v1.2.0 Receive-Only folder out-of-sync, with ~50% 'local changes', when no actual changes have been made?

I’m running Syncthing 1.2.0 release on linux & Syncthing-Fork 1.2.0 release on Android

I’ve a collection of photos Sync’d FROM my linux box TO my android phone.

Since the initial sync, the ONLY thing that’s been done on the phone is that the photos have been ‘viewed’ in a gallery app.

When I subsequently launch ST on linux, in WebUI I see

	sharedFolder "Up to Date"
	 Global State  9088 111 ~24.4 GiB
	 Local State   9088 111 ~24.4 GiB
	 Folder Type   Send Only

	Remote Device
	  4,387 items, ~10 GiB
	  Out of Sync Items    4,387 items, ~10 GiB

and in Android’s WebUI

	sharedFolder "Up to Date"
	 Global State  9088 111 ~24.4 GiB
	 Local State   9088 111 ~24.4 GiB
	 Folder Type   Receive Only
	 Locally Changed Items 4,387 Items, ~0B
	 [Revert Local Changes]

If I click ‘Revert Local Changes’, both devices immediately sync-up, showing “up to date” with 0 files “Changed” or “Out of Sync”.

The goal here is to always/only push syncs from linux -> android, ignoring all changes of any kind on the phone.

In this^^ case, there were, in addition, no actual changes on the Android data instance.

Is there additional/corrected config required here?

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Hi,

I think it’s the same problem as in this thread : Ignore Permissions / Different mtimes on Android Sdcard