For some reason my NuDroid doesn’t sync, and doesn’t seem to connect to either Willy’s server or svr1. I can reach both URLs with my internet connection. I’m at the newest version on Google Play. It connected fine about 20 hours ago.
It seems that the server indicator colors remain grey. That’s a bit weird.
I am experiencing the same issue on my tablet, which I discovered just now.
Deleting app data doesn’t seem to help
Any ideas @MatthewLM?
I can’t see any problem with my tablet. Syncing goes without a problem on svr1.
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To me the problem persists. Just in case, I’m not using shapeshift. The app seems to be sending out requests but the server indicators are always grey (instead of red/green).
I’m having the same problem. Have entered London, Anton, Berta, and Default as trusted servers, but they all have the gray indicator (not green). Stuck on “13 months behind” with no peers and no blocks. @MatthewLM any ideas?
I can confirm that NuBitsexplorer.nu, the default server is working. Please make sure that is the preferred server when you have problems. It shows green to me and can confirm it is up and running as it has been in the last 6+ months.
It would also help to add trusted peers e.g. the IP of your own PC minting or one which your PC is regularly connected to. Check in debug window and type getpeerinfo to obtain that information. This would help with faster syncing.
The new Anton server shows grey on my client. It is for @willy to confirm whether it is working or not.
Maybe there is an interpretation issue with colour coding and only the connected server shows green. Not in a position to make a quick screenshot, but secondary server shows grey as does your secondary server (Berta).
The new functionality includes:
- highlight the servers in the list a
light shade of red or green depending on whether or not the server
responded successfully the last time it was queried,
- Highlight the last successful server in bold.
So it probably makes sense that the others are not green.
Another tip for those who struggle to get a green server, there is a restore to default option clicking on the 'pref icon on the top right on the Trusted servers screen. Typos are easily made after all.
I just installed NuDroid for the first time and am having the same issue of being unable to connect to any server. However, CatLog says I’ve connected to 2 peers and downloaded a block, it just isn’t reflected in the app.
Edit: 09-05 17:36:06.079 W/PackageManager(1003): Failure retrieving resources for com.matthewmitchell.nubits_android_wallet: Resource ID #0x0
This is the only error now.
Ok, I do have a working NuDroid client here.
Did you get the version from Google play (v4.1). And what is your current default primary server? (please look under Trusted servers in Settings)
I got it from Google Play, I have the default server set currently (via the “Restore Defaults” button) and I’ve also tried Anton and London
Ok, and you don’t see a green bar on the right of ‘nubitsexplorer.nu’ when it is the first priority server (nr.1)? Please look in the Trusted Servers section to find the green bar. If not, please check if you can get to nubitsexplorer.nu in the browser.
I can access the site through my browser, the bar stays gray though
Is NuBitsExplorer the nr.1 server in your list of Trusted Servers and did you untick the "Equal priority to previous server’?
When that is working you might want to add a Trusted Peer e.g. 188.8.131.52 (seed node). You can add this IP in the Settings section under Trusted Peer (not in Trusted servers).
It just occurred to me that there are still a number of v1.0 peers on a fork which might confuse the normal discovery process and/or syncing. Adding a trusted v2.0 peer as suggested above would be the best workaround at the moment.
https://svr1.nubitsexplorer.nu/q/getvalidhashes is the only server currently added. I tried adding the Trusted Peer and unfortunately it didn’t fix it.
Hmm, that seed node seems to have problems indeed. Just tested this one for you: 184.108.40.206
That is working for sure. Please try to add that instead.
Excellent, thank you! It’s working now.