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  1. Oliver One replied at 2015-3-3 10:21 This exchange via the LAN is only if you are connected with Passport Account. Don't forget as in thi ... Yeah I know that yet it still isn't the answer I was looking for, thanks anyway. But mb I'm getting your answer wrong? So far that I think maybe that request is basically a check over all devices in LAN if they have Maxthon with same ID so that if both are offline they'd know about each other, but then again while PC is offline and Android online - denying that particular direct connection and sending files/tabs over LAN works perfectly fine, s
  2. I guess you're right, but that is kinda generalized, moreover something there makes no sense at all. Just before I start posting about what makes no sense - I'm definitely not going to "modify, create a derivative work of, reverse engineer, decompile or otherwise attempt to extract the source code of the Software or any part thereof", it's just that somehow I found that image on web : As I'm definitely not going to walk through all code it looks like that particular dll is just what it looks like on that picture The nonsense here lies in that sync Tab and file push works great even if co
  3. As far as I understood simple questions go here? (your FAQ/rules thread doesn't specify exactly, seems like here but anyways specify it in FAQ someone does read those, or alternatively add descriptions to sections of forum) Question itself: I'm just interested in what exactly Maxthon browsers want on the same LAN when one of those get launched while the other one already runs? (In my case it's Windows + Android) I just blocked connection between them so far and haven't bothered to either look through your code or look through packets (as it will take some time and I don't have that much of