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Big thanks to KRG-23 for helping us write this article.

NZB360 is a android app that allows you to manage all of your NZB Downloaders as well as Sonarr and Radarr too. It is fairly simple to get set up for different applications.

The applications that it supports are;

  • SABnzbd
  • NZBget
  • Deluge
  • Transmission
  • µTorrent
  • qBittorrent
  • rTorrent/ruTorrent
  • Sick Beard
  • Sonarr
  • Radarr
  • Lidarr
  • CouchPotato
  • Headphones
  • Unlimited Newznab Indexers

In addition, nzb360 also supports all kinds of connections, including local/remote addresses, SSL/TLS, HTTP Authentication, URL rewrites, reverse proxies, and more.

Below are some common setup configurations that you may wish to use.

SickBeard/Medusa

Primary Connection Address: This is where you would enter in the URL for SickBeard/Medusa. You can check the URL by going to General Configuration > Interface > Web Root

API Key: This is the API key that is generated in Medusa/SickBeard. You can get this either from the QuickBox Dashboard or from within SickBeard/Medusa directly.

ruTorrent

You can also setup ruTorrent to work with nzb360 as well.

Primary Connection Address: Enter your IP Address or URL for RuTorrent plus the port of 443. Your address should look like; https://domain.com:443

ruTorrent Username & Password: This is the same details as your QuickBox Pro Dashboard.

Path to XML-RPC API: You will need to enter this pathway; /rutorrent/plugins/httprpc/action.php

Radarr/Sonarr

You can easily manage both Radarr and Sonarr within nzb360 as well.

Primary Address Connection: This should be the URL of Sonarr/Radarr

API Key: This is the API key of Sonarr/Radarr that you will need to enter in. You can get this by going to the QuickBox Pro Dashboard or from Radarr/Sonarr by going to Settings > General

Lidarr

You can also manage the Lidarr application as well.

Primary Address Connection: You will need to pass through both your username and password. So it should look like; https://username:[email protected]

API Key: This is the API key from Lidarr. You can get this from the QuickBox Pro dashboard or in Lidarr by going to Settings > General.

Optional Steps:

You might want to disable the NGINX Auth option within the QuickBox Dashboard. Just click on the Nginx Config Options button and then Disable Auth Popup. This is particularly useful when using Deluge.

Whilst there are alternatives for iOS, they require your phone to be jailbroken and whilst some members of the community are jailbroken, QuickBox does not support this directly and therefore will not provide any documentation based on this.

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