iOS 9 Beta

Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by johannes, Jun 9, 2015.

  1. punoed

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    BPI app is still crashing on iOS 9 public beta 3
     
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    this comes out by sept.15 next month.
     
  3. Guerde

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    The latest BPI app update fixed the crashing issue.

    Edit: ... or not. It crashed again after launching it the second time..
     
  4. MharDelaCruz

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    yes did not work for me, but at least this time it asked me to send a report

     
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    When I updated to the public beta version of iOS 9, ayaw na magconnect ng GoPro ko sa app niya laging error. I only found out na hindi pa pala supported ng GoPro app ang beta version so I restored back to iOS 8.4.1 and nung try ko ulit iconnect okay na hayyyy
     
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    BPI app update available. I think to fix the IOS9 crashing issue
     
  7. shale_slate

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    BPI app is now working.
     
  8. Guerde

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    Yup, BPI is now fine after the latest update. Cheers!
     
  9. Vegetarian

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    9.1 public beta is now available: (I am currently updating my iPad Air 2 and iPhone 6 Plus)

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  10. Simbadda

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    I am now running ios 9 gm, and when I search for any apps using spotlight, the name of the app doesn't appear. It should appear under the 'Top Hists' result grouping.

    Spotlight suggestions is enabled in the settings. I have experienced this problem since the betas. I have tried a hard reboot, still no dice.

    The funny thing is, this problem is not happening in my ipad mini, which also ran the ios 9 betas and now the gm version.

    Is anybody else here experiencing the same problem?

    I might try installing the 9.1 beta on my phone later, or restore as new, and see if that will fix the problem.
     
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    Just tried the GM version. Works great.
     
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    my version is already the final 9.1 it got rid of the "beta" moniker
     
  13. Simbadda

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    So I was able to fix my spotlight search problem by resetting settings in my iPhone.

    The remaining problem that I have since going to ios 9 is that my apps from both the iPhone and ipad won't sync to the pc using iTunes.
     
  14. MharDelaCruz

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    I have the same problem regarding syncing iPhone apps

     
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    I have also experienced this since iOS 9 PB 4.
    IMHO, This is probably due to the "App Thinning" feature of iOS 9 where the iDevice only download the necessary files it needed from the app.
    In iTunes, it needs to download the whole file as it will also be syncing the App to all the devices associated with the iTunes ID.
    But I do hope they have a fix on this as it will be a hassle for us users to download the app twice, in the iDevice and in iTunes (Mac/PC). :)
     
  16. Simbadda

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    ^^ This will be a big pain in the butt if one will be restoring from a backup since the app that will be restored will be old if he is not updating the apps in itunes.

    I hope this will be fixed in an itunes update.
     
  17. Chito Limson

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    I keep getting notifs on the iPad and iPhone about iOS 9.1. But when I try to upgrade my 9.0, it says my iOS is up-to-date. Wondering why?
     
  18. Simbadda

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    ^^ is your ios 9 gm version?
     
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    I doubt it. It's still iOS 9.0. The new one is 9.1.
     
  20. Simbadda

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    ^^ must be a one-off. Unless you have a beta profile installed.
     

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