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Manage your Seedbox on an Android device using Transdroid
Manage your Seedbox on an Android device using Transdroid

Learn how to configure Transdroid to work with your Seedbox so you can manage your Seedbox from your mobile Android device.

Updated over a week ago

What is Transdroid?

Transdroid allows you to get full control over your remote running torrent client.

What functionalities are supported?

  • Start, stop, remove, label and move your torrents

  • Set individual file priorities and trackers

  • Change maximum transfer rates

  • Integrated search for many torrent sites

  • RSS feeds with notifications

  • Add via barcode scanner, URL or local .torrent file

  • Alarm service notifies on added or completed torrents

  • Custom web-based search to support private sites

  • Secured (SSL) connecting

  • And more…

Supported torrent clients

  • µTorrent

  • Transmission

  • Vuze

  • Deluge

  • rTorrent

  • BitTorrent 6

  • Ktorrent

  • qBittorrent

  • Synology

  • Torrentflux-b4rt

  • Bitflu

  • DLink Router BT

  • Aria2

  • BitComet

  • tTorrent

  • Buffalo NAS -1.31

Configuring Transdroid

First, open the app once it's installed.

Press Settings at the top-right corner.

Then Add new server.

Fill in the fields (see screenshot below).

Name - just a label for convenience
IP, Username and password - These are your seedbox IP and your credentials for web access.

After filling this up you will choose BitTorrent server to connect to.

We recommend using Deluge or rTorrent but you can use any supported torrent client.

Depending on server type some configuration options may appear or change.

Some of them may be left be, but others needs to be changed. 

Deluge User

For Deluge additional field will appear - Deluge web password - just fill it with your password.

Press Ok then back button on your device.

Hit back button twice and you will get at main screen

rTorrent User

For rTorrent you have to set SCGI mount point as follows:

To use SSL connection change port number to 443 and check the Use SSL and Accept all SSL certificate boxes.

After finalizing the configurations hit the back button to get to main aplication screen.

You're good to go 👍 

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