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Ast0reth

Remote Crashing iPhone Browser

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I recently installed uTorrent 3.1.3 because I wanted to be able to access RSS feeds from my iPhone and none of the WebUI customizations I had found allowed for that. Everything is working fine from my PC, so I know my server is all set, but after (successfully) logging in to remote.utorrent.com or web.utorrent.com my phone hangs at the image below before crashing to Springboard.

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The features I see listed for this seem fantastic. I would hate to not be able to use them.

Any ideas? (Please- The featurelist is staggering!)

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I am having this same trouble on my iphone with ios 5.01, whereas a year ago it worked fine for me. My theory is if you have a LOT of torrents loaded, the browser runs out of memory. I'm now at 400+. :o

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Yes, it would be nice if there was a little more configurability. Your suggestion would work, or the ability to configure the initially selected torrent category/label, or for that matter, the ability to not select any category/label (i.e. not load any torrents into the list). My main purpose for using the remote interface is to add a torrent, not monitor existing torrents, so it really sucks that existing torrents are crashing my phone's browser when I don't even care to see them.

Any comment from the utorrent team???

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I've been having this same problem for some time now.  Any chance we can get a resolution?  I would suggest not loading the data from each torrent when the main page loads, but rather just the count.  Then on drill-down, load the details.  That way if we just want to add (which is really what most people want to do) then we can do that without having it crash.  Thanks!!!

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