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Old Jan 28, 2013, 05:51 PM   #1
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While looking at pictues and/or videos, I keep getting an error code "Cocoa Error 1560"... I googled it but they keep refering to Iphones and not IPads... anyone know what is causing this or to make it go away... Thanks
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Old Jan 30, 2013, 06:35 AM   #2
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The cocoa error 1560 is a problem in the app's code. If it's the native Photos app, then you can report the issue to Apple and they might look into it. If it's an app you downloaded, you can notify the developer of the issue and they might try to fix it. Lastly, if you're the developer of this app, there is a macro and/or a function available to fix this problem or at least give you a more detailed error report.

You also may want to try backing your iPad up and then restoring it. Sometimes that or a reboot can fix a lot of problems.
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Old Feb 5, 2013, 03:23 AM   #3
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The cocoa error 1560 is a problem in the app's code. If it's the native Photos app, then you can report the issue to Apple and they might look into it. If it's an app you downloaded, you can notify the developer of the issue and they might try to fix it. Lastly, if you're the developer of this app, there is a macro and/or a function available to fix this problem or at least give you a more detailed error report.

You also may want to try backing your iPad up and then restoring it. Sometimes that or a reboot can fix a lot of problems.
it work find broo, you are correct but some time reboot must be carefull because it even broke the software
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