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AIR 16 and iPad Mini 1 / iPhone 4S / iPod

Explorer ,
Mar 12, 2015

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Hello,

many customers of mine still have an iPad Mini 1 or an iPhone 4s which is a no-go for a app store update of my apps with the current Adobe Air SDK.

I have an app that uses according to Adobe Scout a maximum of 170MB of RAM at its peak. With the old AOT and SDK < 15 all worked fine. The app never ran out of RAM on these devices.

Since I use the new SDK the app is much less responsive on these devices and very often crashes with bug_type 198. I have on the testing devices iOS 8.0 installed.

Please fix this. Is it a 64 Bit problem since eventually these devices don't have the 64 Bit CPU of the newest devices?

On iPhone 5,6,6+ all works fine. I guess there are still millions of devices out there that are not 64 Bit native.

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AIR 16 and iPad Mini 1 / iPhone 4S / iPod

Explorer ,
Mar 12, 2015

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Hello,

many customers of mine still have an iPad Mini 1 or an iPhone 4s which is a no-go for a app store update of my apps with the current Adobe Air SDK.

I have an app that uses according to Adobe Scout a maximum of 170MB of RAM at its peak. With the old AOT and SDK < 15 all worked fine. The app never ran out of RAM on these devices.

Since I use the new SDK the app is much less responsive on these devices and very often crashes with bug_type 198. I have on the testing devices iOS 8.0 installed.

Please fix this. Is it a 64 Bit problem since eventually these devices don't have the 64 Bit CPU of the newest devices?

On iPhone 5,6,6+ all works fine. I guess there are still millions of devices out there that are not 64 Bit native.

Best

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