So I recently just updated to the 4.2 software, and after doing this I discovered a problem with an app. The app in question is called database for iPad. The problem I'm having is whenever I open up the app and click on a database, the app crashes. This is a major problem because I have a lot of accounts and passwords stored in one of my databases and can now no longer access them.
I tried emailing the developer asking them to fix this, and the next day the app was removed from the app store. I don't really know what else to do, but I need to be able to access these databases.
Anyone have any solutions?
Welcome and sorry for your problem.
If that app is really that important to you then you should contact the dev, but in the meanwhile downgrade your iPad until the app is updated to be compatible.
I could really live without the app, but I just need to get the info out.
What is the easiest way to downgrade my iPad?
I'm sure you've done this, but it works for an app of mine that crashes when I've been multi-tasking. I turn my iPad off and on again and open that app first.
I don`t know of an "Easy" way nor have I ever downgraded the iPad myself.
Originally Posted by Coy886
A Google search found this tutorial for downgrading from 4.2 to 3.2.2 which I believe is where we were before the 4.2 upgrade.
Downgrade iPad iOS 4.2 to iOS 3.2.2 / 3.2.1 - [Complete How to Guide] | Gadgets DNA