dnlusa wrote:Your software is great and I still admire you for the effort you do to cope with Apple!.
I have a couple of iOS5 devices and I am not syncing them anymore. I am using again my old iPod (that works very well). I'll wait until you are ready.
thanks for this great piece of software!
Lowlander wrote:MediaMonkey is not about iOS support, it is about a lot more than that and MediaMonkey 4 has a lot of major changes so it's a flawed conclusion that MediaMonkey is on its last legs.
As for iOS5 support it is just impossible to tell how far along progress is. The developers have no documentation to go on and don't know what obfuscation methods Apple used in iOS5 to make third party access as difficult as possible. It might seem that progress is 95%, but the last connection to iOS5 could end up taking 50% of the development time. There is just no telling when it's done. It's a sad reality that Apple doesn't want you to stray of their territory and it takes hard work from dedicated developers to make that possible for you.
Kos wrote:Well I think it's a VERY big problem that every relatively new iDevice is not working with MM anymore. It's time for an official announcement from MM.
rycher wrote:Kos wrote:Well I think it's a VERY big problem that every relatively new iDevice is not working with MM anymore. It's time for an official announcement from MM.
What part of "It's Apple's fault" don't you people understand??? As much as I love my iPhone, I hate how Apple does thing, doing all they can to prevent people from using their products any other way than how they want you to use them. If you want immediate compatibility after every iTunes or iOS upgrade, then use iTunes! But if you want to use a good product like MM, then give them the time to figure out how to make it work! Apple does not provide instructions for that...
I can't wait to be able to use MM with my iPhone 4S, but I'm getting really annoyed at all the people complaining at the wrong place. If you have a complaint to make, it's to Apple, not MM!
lrankine wrote:Don't mean to butt in but........I think they've already indicated elsewhere on these boards that the issue is being worked on and they will let us know as soon as they've come up with a fix.
But a few official words from the developers would be nice. Even if the words are 'sorry, we have absolutely no clue when we are iOS5 ready'.
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