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June 11, 2018, 12:29:23 AM
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Not sure about what you mean by 'background data saver'. Just took a look and it doesn't seem enabled anywhere in data consumption.
I usually have no mobile data whatsoever, I turn it on only when I need it. I mostly stay at home anyway, and only need the phone when I'm on the move.
GPS is usually disabled also, not for privacy reasons but because it ruins my battery lifecycle.
Please note I'm using an old SG3 that still runs pretty well with the now defunct CyanogenMod.
It might sound silly for a computer professional, but I started programming long before home PCs were the norm, saw laptops, cell phones and then smartphones appearing during my lifetime, and am still not used to software that supposedly autoconfigures -- though as opposed to my elder brother, who's a real CLI fanatic, I tend to appreciate GUI if it gives you a hint of what is really going on...
The fact that BitCoin Checker is failing to update also seems to indicate a more general problem, which is why I'm asking.
Maybe I should mention I'm living in France, sometimes I wonder whether that might be a problem.
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June 11, 2018, 12:35:41 AM
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The business seems pretty budding. Good luck fellows
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June 11, 2018, 12:36:46 AM
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Oh and also, if anyone's interested into building an ether mining rig (which might do also for any other protocol based on GPU mining), I just went through the process out of curiosity and could give a few explanations on how to get about it with a reasonable budget (mostly relying on stuff bought from China). Took me about three months, going through all sorts of failures and silly situations, but with the experience it could be done within a month, if someone cares to learn. I can chat about that via email, just let me know.
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June 18, 2018, 05:58:28 AM
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Where's all the active connections gone?  Huh
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June 19, 2018, 07:13:52 PM
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Where's all the active connections gone?  Huh

How many connections do you have?
My number of connections is most of the time between 12 and 25. Just in this moment I have 21 connections.
Do you run your wallet as a full node, too?
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June 19, 2018, 07:26:46 PM
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I like the construction of this project.
A rather interesting approach, irreproachable approach, watchful project!
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Today at 06:49:13 AM
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I only had 2 on my PC (and 1 of those was my Pi).

Not a full node as yet, I've lost the password to my router so have to do a factory reset apparently.....then set everything back up again  Cry


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How many connections do you have?
My number of connections is most of the time between 12 and 25. Just in this moment I have 21 connections.
Do you run your wallet as a full node, too?
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