'Try again, not enough peers' is a common download error that happens when:
FrostWire tries to fetch the .torrent file from the DHT and cannot download it because:
- the .torrent file is too old and/or there are not enough peers to share it
- the internet connection is so slow that the request sent to DHT times out
- the internet connection is being throttled by the internet service provided (either the ISP, the workplace, the library, school etc) and prevents some or all BitTorrent transfers from happening
Some users have pointed out they see 'Try again, not enough peers' errors in FrostWire 6 and above, whereas they've never seen them before. This is due mostly to the fact that the earlier versions were simply not reporting on the reason of the issue and would simply show 'Error' message to the user.
If a file seems to be very well seeded and this error appears, try downloading the file again. Sometimes a minute or so later the connection with DHT is better and the .torrent file will download without issues. Nonetheless, we do recognize we see this case scenario happening in FW6 more than we have in FW5 and are researching the reasons to mitigate the issue on both Android and Desktop devices.