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Is this still working?


Best Answer MRWTF , 27 February 2019 - 03:09 AM

So....What is this guy doing then?

Can you explain it to me?

It looks like it works for him...

Okay i understand right now, this method is only if you are developing an App by yourself or you have one App already done and you need to upgrade it...

Thanks for the info Sir.

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I found this video to make 32x Apps compatible in iOS 11 and above...

Do you think this is still working?

https://youtu.be/XFebIuZN2AU

Any comment will be appreciated.

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you can not make a 32bit app run on os11 and higher PERIOD.
unless you have the source code you cn then recompile.
however an existing ipa CAN NOT be changed
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you can not make a 32bit app run on os11 and higher PERIOD.
unless you have the source code you cn then recompile.
however an existing ipa CAN NOT be changed

So....What is this guy doing then?

Can you explain it to me?

It looks like it works for him...



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So....What is this guy doing then?

Can you explain it to me?

It looks like it works for him...

Okay i understand right now, this method is only if you are developing an App by yourself or you have one App already done and you need to upgrade it...

Thanks for the info Sir.