solotak wrote:i have a problem adding tv shows from qouch.
So far everything is configured right in terms of sabnzbd and sickbeard. The app shows connection is fine and shows me my show list, coming episodes, history all fetched from my computer. However when it's time to add a tv show from quoch i get the following message:
"Sick beard connection failed
Root directory is not set, please provide a location"
Fair enough, it was blank (which was suggested here). Anyway i input the location of sickbeard.exe "c:/sickbeard" and an error pops up saying need version 491+ or server not found. So i put the path back to blank but still stuck with not adding tv shows
This error is clearly not very explanatory because it comes from Sickbeard itself. The whole point is that you have to put a root directory to download to into SickBeard itself. You can do that by adding a TV show from the web interface of Sickbeard for the first time, then you'll get asked to specify a root directory. After you've set that you'll be able to add TV shows from Qouch. (Otherwise, Sickbeard doesn't know where to put new shows.)
Youtuber wrote:I've just bought Qouch and it appears I'm unable to run it at all. The program launches and shows the splash screen but then drops back to the dashboard without truly entering the program. I've tried it under 3.1.3 and now 4.2.1. This was the first app I installed after directly factory resetting it. Since then I've jailbroken the device and unlocked it for T-mobile usage but the problem still persists. Is there a way of diagnosing it beyond what I'm seeing to troubleshoot or does Qouch just not work with the Iphone 3g?
In the past I've done some tests with an iPhone 3G, and that has worked for some time, albeit very, very, veeeeeery slow due to the nature of how the program works. I've heard more reports of people saying it doesn't work with the 3G in the latest version, and unfortunately I'm unable to test it. I'm going to make that more clear in the application's description in the app store.
In the meantime, anyone that had trouble running the app on his 3G or equivalent device can ask his or her money back through Apple. I'm sorry it has to be this way.