I'm happy that you found your "mysteriously" lost funds again!
I can't explain why you had 0 Balance on your Android App.
It showed the transaction apparently, but not the correct balance, which is a bit weird....
However, I would strongly advice not to use that Android App for any serious amount.
Even if it's an "official" App (can't tell from the screenshot, never used it), it would still be Beta software.
Better wait for Trinity, it shouldn't be long now!
As we now know, your first transaction happened already ;-). For your second one, I'd like you to have a good start.
- I can see that you're not using the latest wallet version, so you should update to 2.6.7 first.
- Go to „Tools“ -> „Edit Node Configuration“, keep the iota.fm node from before, but set Min Weight Magnitude to 14 and try CCurl as your Curl Implementation first. It'S just faster for most people.
- If you want to send me a test amount (which can be just some IOTA, doesn't have to be millions of it!), you can use this address:
Check it on https://thetangle.org/
to see what's happening when you send.
It has some balance already from a nice redditor's donation, but it has never been used for sending, so that's fine.
The Tangle seems to be slow these days, so it makes a lot of sense to promote your transaction right after sending and reattach it if it hasn't been confirmed after 30 minutes. Promote the reattach. Repeat until confirmed....
You find the Promote button (which will change to Reattach after a while) when you go to the History tab and click "show bundle" on your send transaction. You can also copy the bundle or transaction hashes into thetangle.org to look them up. You'll see they're all connected somehow.
Have fun with your second transaction!
And let me know it you want me to send your coins back, so you can test how to receive too.
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