One-Mix Crashes in Newer iOs

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    Mark Oakley
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    I had a gig yesterday with one of the bands I regularly work with; a “Live” internet streaming show. The band was all on In-Ears and several members have I-Pads with iLive One-Mix installed. They could get as far as the Log-On page, but after choosing a user name the app would crash. Their operating system is iOs 14.4.

    I use an old I-Pad 1 with iOs 5.1.1 and mine works fine. Is there any chance of A&H updating iLive One-Mix for compatibility with newer iOs versions? I don’t want to loose the ability of musicians to control their own ear mixes.

    -Mark

    #99939
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    Mark Oakley
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    So I heard back from A&H tech support (U.K.). They are aware of the problem, but are not sure if they can commit the resources to updating this “very old discontinued product”. A bit disappointing; I have about $35,000.00 invested in the iLive line (not including cases) and as much as I’d love to run out and buy a pair of dLives, it ain’t happening any time soon.

    My solution is this: Apple I-Pad 1’s are available on ebay for $15-20.00 each, and won’t update the OS past iOS 5 or so. The cheapest option is to buy 4-5 pads for $100.00, load them up with One-Mix, and hand them out on gigs. This way I’ll know that they’re configured properly and hassle free.

    I’m also wondering why A&H is still charging for One-Mix if it won’t work with current iOS’s?

    -Mark

    #99940
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    Showtime
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    Forgetting heritage is something they do quick.

    Products are great till end of sale.

    Richard

    #99968
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    SteffenR
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    I’m also wondering why A&H is still charging for One-Mix if it won’t work with current iOS’s?

    they don’t charge on it since 5 or 6 years already

    #100004
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    Mark Oakley
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    I think you’re referring to iLive “Mixpad” for the FOH mixer. Formerly $100.00, it has been free for the past 5-6 years. I’m referring to iLive “Onemix” for musicians to control their own In-ears. It’s still listed in the App store for 7.99 British pounds.

    -Mark

    #100853
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    narlisonlira
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    true friend, I have the same problem. we made this high investment in the iLive t112. In the past, each one controlled their Assistant here through the Tweak Application, but Allen & Heath left something to be desired by not updating the applications.

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