Version of uTorrent that could be run on a Android phone, either to download directly from the phone or control a remote uTorrent on a computer.602 votes
We have a remote control app for Android already right here: http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?id=89902
We’re working on a native client as well.
If you plug out External Hard-drive and plug in another device, which replaces your drive letter. Then you plug the External Hard-drive back in, it will not find the "correct" hard-drive automatically. Solution could be: Save hard-drive serial when adding new torrent. Then automatically search through all Hard-drives serials to find the correct one when new device is inserted.12 votes
This is actually a feature we already started to implement. You’ll probably see it finished in 3.1.
When seeding huge file (> 4Gb) with high upload speed and open this file in other program (e. g. mplayer) memory leak is detected. Commit memory growing up to the whole available physical memory. System be come unstable and overall performance decrease dramatically due to swapping. The reason is in a FILE_FLAG_RANDOM_ACCESS flag usage when OpenFile API is called. For more information: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/25493694 votes
We’re removing this flag now. Apparently, we’ve been using it since uT 1.8 and is probably the cause for sluggishness and high system memory usage.
We’ll turn this off and probably try switching back to buffered I/O by default.
Thanks for reporting this; it’s been very helpful!
Add RSS-flows to Web UI so you can start a download and view your RSS wherever you are.19 votes
Already being worked on.
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