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I'm attempting to submit my iPhone app to iTunesConnect. The pictures loaded fine, and I picked "submit binary later" because iTunesConnect kept having the connection reset. I'm using Firefox to upload the binary. Is there any way I can see the % or data transferred of a specific file uploading, in real time? It would be great to see that the bits haven't moved in a while and manually reload the page instead of waiting for the connection to reset. Cheers

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You might try superuser.com – NotMe Dec 29 '09 at 16:16
    
This question does not apply any more, you have to use Application Loader to upload binaries. – Wuffers Nov 1 '10 at 23:52
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If you just want to see if bytes are still flowing, you could use tcpdump.

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I don't know about firefox, but Opera provides a meter of total uploaded data, as well as transfer rate (I think it also has percentage, but it's been a while).

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