AfterDawn Forums

android torrent client

This discussion thread has 6 messages.

#1
Is there a native (you download files directly to phone)torrent client for android which has a scheduler in it, so as to start the ownload automatically in the off peak hours? This is possible on the pc using utorrent and on the phone?If there is not is there a way around it? say a method of starting the app at a predetermined time automatically? I am using Sony eperia ray with 2.3 android.
▼▼ This topic has 5 answers - they are below this advertisement ▼▼
AfterDawn Advertisement
#2
You could use ADownloader.It dosent have a scheduler built in but you may be able to set it up using Tasker.


Sorry cant post the links up for you.
#3
I have used aTorrent in the past. It has an inbuilt scheduler, however it is not a free app.
#4
I'll give ADownloader a go
#5
Nowadays smartphones and tables have overtaken the PC era, you can now do most of you PC work on your phones and tablets. through downloading torrents is something i had never thought of doing on my phone. But it was just a matter of time before developers started releasing the Android versions of their desktop software's.
#6
Originally posted by fortunebrass:
Nowadays smartphones and tables have overtaken the PC era, you can now do most of you PC work on your phones and tablets. through downloading torrents is something i had never thought of doing on my phone. But it was just a matter of time before developers started releasing the Android versions of their desktop software's.
True there is another application you can use if you have enough space and want to do phone jumping ...

By the way

Phone jumping means that your phone downloads the torrent for you using free wifi services throughout the day at local spots to avoid detection from prying eyes including your isp.

you could use frostwire however i recommend not using it to search isohunt so if it ask's you to do so say no thanks because then you will be sharing porn and lots of it.
This discussion thread has been automatically closed, as it hasn't received any new posts during the last 180 days. This means that you can't post replies or new questions to this discussion thread.

If you have something to add to this topic, use this page to post your question or comments to a new discussion thread.