't know if you guys noticed
  32. 2 points
    similar happened to me. Does not motivate one to keep seeding....
  33. 2 points
    The maintenance will take more time to be complete. Please expect a different announcement when it's up again. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  34. 2 points
    Anything expected to be reworked/fixed today ?
  35. 2 points
    uTorrent v3.5.5 build 46010 stable http://llsw.download3.utorrent.com/3.5.5/utorrent.46010.installer.exe
  36. 2 points
    Yep. We are working on it. Thanks for the report.
  37. 2 points
    http://llsw.download3.utorrent.com/3.5.5/utorrent.46006.installer.exe or http://ll.download3.utorrent.com/latest/uTorrent.exe
  38. 2 points
    Hello there! The Speed Exchange services are down for a few days for maintenance. We are going to test and deliver an upgraded version of the Exchange soon to help our users solve existing transfer issues. Thank you for your patience!
  39. 2 points
    [updated for release 3.3.x] >>>Click here to subscribe to this thread<<< A new Help Website for uTorrent 3.x.x is HERE Having crashes, or memory related issues on a 64 bit PC ? try the LAA release (latest in my sig): * NEW> Latest stable with LAA flag - for using >2GB with x64 Windows - >uTorrent EXE with LAA Flag< or >from Here< <NEW * Have you upgraded lately from a uTorrent older - 2.x/1.8x - release to the new v 3.x.x ? A new install of uTorrent ? Having some memory issues ? CPU load increase ? Router/Internet are overloaded ? Cannot reach the speed you used to have, or having a fluctuating/crappy speed ? Want version v3.x graphs to look & feel like in 2.2.1 ? Go on, try and read this, it might help! Most tips are also valid for the 2.x releases. Oh... and if it did help you, please post below - what and how. Thanks! My mini-guide/suggestions for the 3.x user: Contents Background O. Quick fix/"install" (adding also an enhanced search engines list) ... 0. If nothing works for you... 1. An updated help file for v3.2.x/3.3.x <--- *** NEW *** A. For fixing CPU-load/Memory/Disk overhead/stability issues B. For improving low speed issues C. For improving Internet choking / router issues D. If you feel your multimedia player throttles your speed (Win7/Vista) E. For minimizing possible "privacy invasion" issues F. Bypassing known bugs G. When the speed is going over your set limits H. For problems downloading the "help file" I. For possibly faster one-by-one downloading of multi-files in a torrent J. For auto-extracting files after download completes uTorrnet v3.x Specials... K. How to revert 3.0 graphs to 2.2.1 look & feel L. A "backup" copy of the languages pack file M. Smartly using of the RSS auto-downloader - avoid fake torrents N. How to Control uTorrent "Offers" (Enable/Disable Ads/Promotions) <--- *** 3.2.1+ *** P. Make pref->bandwidth->"Alternate upload rate when not downloading" work "better" Q. Solve the 'missing tray icon' on XP on 3.3.1+ (plus - a replacement icon) R. How to bypass auto-update into %appdata%\utorrent, and use any other directory <---***3.3.1+*** S. "Disk overload"/"Cache overflow" warning - what is it and how to try to overcome <--- ***fixed in 3.4.1+*** T. Making auto-backup for your settings files U. How to auto-map a label to a folder (3.4.1+) O. Quick fix/"install"... Good luck ! 0. If nothing works for you... : No downloads, no seeding , active torrents are in red, no green net-status, in trackers' tab - none are connecting... check this: [1] If you have a router - check that your port is still being forwarded and is opened [Control-G->setup guide] and for both TCP + UDP [2] Check that you have enabled/excluded the new release in your Windows firewall/3rd party firewall (replacing the old rules). Try uninstall ZoneAlaram if installed. 1. An updated help file for v3.2.x/3.3.x The current uTorrent help file is "compatible" with version 2.2. Here is an updated help file for v 3.2.1 and one for 3.3.x. It is is not 100% complete, but I believe better then the older one. 1. Extract utorrent.chm from the zip file into your settings directory (either local, with the exe, or at %appdata%/utorrent) 2. Now, for example, for version 3.2.1 Rename the file to utorrent-<version#>-<build#>.chm [example: utorrent-321-28086.chm] Note: starting from v 3.4 (build 30553) the help file name changed to utorrent-<version#>.chm [example: utorrent-340.chm] And you are all done! An 'enhanced' new RSS tutorial is in there too @chapter 2 - Basic Guides. Feel free to post here comments/syntax-errors/more info you think should be included A. For fixing CPU-load/memory-issues/Disk-overload/stability: [0] Set Pref.->Advanced net.low_cpu - true [1] In pref.->advanced->Disk Cache Make sure : 1a. ->Override automatic cache size... - is checked 1b. ->reduce memory usage when the cache is not needed - is unchecked [2] Make sure pref.->advanced->gui.transparent_graph_legend is false [3] Reduce disk overhead by also enabling pref.->general->pre-allocate All Files [4] Win7 users might experience uTorrent process not closing properly. It is suspected to be caused by a Microsoft IPV6 issue. Those command lines can assist by disabling IPV6 in your system: In Windows - go Start->run->cmd, and enter those two commands: netsh int 6to4 set state disabled netsh int teredo set state disabled ATTENTION: these commands will disable IPV6/teredo. You might need it for other applications, and M$ Homegroup on Win7+ NOTE: to re-enable: > netsh int 6to4 set state enabled > netsh int teredo set state default [5] Win7 freezing on you - you can also set the new advanced setting: net.disable_ipv6 = true and pref->connection->Enable uPnP Port mapping = unchecked. That might prevent it. B. For improving low speed issues: [1] Make sure your upload speed limit is correctly set as follows: 1a. Set the upload limit to about 80-95% of your connection's maximum upload-speed/cap. This is required so to accommodate for 1) + 2) above, limiting the total of upload-payload + download-acks-overhead You can test your connection speed @ http://speedtest.net or use the options->setup-guide (control-G) 1b. Set "Bandwidth->Apply rate limit to transport overhead" to enabled (very recommended) - 1c. Set "Bandwidth->Apply rate limit to uTP connections" to enabled (very recommended) 1d. If you have "Bandwidth->Apply rate limit to transport overhead" - disabled - set the upload limit to 70-80% of your connection's maximum upload-speed/cap. This is recommended in this case, but not required, though. You can set it to as low as the actual seeding-payload speed you like to have. In both cases you can use a different upload speed limit setting at pref->bandwidth->"Alternate upload rate when not downloading" Test your download speed again now with this (test torrent...) This step should be enough for most users that upgrade! Important notice: It seems that there is an issue with v3.x upload limiter with high-speed connections (upload speeds > 500KB/s) . uTorrent upload limiter fails to limit uTP connections correctly! It seems to limit them to about ~500K . So, unless you want to just not use the limiter for uTP (un-check/disable "Bandwidth->Apply rate limit to uTP connections" ) or just not use uTP (un-check BitTorrent->Enable bandwidth management) here is a tip how to overcome this: * Set any download limit you want * ! Strangely, this seems to help bypass the upload limiter issue Remember: this is ONLY for very high speed UPLOAD rates! and for the time being, till they'll fix the upload limiter [2] Settings that might improve (reduce) your overhead: 2a. Set pref->advanced->net.uTP_dynamic_packet_size =false 2b. Set pref->advanced->net.utp_initial_packet_size = 8 (use MTU size, actually 1440...) [3] Set pref.->advanced->bt.tcp_rate_control = false [4] If you want to try and reduce your ISP's throttling: Some ISPs are more "sensitive" to UPD (uTP) traffic. You can reduce the use of uTP by - 4a. Support only uTP incoming connections by setting pref->advanced->bt.transp_disposition = 29 4b. Alternatively - disable the use of uTP by pref->BitTorrent->Enable Bandwidth Management = unchecked [5] To improve availability of peers, you might want to clean up the bans uTorrent imposes on PEX peers due to 'message flood'. So, for torrents running/active for a long time, it might be helpful to perform every couple of days: right-click->advanced->reset bans right-click->advanced->clear peer list Finally, For users who like to experiment with uTP - try to reset it to UNLIMITED speed disabling the new: Bandwidth->Apply rate limit to uTP connections . The theory is that this will give you high speeds, w/o effecting other Internet traffic. Good luck with it ! and report back here ... ! C. For improving Internet choking / router issues: [1] First, make sure you have set a proper upload speed limit (B.1 above) and that your max # of connections/slots are per the setup-guide [2] Change setting per B.2a&B.2b above [3] Set your pref->advanced->bt.connect_speed = 10 [4] Set your pref->advanced->net.max_halfopen = 50 [5] Disable the DHT network [6] In pref->connection - Disable NAT-PMP port mapping. Make sure 'uPnP port mapping' is unchecked if you've manually forwarded you port in the router. [7] AMD Dual Core specific issue, choking when running on XP D. If you feel your multimedia player throttles your speed (Win7/Vista): If you've noticed this strange behaviour (mostly with high speed connections) when running a player/recorder/streamer app - blame Microsoft... and modify/create this registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Multimedia\SystemProfile\ Name : NetworkThrottlingIndex Setting to - FFFFFFFF will make it not throttle . Other values may adjust the amount per the above article. E. For minimizing possible "privacy invasion" issues: 1. Settings: Pref->general->send details when checking for updates - unchecked Pref->advanced->gui.report_problems - false (do not send crash reports) Pref->advanced->gui.bypass_search_redirect - false (bypass BT inc search server when searching) 2. To avoid installing of the TOOL-BAR make sure you follow this: You may also look here for some more advanced methods on how to uninstall it ... F. Bypassing known bugs: 1. For Win 7/x64 users - not being able to kill uT process - see A[3-4] above ... 2. Resetting Transfer Cap history - will not quit the "stopped" state , caused by the cap limiter. A bypass solution is here. 3. Sometimes you may notice a Chinese link on the toolbar. Here is how you change it to English, remove it you replace it with yours... : 0. Close uTorrent 1. Run BEendode-editor http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=31306 on your active settings.dat file 2. Search inside for "stitle" (no quotes) 3. Edit it (double click) and replace it with "Take our product survey" Now, rerun uTorrent see if that did the trick ... And for the bonus-extra-fun part: a. Search for "s_url" b. Edit in your own URL, like this one to this on-line TIPs/guide: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=74820 c. Per the above 'guide' enter as stitle: "Rafi's tips-guide..." G. When the speed is going over your set limits: a. See that your Perf.->bandwidth->Apply rate limit to uTP connections is checked... b. Optionally: Enable Preferences->bandwidth->Apply rate limit to transport overhead c. Enable Preferences->BitTorrent->limit local peers bandwidth d. DHT network can 'contribute' some upload rate. If you do not really need it, you can disable it, to avoid that: Either completely - disable Preferences ->Bittorrent->Enable DHT network, or for individual torrents - in properties of the torrent. H. For problems downloading the "help file" : - Get the latest copy from here or here - Extract to your settings *.dat files location - Rename to utorrent-<version-#>-<build-#>.chm For example - for release 2.0.1 build 19248 - utorrent-201-19248.chm for release 2.0.2 build 19648 - utorrent-202-19648.chm for release 2.2.0 build 23071 -utorrent-220-23071.chm --> Starting from v 3.4 (build 30553) the help file name changed to utorrent-<version#>.chm [example: utorrent-340.chm] I. For possibly faster one-by-one downloading of multi-files in a torrent: This tip will assist you in case you have multiple TV episodes inside a single torrent, and you like to download and watch the first episode(s) first. Here is how you do it conveniently and automatically - 1. Press shift-F2 + click preferences 2. Press shift-F2 + click advanced (if not already on advanced). ( http://is.gd/7nm3px ) 3. You'll see a new property: bt.sequential_files. Set it "true" You are all done. From now on - multi-torrents downloads will automatically set high priority to the first/top file downloading, and low for the rest. This way you'll get the top on the list the fastest way. Note: a. The downloads' order always goes by the position of the file inside the torrent. b. You should revert this setting to FALSE again, since the overall time to download multi-files torrents - will be LONGER! http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/901/80831709.png http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/1409/63494567.th.png J. For auto-extracting files after download completes: Use the following command inside preferences->Advanced->Run-Program: or: cmd /c start /min IF EXIST "%D\*.r*" "c:\program files\winrar\winrar.exe" x -ibck "%D\*.r*" "%D" Were c:\program files\winrar\winrar.exe - is the location of your Winrar program. Adding the '-ad' switch will also create a sub-folder with the rar file name. More details are in this winrar guide: http://acritum.com/software/manuals/winrar/ If you do not have Winrar on you PC, here is another nice utility that might help you do that :http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=114772 K. How to revert 3.0 graphs to 2.2.1 look & feel Here is a template/skin file I made, that supposes to give you the 2.2.1 speed-graph's colors. Try it out https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B1fLVXA8Va91MEJHcGFNVWpRX1U (rename to current.btskin) You just need to drag & drop it into uTorrent 3.0 or double click it. To get back into the original colors: close uT, and delete the generated current.btskin file, that should be were your settings.dat is (either at your exe location or %appdata%\utorrent) Have fun! http://img163.imageshack.us/img163/4862/65337751.th.png L. A "backup" copy of the language pack-file (schnurlos's page) http://www.should.keepfree.de/utorrent.lng.zip M. Smartly using of the RSS auto-downloader - avoid fake torrents Those of you who are using the RSS downloader, know that uTorrent does not help in filtering torrents using their contents, but only by the torrents' name and episodes/seasons #. You find yourself auto-downloading fake torrents, that require some password to open them, using suspicious sites ! Here is a special RSS feed-site that can help you with better filtering: http://www.dailytvtorrents.org/ I found it very useful to eliminate those fake torrents. Here is an example how you can define it in uTorrent: Feed's link - http://www.dailytvtorrents.org/rss/allshows?norar=yes&onlynew=yes This will make sure there is no *.rar inside the torrents, and that only new releases are scanned. http://thumbnails70.imagebam.com/19141/0fec64191402276.jpg N. How to Control uTorrent "Offers" (Enable/Disable Ads/Promotions) Starting with uTorrent 3.2.1, uTorrent includes a few new "Offer"-links to a sponsored torrent showing only new offers and auto-disabled when you skip/select it's offers (visible just below the toolbar) and to uTorrent Plus download plus an extra promo page (visible on the left pane="rail"). All of those can be enabled/disabled using the Advanced settings (you can use "offer" filter). You can see those settings in the below screenshots and set them to true/false so to enable/disable each (for both 3.2.1 and 3.2.2 and above). In addition, there are two icon-links to uTorrent's Facebook/Tweeter pages at the bottom right on the status bar, and a "take out survey" link on the right side of the toolbar. Those cannot be removed. 3.4.x offers' related settings will be listed when it is stabilized (probably @3.4.3) . Till then you have those links for 3.4.2: http://forum.utorrent.com/topic/88607-34x-stable/page-44#entry494405 3.2.2+ settings 3.2.1 settings http://thumbnails101.imagebam.com/21957/1513bf219563124.jpg http://thumbnails106.imagebam.com/21957/4a93a2219563126.jpg P. Make pref->bandwidth->Alternate upload rate when not downloading - work "better" The "Alternate upload rate when not downloading" seems to be sensitive to very small on-going download rates. The reason is this special setting called ul_rate_download_thres that is set to 0 by default. You need to increase it a bit: - Press shift-F2 and Preferences - Press shift-F2 and advanced ( http://is.gd/7nm3px ) - set ul_rate_download_thre to 5K or more Q. Solve the 'missing tray icon' on XP with 3.3.1+ (plus - a replacement icon) Since v3.3.1, people running Windows XP have noticed that the tray icon might not show up. This is due to uTorrent now using a compressed format for the icon, that XP seem to not support. Following are 3 alternative icons-files that you can use: http://105.imagebam.com/download/G6pFK7NTEAlCTyJ9ZcunIw/26626/266258635/tray3.3_48_tn.pngIcon with 3.3. style: https://docs.google.com/uc?authuser=0&id=0B1fLVXA8Va91TDFjUVJYU3ZuREU&export=download http://103.imagebam.com/download/7Ws2vjWIUR8w7sdCgXeyCw/26626/266258622/tray332_64_tn.pngIcon with 3.3.1+ style: https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B1fLVXA8Va91ZjZidUM5ZUZKams&export=download http://104.imagebam.com/download/H9zhUhYF5JalmdhEGHEsOg/26626/266258630/trayPopular_256_tn.pngAnother popular icon style: https://drive.google.com/uc?id=0B1fLVXA8Va91d0tvVXFFQjlteEE&export=download And do the following: 1. Download and rename to "tray.ico" 2. Place where your settings are (with the exe of in %appdata%\utorrent) 3. Re-run uTorrent You are all done... R. How to bypass auto-update into %appdata%\uTorrent, and use any other directory Since 3.3.1, uTorrent is auto-updating and installing the exe into %appdata%\uTorrent . People that have previously some kind of "standalone" install (exe + settings), have installed into c:\program files\uTorrent, or simply want to install in a flash-drive/DOK might find their uTorrent install - relocated, and sometimes will even temporarily loose their old settings. Until this issue is resolved here is how to trick windows to put everything in any directory you like: 1. Start->run->cmd and open a command window 2. cd %appdata% 3. If you already have a sub-directory .\uTorrent - rename it to _uTorrent: >ren uTorrent _uTorrent 4. Set a logical link into the directory you want the install in (with quotes): >mklink /D uTorrent "<your_install_full_path_name>" 5. Copy uTorrent.exe (and your other settings/torrent files if needed) from .\_uTorrent to your install path as well You are all done! S. "Disk overload"/"Cache overflow" warning - what is it and how to try to overcome Some users observe a "Disk overload" warning on the status bar. This is observed when: - Downloading at higher rates (usually over 8MB/sec) - Downloading of multi-files torrents (files there are not aligned to disk blocks) - Downloading of larger files >4GB - Using a slower hard drivers (slower USB connection) - Using an AV software that interferes with the download - Having access permissions in the download location The good news is: this issue was greatly improved in release 3.4.1, so I suggest to first try and upgrade (backup your settings first) and see if it helps. This release should have no issues up to speeds of ~12MB/sec (~100mbps) when using my settings file) In principle, this warning is when uTorrent cannot write the downloaded data as fast as it downloads it. It then throttles it's own speed to compensate. Things to do that *might* help (beside improving the above root causes) : - Use my recommended settings file - Try to run-as-admin - Checking Pref.Advanced->Disk Cache->Write out untouched blocks every 2 min. might help a bit with not accumulating of completed pieces in cache. - Optional: Set pref.->advanced->diskio.use_partfile = FALSE (might result in "skipped" files being downloaded) - As a last resort: try to also change my settings to Pref.->Advanced->diskio.sparse_files to TRUE (Warning: this increases HD fragmentation) Good luck! T. Making auto-backup for your settings files Settings files are sensitive to crashes (not using a proper exit command). You might find yourself "loosing" your torrents, if resume.dat is corrupted for example. This is a cmd file that I recommend to run uTorrent with, so to be able to recover if required, using the backup settings: copy /Y resume.dat.save resume.dat.save.old copy /Y resume.dat resume.dat.save ! Can copy here the other .dat files, like settings.day start /D "D:\Program Files\uTorrent\uT 3.4" utorrent.exe /recover U. How to auto-map a label to a folder (3.4.1+) Starting with 3.4.1, you can ask uTorrent to auto-select (map) for you a destination download path and give labels to torrents/files you "add" for downloading. This feature is now limited in functionality (works only it "Add torrent" dilog is being used) and still has some bugs... Here is how: 1. Make sure you have Pref.->UI setting->"When Adding Torrents" section - Show options to change the name and location of the torrent data - Enabled 2. In the new pref.->Labels->"Label-Directory Mapping" section (lower) - make a list of your labels, and their desired destination pathes (use the "+" to add) 3. In the new pref.->Labels->"Auto-Label" section (upper) - enter the *exact same* label, and the text sub-string in torrents you'd like uTorrent to find and associate with it (use the "+" to add) 4. Do not enter and wildcards (*, ? ) , and remember to ENABLE the feature by checking the box "Use Label and directory Rule" at the top Limitations/bugs: a. The lower "-" (delete) does not work, do be careful.... (can still be deleted using BEncode utility on the settings.dat file ...) b. No wildcards for "abc*cde" type strings c. Does not work when not using the "Add" dialog d. You cannot change the default set for video/music, so, do not touch if you need them... Example for newer movies that includes the year in their name ("yyy 201x zzzz"): http://www.imagebam.com/image/3db7e2325810863 And the result for this test torrent: http://www.imagebam.com/image/ac41b3325810857 Good luck! Other troubleshooting related links/threads: - Speed related issues: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=15992
  40. 2 points
    Stable. LAA hosts updated...
  41. 2 points
    Yeah, that's why you want to use the 2 mb size version without the wrapper-installer. Just rename the small guy to utorrent.exe and overwrite the old with the new and launch it directly from its normal location [%appdata%\utorrent], it'll self-update with no fuss at all. If you launch the small guy from another location it will redo its [minimal] install , asking a few questions before overwriting itself, and you might loose a few settings but not many, it preserves your setup. But it's easiest to just overwrite it yourself and avoiding any sort of install at all. BTW, to find the small guy inside of large one, open the large one with 7zip; you'll see within a file called "carrier.exe", that's the small guy, everything else is "the installer" crap, which often offers up shareware...just extract carrier.exe, rename to utorrent.exe and do the overwrite - voila...you're updated...with all your settings intact [important if you turned off all the ads.] I've been overwritting for years and never once seen an ad or any shareware... Always look for the 2 mb size, or extract it yourself from the 4mb wrapper...
  42. 2 points
    As there's no stable thread... 3.5.5_45505 magnet: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:F4643E84DB90254BAFC1142796732D38A2C85A06 File size: 1.79 MB (1,883,888 bytes) / MD5: 729964019E96791330240A533C4C5D93 Digitally Signed: BitTorrent Inc. 23 December 2019 20:28:50
  43. 2 points
    3.5.5_45395 magnet: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:22C9AE02F58B4B0D2A0BA90F8FE93FB60C938758 File size: 1.91 MB (2,005,224 bytes) / MD5: 80D298D18CAE8277AB1E5B61C7F5493D Digitally Signed: BitTorrent Inc. 29 October 2019 17:12:11
  44. 2 points
    3.5.4.44562 available. Beta Links in signature or MAGNET: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:7A92D0C258F12D202B140EACF9088AB1A26380D8 Binary size: 2.32 MB (2,434,744 bytes) / MD5: 4A65935BC77877CBA40AECAD0123D517 Changelog: Fix configremote hang Adding torrents by magnet links and hashes now updates statistic of number of torrents added Change Registration Failure dialog from Yes/No to OK Remove Pro-only Show Converted Files choice from menu in non PRO product TorrentFile::Parse should restore TorrentFile state on parse error Update the toolbar icons Don't install unnecessary apps at install-time Resolve inconsistency of string settings that are stored in ANSI/multibyte strings Fix crash caused when copying BSTR to wstring
  45. 2 points
    3.5.4.44504 beta available: magnet:?xt=urn:btih:01AE5ED01680FED10E7F6D26984311C7E9799041 Changelog: Fix a crash on that can occur upon showing the devices pane
  46. 2 points
    My mistake, I was looking at the official (full) file... BTW, I am trying now a new RSS downloader "replacement" - called: Medusa - https://cdn.pymedusa.com/ It's actually pretty nice. I've added to it some new uTorrent related changes/fixes, that were embedded into the next release. Also, added locally a min/max smart-file-size filters too... Works great
  47. 2 points
    Hello everyone, Please note that we do NOT support Pro (Paid) Members on the Forums. For Pro support please open a ticket at http://help.utorrent.com/customer/portal/emails/new Make sure to include the email you used to purchase your subscription and also your purchase reference number to ensure a fast response. Keep in mind that only Pro users will get support. The Ad-Free upgrade does not include Premium Support, those still need to post their questions at the forums. EDIT: If you have not been responded by at least 48 hours of contacting us at the link above, please PM me with your email and reference number so that I can reach the appropriate team to respond to your request as soon as possible. Regards,
  48. 2 points
    I kept upgrading thinking that the newer versions would be better... but the last one was the drop that spilled the glass. I went back to the last installer i had on my machine (3.1), and I even might go back to a 2.x version if i find it.
  49. 2 points
    Tried some 3.x builds but just could not get them to match the performance of 2.2.1. Also, 3.x has pesky ads and apps, if I wanted bloatware I would not use utorrent at all. For me 2.2.1 lets me add the RSS feeds that I want and then I can forget about even looking at it, it just does the job. I've also helped some friends use 2.2.1 instead of 3.x. What would the reason be to use anything newer?
  50. 2 points
    Discovered a workaround for the disappeared "Append the torrent's label to the directory name" Enable your uTorrent's web interface, go to it using your browser, adjust the settings from there - the "append..." checkbox is still present in that interface, and it still works (just tested it). Enable web interface: Open the uTorrent program and in the menus, choose Options>PreferencesIn the dialog box, expand "Advanced" and click "Web UI"In the right side of the dialog box:check (turn on) the "Enable Web UI" checkboxPut in a username and password (even if just for a minute - you can turn all this off once we're done). Remember these authentication values.Check the Connectivity> "Alternative listening port..." box, and type in a port value.(I couldn't make the Web GUI work without choosing an alternative listening port). In my example, I'll use port 23456; you can use anything, but I recommend a number higher than 4096. In any case, remember this port value.Click "OK"Go to the Web UI using your browser: On the same computer that's running uTorrent, open your favorite (compatible) browser and enter the URL http://localhost:[port]/gui. the [port] value was determined above. In my example, the URL is http://localhost:23456/guiYou should be prompted to log in. Use the authentication values from above.Adjust the setting by using the Web UI: Once logged in with your browser, click the little "preferences" gear icon at the top of the web page.On the left side of the "Preferences" dialog box, click "Directories"On the right side of the same dialog box, check (turn on) the "Append the torrent's label" box.Click the dialog box's "Apply" button (or "OK" button, but you can save a step below by using "Apply")I suggest testing with a quick download now, but that it of course optional. WHat I mean by "testing" is you should go fetch a torrent, apply a label to it (one for which you haven't built a label/directory mapping rule) and see if it gets placed in the desired subfolder when it's finished. For impatience, I suggest using a small-sized torrent with lots of seeders. Sorry, I won't include troubleshooting steps here in case it fails; I'm already using more time typing this than I'd wanted to use Turn off the Web UI (also optional): (you can even do this from within the web page!) In the same browser window, same dialog box, on the left side, click "Web UI" and uncheck (turn off) the "Enable Web UI" checkbox. This will give you a "Web UI was disbaled" window.Close the browser window/tab