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    • Status: Closed Priority: Normal

    When you log in via PC and add or remove a friend it is sending packet <c ... /b user id... (as it is supposed to be)


    But if you're on mobile and add a friend it isn't sending to the xat servers that packet, so if you re-login in your PC  you will not see the friends


    Just on mobile, this new one will be added because of the .sol cache...



    (tested on Android, your guys can try via iOS)

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    Did you tried to relogin on pc at least ?


    Because it probably doesn't send a packet but it can send something from mobile to the server to notice that you have added/removed.


    Edit : It sent a packet on my side : <f u=\"110110\" d=\"1527520346\" t=\"/b 1527520346,2\"  />


    Added 1527520346 on my mobile account.

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    Since this doesn't seem to be a bug and a good amount of time has passed without any further response, this will be closed.


    If you'd clash into this again, feel free to open a new bug.

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