Monday, April 13, 2015

Update iOS 8.3 blocks access to applications for the desktop file manager

IOS 8.3 update is restricted to third-party task managers access to files and folders of applications installed on mobile devices. With such a problem faced popular desktop tools users iFunBox, iTools, iExplorer, iBackupBot, PhoneView and others.

«IOS 8.3 to limit our freedom of data management installed games and applications - write on Facebook developers iFunBox. - Apple in the new version has blocked access to the "sandbox" of each program. If before writing files was banned only in executable directories, now we have completely lost control over applications on our devices.
We are currently studying the situation. Before a solution is found, the access to data through iFunbox will be possible only on jailbroken gadgets".
Developers iExplorer confirmed the presence of limitations in iOS 8.3: «Now we find out how the update will block access to the application directory and look for a way around the restriction. The problem occurs in all policy decisions, it is not a mistake or iExplorer iBrowse.Apple is definitely something to change in ways of accessing applications in iOS ».
The creators of the file manager iFunBox released an update, partly solve the problem: the program now allows you to open files in the applications for which the function is active iTunes File Sharing. For everyone else, you will need to perform the procedure of jailbreaking.
Update iOS 8.3 debuted last week. The main innovations are black list and iMessage function download free applications without a password. In addition, the update has increased productivity , as well as bring a set of new features and fixed a number of bugs and problems. List of the most valuable innovations can be found here .