|25th February 2016, 00:35|
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|25th December 2016, 08:20|
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Little tip here for JD2 users. You probably know that if you download from Keep2share, Fileboom, Tezfiles, or Filejoker you have to click-through to get faster "planetsuzy" speeds (150Kbps). That was a problem with JDownloader, since you lost the referrer data those sites use to know you came from planetsuzy to get the faster speeds, leaving you with speeds around 30-50kbps, sometimes 70Kbps. Plus, you had to wait 2-3 hours between downloads.
There is a solution in JD2 for those 4 sites to add the referral data. If you go into the Settings tab, then click Plugins on the left pane, this is where you modify certain plugin settings. For each of the 4 hosts I listed above:
Each have a setting called "Set custom referrer here". What you do, is paste in a page URL from Planetsuzy that contains links for that host- pretty much any thread page's complete URL will do. For Keep2share, Fileboom, and Tezfiles (all relates sites) you also have to turn off the API mode checkbox. Once that's set, all those hosts will download at a nominal 150KBs (or whatever the "planetsuzy" speed is set to by those hosts), and an hour wait (instead of 2-3 hours), just like downloading via a browser if you'd clicked through.
If anyone knows of other hosting sites that use referral data through Planetsuzy to get faster speeds, I can put a request through to the JD development team to add the feature to the plugins, though as far as I can tell those are the only ones that use clickthrough referrals to change the download speed. I've been using this feature since JD2 implemented it, and it's worked very well. They don't always download at 150K, but they very rarely drop to the non-Planetsuzy 30Kbps speeds I used to get.
|6th January 2017, 19:38|
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I've never used JDownloader 2 before. Can someone who's installed it fairly recently let me know the latest on bundled adware/malware? Does the install still give you the option of not including it? Thanks.
|7th January 2017, 02:51|
Join Date: Aug 2008
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