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  1. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    Those of you who use XSysInfo please be aware that the latest update removes the 'memory boosting feature of XSysInfo upon request by Apple', to quote the Developer.

    So, don't update...

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    grateful for your share...
    I have got ready to do this today.
     
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    I already did (and was coming here to tell about it).

    Fortunately, have the iTunes backup...

    Wonder why they removed it?

    Anyway, thanks for the warning.

    Marilyn
     
  4. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    I'm sure our 'resident developer', thewitt, probably knows. It's usually because they use an undocumented API (Application Programmer Interface), which means there may be future incompatibilities.

    Tim
     
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    What memory boosting feature are you referring to...the "deep clean" function at app startup?
     
  6. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    I'm simply quoting from their update notice. That's what I thought they were referring to but I know no more than that.

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    Yes I have just found out but don't know how to switch off automatic updates on IPAD
     
  8. Tim SPRACKLEN

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    You only get notified of the updates. The iPad doesn't update automatically, at least, mine doesn't!!

    I check very carefully now, after some really neat features were removed in an update to my once-favourite app, TuneIn.

    Tim
     
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    Thanks Tim, I must Have something setup on mine because I often find some programs automatically update, I have checked appshopper to see if that is the culprit.
     
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    Bummer. I'll save how I feel about their decision for another day.
    What they are removing was the reason I got the app . Upon reading reviews it seems they removed all memory parts, not just deep clean
    Thanks for the heads up.

    Support Our Troops!!
    This post was Tapatalk approved. Sent from an Incredible phone
     
    #10 Mountainbikermark, Sep 7, 2011
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