"Unauthorized Modifications Detected" on iOS9 Public Beta with app ver 3.6...

Discussion in 'TiVo Coffee House - TiVo Discussion' started by y2jdmbfan, Jul 17, 2015.

  1. y2jdmbfan

    y2jdmbfan Member

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    Guys,

    What's the deal with this? I upgraded to iOS9 Public Beta on my iPad Mini and I can't watch any downloaded shows nor can I transfer or stream shows. It gives me an error about "Unauthorized Modifications Detected". This is pretty stupid, anyone know how to fix it?
     
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2015
  2. moyekj

    moyekj Well-Known Member

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    Don't use the beta OS?
     
  3. y2jdmbfan

    y2jdmbfan Member

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    That shouldn't be the case really, I've had no problems with any other apps.
     
  4. jrtroo

    jrtroo Chill- its just TV

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    You asked how to fix it. The response stands.

    The Tivo app looks like its checking for rooted devices and has not been updated for your beta OS. I'm not surprised one bit.
     
  5. bradleys

    bradleys It'll be fine....

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    Not surprised at all - Other apps do not perform the same level of root verification as required of TiVo. Heck, the vast majority of apps perform no root verification at all.
     
  6. lew

    lew Well-Known Member

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    Tivoc description in the App Store is very specific. People who want to download or stream should wait to update their OS until apple releases an official version.

    Beta kind of means bugs and/or not everthing will work
     
  7. bayern_fan

    bayern_fan Member

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    Also encountered this issue, which is just another reason why I use Slingplayer instead
     
  8. Mgalin

    Mgalin Member

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    I'm part of the IOS developer program. I don't expect Tivo to support IOS when it's in beta, but the minute it went public preview, it should get support. 90% of my apps work fine.. Streaming worked before the update.

    -M
     
  9. tgrugle

    tgrugle New Member

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    Upgrading to iOS 9 broke my TiVo app. Hopefully TiVo is feverishly working on an update since iOS 9 is only weeks away from dropping.
     
  10. dianebrat

    dianebrat wait.. I did what? TCF Club

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    As many others have said, do not expect support in the beta cycle, after iOS 9 becomes RTM you'll see it be supported.
     
  11. JosephB

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    Beta means beta, even if it's publicly available. There's a reason Apple doesn't let people on iOS 9 post reviews.
     
  12. Millionaire2K

    Millionaire2K Active Member

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    Well I'm no longer on Beta and I still get this error. Any ideas?
     
  13. BigJimOutlaw

    BigJimOutlaw Well-Known Member

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    Release notes on the current version recommend waiting for the iOS9 compatible version before upgrading iOS.
     
  14. spaldingclan

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    the app wont work on a jailbroken iphone
     
  15. bearcat2000

    bearcat2000 Member

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    Well the golden master of ios9 is out so there should be an update anytime. They really should of had it ready.
     
  16. dianebrat

    dianebrat wait.. I did what? TCF Club

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    They probably do, but they won't release until AFTER the public version is released. I just don't understand why people don't understand this, companies do not like supporting a beta product for a good reason, unlike Angry Birds the Tivo app has to jump through some copy protection and Cable LABS approval hoops.
     
  17. loscocina

    loscocina New Member

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    thankss for this topic
     
  18. JosephB

    JosephB Member

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    Developers could only just now in the past couple of days submit iOS 9 compatible versions. iOS 9 is *still* a beta, it has not been publicly released as of yet. A GM seed on a beta website is not the same thing as it showing up for update on my mom's iPhone.
     
  19. mrizzo80

    mrizzo80 Well-Known Member

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    Can developers release app updates that make their apps *compatible* with a beta version in iOS? So if an app crashed on iOS 9 Beta 1 back in June, could that company figure out what was causing the crash and submit a fix (assuming their engineering team devoted resources to do so)?

    I realize developers can't submit apps that utilize beta API hooks until just before general release (what JosephB commented on).
     
  20. PaulS

    PaulS Active Member

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    TiVo just pushed an update thru the iOS app store. Trying now...
     

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