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11th September 2019, 10:33 AM |#30921  
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One doesn't follow the rules as there are no universal rules. One makes them and then follow.

There are forum rules. https://forum.xda-developers.com/announcement.php?a=81 You do not make them up yourself.
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11th September 2019, 01:30 PM |#30922  
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There are forum rules. https://forum.xda-developers.com/announcement.php?a=81 You do not make them up yourself.

I wasn't talking about forum rules. I was talking about steps to follow in order to achieve a specific goal.
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11th September 2019, 02:01 PM |#30923  
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Posts edited.

I don't want to kill the complete chain of flow happening here, so i am requesting all of you to get back on topic and discuss what is relevant to the OP.

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I wasn't talking about forum rules. I was talking about steps to follow in order to achieve a specific goal.

The developer and owner of the thread here is very kind and gently. Some users, the more expert and knowledgeable users the more kind are they too. The rest is a group of people that seems to have mostly bad manners against new users that posting here. And unfortunately forum rules are valid only for others than the "groups" of "not kind" users. So if you want to have constructive conversation better posting when the developer or some others fair and knowledgeable user are active in thread, they will not delude you for sure.
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11th September 2019, 07:03 PM |#30925  
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I regularly use TCP Server to move files to other Android phones on my home network. This problem I noticed on the Q Beta program, but I didn't report it earlier. Now that Android 10 is official here's the report.
I'm using 2 Pixel 2's in this scenario, one on Android 9.0 and one on Android 10.0. Both have latest MiXplorer XDA Labs version.
-TCP Server successfully starts on both devices.
-9.0 device can successfully send files over TCP to 10.0 device.
-10.0 device CAN'T send files to 9.0 device. Refreshing for available TCP servers on network comes up empty. Repeating the search for running TCP Server on network never finds the running TCP Server on the 9.0 device.
-A parallel test from a third device to send files to the 9.0 device worked, so the TCP Server successfully received files from other Android 8.1 and 9.0 devices.

Please let me know if logs would help.
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12th September 2019, 08:56 PM |#30926  
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I regularly use TCP Server to move files to other Android phones on my home network. This problem I noticed on the Q Beta program, but I didn't report it earlier. Now that Android 10 is official here's the report.
I'm using 2 Pixel 2's in this scenario, one on Android 9.0 and one on Android 10.0. Both have latest MiXplorer XDA Labs version.
-TCP Server successfully starts on both devices.
-9.0 device can successfully send files over TCP to 10.0 device.
-10.0 device CAN'T send files to 9.0 device. Refreshing for available TCP servers on network comes up empty. Repeating the search for running TCP Server on network never finds the running TCP Server on the 9.0 device.
-A parallel test from a third device to send files to the 9.0 device worked, so the TCP Server successfully received files from other Android 8.1 and 9.0 devices.

Please let me know if logs would help.

The developer or users who have experienced the same thing (if anyone else has) might (or might not) be able to say if that is a known limitation or issue. That being said, logs rarely don't help.
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13th September 2019, 02:01 PM |#30927  
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I regularly use TCP Server to move files to other Android phones on my home network. This problem I noticed on the Q Beta program, but I didn't report it earlier. Now that Android 10 is official here's the report.
I'm using 2 Pixel 2's in this scenario, one on Android 9.0 and one on Android 10.0. Both have latest MiXplorer XDA Labs version.
-TCP Server successfully starts on both devices.
-9.0 device can successfully send files over TCP to 10.0 device.
-10.0 device CAN'T send files to 9.0 device. Refreshing for available TCP servers on network comes up empty. Repeating the search for running TCP Server on network never finds the running TCP Server on the 9.0 device.
-A parallel test from a third device to send files to the 9.0 device worked, so the TCP Server successfully received files from other Android 8.1 and 9.0 devices.

Please let me know if logs would help.


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The developer or users who have experienced the same thing (if anyone else has) might (or might not) be able to say if that is a known limitation or issue. That being said, logs rarely don't help.

@HootanParsa here's a log
I'm no expert, but it looks to me like MiXplorer is going to need location permission to be able to send files over TCP in Android 10
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13th September 2019, 05:21 PM |#30928  
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I don't know if it's been previously answered. But I experience very slow transfer speeds while copying/moving files from internal storage to ext. Sd and vice versa. Speeds start at ~200 mb/s but then slowly drops as low as 500 kB/s.

Tried the same on solid explorer, the transfer speed stays constant. Why is this happening and is there any solution to it?
13th September 2019, 06:36 PM |#30929  
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I don't know if it's been previously answered. But I experience very slow transfer speeds while copying/moving files from internal storage to ext. Sd and vice versa. Speeds start at ~200 mb/s but then slowly drops as low as 500 kB/s.

Tried the same on solid explorer, the transfer speed stays constant. Why is this happening and is there any solution to it?

Instead of copying/moving from /sdcard try from /data/media/0
On the target side try using the /mnt/media_rw path rather than the /storage path
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14th September 2019, 12:02 AM |#30930  
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I always liked the feature of batch selection in ES File Explorer, would like to see the same feature in Mixplorer as well. It's really helpful if you wanna batch select the files which are in order but don't wanna select all the files. The feature also helps reducing work time in such operations especially when the number of total files and files to select are quite high, selecting each of them individually would be tiresome. If it is already there, then please LMK. If it isn't, would be glad to see it in future updates @HootanParsa
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I always liked the feature of batch selection in ES File Explorer, would like to see the same feature in Mixplorer as well. It's really helpful if you wanna batch select the files which are in order but don't wanna select all the files. The feature also helps reducing work time in such operations especially when the number of total files and files to select are quite high, selecting each of them individually would be tiresome. If it is already there, then please LMK. If it isn't, would be glad to see it in future updates @HootanParsa

I dont know what batch select is in ES (generally when talking about another app, you would be better to explain it more detailed, its been a few years since used ES), however, MiX has a batch select of files that are order. If you long press the first file, then scroll down to the last file you want selected, and long press that file, that will select the files in the range, without selecting every file below it.

Is that what you are asking for?
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