Mobile Apps (WIP)

This section shows you the different apps that you can use to manage your Ultra.cc slot.


Transdrone

Manage your torrents from your Android device with Transdrone. All popular clients are supported: µTorrent, Transmission, rTorrent, Vuze, Deluge, BitTorrent 6, qBittorrent, and many more. You can view and manage running torrents and individual files. Adding is accessible via the integrated search or RSS feeds (full version required). Monitor progress using the home screen widget or background alarm service.

You can download Trandrone from their links:

Connecting to your Ultra.cc server

Deluge

Name: This is just for your reference and can be any name you wish

Server Type: Here is where you choose which client you wish to interface with. For this section, we will be using Deluge 1.2+

IP or hostname: Here, you need to add your Ultra.cc URL, which can be found in the first half of your web UI URL

The format looks like this username.lw000.usbx.me

Username: Deluge username, which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Deluge

Password: Deluge password, which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Deluge under Username (you may need to click the eyeball icon to reveal it)

Advance Settings: Advanced Settings only contains a few settings you need to address:

  • Port number: 443
  • Folder: /deluge
  • Use SSL: Checked
  • Accept all SSL certificates: Checked

Optional Settings: Most of these options are non-applicable; however, you may want to check notifications when a new torrent is added and torrent finished notifications depending on your preference

ruTorrent

Upon opening Transdrone, you will need to click the three dots on the top right-hand side of your screen and press settings, then add a server. Then a pop-up will appear, to select "add normal, custom server."

Name: This is just for your reference and can be any name you wish

Server Type: Here is where you choose which client you wish to interface with. For this section, we will be using rtorrent

IP or hostname: Here, you need to add your hostname, which can be found in the Ultra.cc Control panel under rutorrent and will include your Username like below it may consist of https:// this must be removed when adding to transdrone.

username.lw000.usbx.me

Username: Rutorrent username, which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for rutorrent

Password: Rutorrent password, which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Rutorrent under Username (you may need to click the eyeball icon to reveal it)

Advance Settings: Advance Settings contains four settings you need to address

  • Port: 443
  • SCGI mount point: /RPC2
  • Use SSL: Ticked
  • Accept all SSL certificates: Ticked

Optional Settings: Most of these options are non-applicable; however, you may want to check notifications when a new torrent is added and torrent finished notifications depending on your preference

Transmission

Upon opening Transdrone, you will need to click the three dots on your screen's top right-hand side and press settings, and then add server. Then a pop-up will appear select "add normal, custom server."

Name: This is just for your reference and can be any name you wish

Server Type: Here is where you choose which client you wish to interface with. For this section, we will be using Transmission.

IP or hostname: Here, you need to add your hostname, which can be found in the Ultra.cc Control panel under Transmission and will include your Username like below it may consist of https:// this must be removed when adding to Transdrone.

username.lw000.usbx.me

Username: Transmission username, which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Transmission

Password: Transmission password, which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Transmission under Username (you may need to click the eyeball icon to reveal it)

Advanced Settings: Advanced Settings only contains a few settings you need to address:

  • Port number: 443
  • Folder: /transmission/rpc
  • Use SSL: Checked
  • Accept all SSL certificates: Checked

Optional Settings: Most of these options are non-applicable; however, you may want to check notifications when a new torrent is added and torrent finished notifications depending on your preference

NZB360

nzb360 is a full-featured NZB manager that focuses on providing the best experience possible for controlling all of your Usenet, media, and automation needs. It is available only on Android and is free to try; however, most useful features are inaccessible until purchased.

You can visit their site here: https://nzb360.com/.

In this guide, we’ll be setting up NZB360 to manage your apps in your Ultaseedbox slot easily.

After the installation of NZB360, you will be welcomed to the app. Your first step is to access settings, which can be found by tapping the three horizontal lines in the top left-hand corner of the screen,

Each application has a set of settings, and each differs slightly. We will document the most relevant settings in most applications to allow you to connect and use your Ultra application remotely from your Android device.

NZBGet

Field Value
Primary address https://username.servername.usbx.me/nzbget
Username Set during NZBGet install
Password Set during NZBGet install

SABnzbd

Field Value
Primary Address https://username.servername.usbx.me/sabnzbd
SABnzbd API Key The API key is straightforward to find but is tucked away in the SABnzbd interface settings which can be accessed using the cog icon in the top right corner of the Sabnzbd webpage. To find the key itself you will need to navigate to General then scroll down to API Key.

Sonarr

Field Value
Primary Address https://username.servername.usbx.me/sonarr
Sonarr API Key Finding your API Key is simple to do first open Sonarr, open settings > general. Your API key will be listed there make a note of this.

Radarr

Field Value
Primary Address https://username.servername.usbx.me/radarr
Radarr API Key Finding your API Key is simple to do first open Radarr, open settings > general. Your API key will be listed there make a note of this.

Torrents

Rutorrent

Field Value
Enable Torrents Activate slider
Primary connection address https://username.servername.usbx.me
Username Rutorrent username which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Rutorrent
Password Rutorrent password which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Rutorrent under username (you may need to click the eyeball icon to reveal it)
Path to XML-RPC API /RPC2

Deluge

Field Value
Primary connection address https://username.servername.usbx.me/deluge
Password Deluge password which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Deluge under username (you may need to click the eyeball icon to reveal it)

Transmission

Setting up Transmission is a little more tricky to set up due to a built-in lockout feature in transmission I will describe this at the bottom of this section. Upon navigating to NZB360 Settings you will need to select the Torrent Settings option.

Field Value
Primary connection address https://username.servername.usbx.me/transmission
Username username which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Transmission
Password transmission password which can be found in the application tab of your control panel under show info for Deluge under username (you may need to click the eyeball icon to reveal it)

Special Note:

If your settings perfectly match the settings described above and you still cannot connect, Please open Transmission Web Interface and check you have not been locked out due to too many incorrect attempts. If you find you have been locked out simply restart the Transmission Service from your Ultra Control Panel.