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[Android App] CC help and I Cant' find metadata
#1  allthumbs 03-10-2013, 12:44 PM
Recently I have been given the message "Error: No matches found" when I use the "download metadata" How can I fix this?
Secondly, when transferring books from calibre to calibre companion on my Samsung tablet I am not able to connect wirelessly. Please help. I've used calibre for quite a while now & haven't had problems before this. I have updated to version 9.22 quite recently. Should I install an earlier version that worked?
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#2  theducks 03-10-2013, 01:00 PM
Quote allthumbs
Recently I have been given the message "Error: No matches found" when I use the "download metadata" How can I fix this?
Secondly, when transferring books from calibre to calibre companion on my Samsung tablet I am not able to connect wirelessly. Please help. I've used calibre for quite a while now & haven't had problems before this. I have updated to version 9.22 quite recently. Should I install an earlier version that worked?
There appears to be a change (I may have missed the note )
You need to update the setup in Calibre for 'Connect wirelessly'
The fixed port does not appear to be the default (mostly a problem if you have a Port Forward set up or open port in your firewall)

Anyway. tick the box for the static port and all should be good for Port Forward users.
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#3  allthumbs 03-10-2013, 03:33 PM
How do I find the setup for "connect wirelessly". I went into preferences, change calibre behaviour but couldn't find anything related to connecting wirelessly. Tried Connect/share but can't find the box for a static port only for a fixed port.
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#4  theducks 03-10-2013, 05:24 PM
Quote allthumbs
How do I find the setup for "connect wirelessly". I went into preferences, change calibre behaviour but couldn't find anything related to connecting wirelessly. Tried Connect/share but can't find the box for a static port only for a fixed port.

Fixed is Static to me

I have a Static IP

I guess Calibre will look for an open port if you don't choose. This may work fine for a Local (LAN) net, but not if you want to get in past your router.
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