I've upgraded to 4.2 and love the folders and other benefits but ever since upgrading, battery life has noticeably changed for the worse. I've read the thread on here about discharging the battery and then doing a full recharge but it hasn't worked for me. As much as I want folders etc, I want the excellent battery performance I had before more. Does anyone know if it is possible to revert back to the previous IOS version and if so how it is done? Is it just a case of restoring from my last pre 4.2 backup?
I have an app (Xfinity TV) that worked well and served me well. An update was released recently that fails miserably on the iPad2,and apparently the iPad as well. Is there a means to go back to an older application version on the iPad2?
Does anybody know if it is possible to remove iOS 5 from an iPad 2 and revert to previous iOS 4. Reason 2 mainly used apps no longer work I.e Stanza and Print and Share. Can this be done via iTunes 10.5 ?
i upgraded my ipad's os to the latest and found that there are problems as what most of you eperience here too. as such i am thinking of downgrading back to the previous OS. any idea where i can download it?
For the third time since installing 4.2.1 my ipad has crashed.I have left it,it goes to sleep and then the only way to get it back on is to do a hard resetThis never happened under the previous versions of the OS.I've had the ipad since launch
My company has 10 iPad 2s running iOS 5. We use a POP3 email server. We had trouble with the native email program on the iPads because it wouldn't fetch from the server, and our server wouldn't push. The Apple geniuses weren't able to help us fix it despite many hours in the store and on the phone. We finally found an email app, IbisMail, that addressed exactly that issue, and we installed it on all the iPads. It worked great.
A week or so ago, there was an update to IbisMail in the App Store. The description said that Apple had taken away their fetch/push capabilities. I told everyone NOT to update to this new version. Most of the iPads have restrictions set so that the users can't do anything with the apps anyway.
We still have the old version running on all the other iPads. Is there a way to copy it from one of those, to hers? Each iPad has its own Apple ID so they sync independently. I don't want to mess up any of the other iPads trying to do this.
I'm not sure how recently she backed up to the iCloud, so if she hasn't done it in a while it's possible that the old version of the app is still there. I've never restored from a backup. Is it possible to restore selectively, so that I could just restore this one app?
As a related issue, she also has an iPhone that is running IbisMail for the same reason, and she updated that one as well. We don't have any other iPhones. I think the IbisMail app is the same app for both devices, but I don't know if it's possible to sync apps from an iPad to an iPhone.
I recently came to know that MonoPhix have come up with the new version MonoPhix HD 1.2, How does it work in the iPad? Can I do the upgrade from the previous version of the app? Will the upgrade can be done for free?
I updated to the latest Ibooks version and it looks so ugly I liked the previous style of the app thousands time better! but this new IOS 7 themed Ibooks is so ugly! is there a way to go back to previous version of Ibooks? note that my ipad is not jailbroken.
I like a few things about 4.2 but I'm not over happy with it all, I was on otherhand happy with 3.2... Multitasking is quiet what I had imagined and tbh the iPad worked just great without it. So does anyone know how to revert to old 3.2 from 4.2
I think this might help out some that where having problems reverting IOS 5 back to 4.3.3. make sure to go (Settings)(General)(profile development) and remove your dev cert. then use itunes to restore back to ios 4.3.3. please let me know if it works.
I have an iPad 1 and the new iOS 5 is crashing constantly - I never had problems with iOS 4 and want to revert to that version. Is that possible? I have backups but do not know when I upgraded or even if I still have that old backup.
I jumped the gun and installed iOS 5 on my iPad and before anyone asks, yes I am a legit developer with a developer account. I want to go back to 4.3, is this possible on my iPad 1 WIFI? I downloaded a ispw of 4.3 and tried to restore with no luck.
My husband loves his IPad Mini but no longer! He hates IOS 8 because it is very hard to read the tabs on the Safari. He also hates that there is not an "X" to close the window when only one is left open. He wants Safari to be the way it used to be where he x'd out everything, left Safari and came back to a blank page. Now it always returns to the last website he looked at. But mostly he says it is hard to see/read the white tabs on Safari now.
Ok, bad people that we are, I never backed it up on ITunes as I assumed the cloud would take care of his needs. I looked up that we can revert back to an older version to get back IOS7 via ITunes. However, when I went to do that in ITunes, obviously, there was no previous version, but even if there had been, it does give a message that this does not restore the operating system.
So the question is, I have my own IPad backed up on ITunes and I never upgraded to 8. So could I restore his mini using my back-up? If I did, will that give him back his IOS 7? And once restored to my system, can I then change it back to his IPad as far as apps, music, etc.
Is there any quick and easy way to disconnect your BT keyboard from your iPad short of turning BT off in services? I tried the eject button but that doesn't seem to revert you back to the onscreen keyboard if you are still in BT range. I also tried turning keyboard off and that didn't help, iPad still thinks it is connected and won't pull up onscreen. The only thing I've found that works is going to Settings and turning BT off.
"With iPad you can download and watch HD (High Definition) Movies and TV shows right on the iPad. 1080p content is only compatible with iPad (3rd generation), Apple TV (3rd generation), and computers that meet the minimum system requirements."
If I download an item by buying it directly through the iTunes app on my iPad, are they giving me the 1080p version or the 720p version? I have the setting in iTunes set that I prefer 1080p, but I wasn't sure if I am getting the highest quality video possible.Or do I need to buy it on my computer to ensure 1080p and then transfer to the iPad?
Just recently when I try to access my email on the iPad the email account will open, I can select an email and then the screen reverts to the main menu on iPad. I can't view any of my email accounts. I can see that my emails are being received but I can't access.
Does anyone know if there is a URL that will force my iPad to open the desktop version of twitter, not the mobile version? I know you can always just go tot the mobile version then click the 'Standard' desktop version link at the bottom of that page to visit the desktop version of Twitter, but I'd like to know if there is a direct link that will force an iPad to display the desktop version.
I received the wifi version on 4/3 and now it appears I will be receiving the 3g version on 4/30 -when i activate the 3g version, will it automatically download all apps loaded to the first wifi model, paid or free to the new 3g version, at no additional cost.