Googling on various fixes mostly seem to result in pages of people not able to connect to the internet at all, but that is not my problem. There is a File sharing app out there for Android devices.
Please provide me the IP address of your client machine and IP address of the destination device in your email.
After each script restart you should manually remove all already created files from share (because script is rather stupid and always starts from 0.txt).
We currently have 2 workarounds for this issue: I don't think a network trace is going to help.
- Connected or ability to connect to a functioning private (home) wireless or wired network.
Add a device or computer to a network - The Windows user (Administrator is preferable) that has Kodi installed, requires a password to login.
It seems SMB shows files for the server that created them, but then shows the files do not yet exist to other servers that query for them. This is a cache of recent directory enumerations performed by the client.