You are using JDownloader or pyLoad to download shared files? You have a mobile phone or a tablet? You want to solve unsolved captcha when you're not at home?

jdCaptcha has been made for you! jdCaptcha sends the unsolved captcha to your mobile phone, you solve it and the result is sent back to jDownloader/pyLoad.

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Last News: Control jDownloader and/or pyLoad with jdCaptcha - 2014-06-07 20:20:28

This tutorial explains how you can control jDownloader and/or pyLoad using the jdCaptcha application.

In order to control jDownloader or pyLoad, you need to create a download controller configuration, to proceed, follow these steps:
  • Open the application.
  • Go to the Downloader Controller tab.
  • Click on the Add icon to create a new configuration.

dcreate-general A new window form opens, you should fill the fields. You can navigate through the form using the General, Parameters and Summary tabs (click on the tab title) or through the buttons (button's action changes according the tab selected).
In the General tab you must provide a name (which is relevant to you, it doesn't matter to the application) and select the type of the download controller to control. The name will be used in the different sections of the application, it will also be the name of the tab used to control the client.

dcreate-parameters1 dcreate-parameters2
In the Parameters tab you must provide the host address and the port.

For jDownloader, you can use:
The Remote plugin, in that case you just need to provide the host address and the port according to the jDownloader configuration (as shown below).
The Webinterface plugin (recommended), in that case you need to provide the host address, the port, the username, the password and the type of connection (HTTPS or HTTP) according to the jDownloader configuration (as shown below).

For pyLoad, you should provide the host address, the port, the username, the password and the type of connection (HTTPS or HTTP) according to pyLoad configuration (these parameters are the URL, including the type and the port, and the username used to access pyLoad webpage, for example: the snapshots below show the URL and the username used).
pyload-address pyload-username

dcreate-summary The Summary tab summarizes the configuration, you can validate it or update it if necessary.
After validating the form and after creating as many configuration as you want, you will obtain the list of your configurations in the Download Controller tab.

You will finally obtain as many tab as configurations you've defined. Each tab will represents the downloads running on the configured client. You can scroll horizontally the frame with the number of downloads and the speed to display the control buttons (such as Start, Pause, Stop, Options, Restart, Shutdown).
download-jdownloader download-pyload