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'Fetch More' fetches nothing on feeds that were previously full of older episodes

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ryandoesthings
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'Fetch More' fetches nothing on feeds that were previously full of older episodes

To date, everything has been working fine.

This week, some of my feeds list only the most recent episode available for download. Upon swiping to 'Fetch More', the app appears to load for a moment ('fetching more episodes' appears) then appears to have finished loading, but nothing has changed.

I understand this can be the result of publishers pulling feeds from availability, but it seems out of character for the feeds I'm trying to download episodes from.

WayneC
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What's the name & URL of the

What's the name & URL of the feeds you're having a problem or if you don't want list them here, email them through the app (In the DC navigation Menu>Report Problem) right after a feed update.

ryandoesthings
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It's happening with every

It's happening with every feed. The only one that acts differently is 'The Moth', which tries to load, then indicates that this is all the publisher has made available. No worries there, makes perfect sense - but with everything else, it just begins loading, then does nothing.

WayneC
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Send the log right after the

Send the log right after the update completes & I'll check it out.

ryandoesthings
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Thanks Wayne, I've just sent

Thanks Wayne, I've just sent it.

WayneC
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Thanks for log, looks like

Thanks for log, looks like there is network connection problem, either WiFi or mobile network, in other cases it's the limited availability of episodes of certain feeds by the publisher, like Moth feed you mentioned, you can override this by enabling the "Pin Expired" option (See posted tread http://www.doggcatcher.com/node/6035 #4)

The app is either being blocked by A/V software installed on your device or for network connection problem (See FAQ thread http://www.doggcatcher.com/node/851 )

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Me too!

I have this same problem, starting last fall. I'm this close to giving up DC for something else. I find a feed I want (e.g., http://www.howstuffworks.com/podcasts/stuff-you-missed-in-history-class.rss) It lists many episodes. I click subscribe, and it quickly downloads only the latest. I click 'Fetch more'. It says Loading more episodes... and I get the download icon for a second then it disappears, with nothing new downloaded. I click 'Status of last update' and see a list like "Last update date" "Last update result" but no actual information. If I click on one of those, nothing happens There seems to be no way to download older episodes of anything.!!
I've checked every option many times:
I'm connected to WiFi
My episode limit is 10
I have over 2GB of space left on the device (minimum set to 100M).
There are no errors in the event log. All diagnostics on the feed are "ok".
If I delete the feed, then subscribe, again I see many episodes, but there's no way to get them! I click subscribe, and only get 1

WayneC
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Change the "Episode

Change the "Episode Identifier" of the Stuff You Missed in History Class feed from GUID to Title and also "Number of Episodes" to 510 by long pressing on the feed>press "Feed Options">scroll down & change the settings then press OK.

There are 501 episode available for download, long press on the feed & press "Flag all New" or open the feed & press on the particular episodes you wish to download.

ocstjf
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Thanks, that did it!

Thanks, that did it!

WayneC
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You're welcome

You're welcome