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Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by penajmz, Sep 23, 2015.
It was just released but I kinda don't want to do it... 9.1 beta 1 is so good!
9.0.1 as well.
Not seeing that !
Edit : Now I can.
iPad mini retina instantly found it, iPhone 6+ didn't
I have it installing on my 5s right now. Will it will improve battery life is my only question.
Strange my Air 2 doesn't see it whereas its already downloaded on the 6 Plus!
Unable to see beta 2 on iPhone 6 & mini 2
Restart devices, should appear then.
Did that, toggled wifi on/off as well.
Also tried removing and re-install beta profile.
This is the developer build correct? Does deleting profile still work for public betas? Whereas it allows for developer build betas? I'm on 9.1 public beta...
This is a Developer Beta, not a Public one. Hopefully we'll get the Public Beta in a few days.
Oh . I thought they merged the channels since they released both on same day.
The removing profile trick doesn't work anymore?
Edit: It arrived on my iPad mini on public beta shortly after.
That's incorrect . My iPad mini retina is on public beta aswell, but it installed b2 perfectly well
Well that's interesting/confusing..
Fingers crossed it's just slowly reaching my CDN.
Edit: Got it on my iPad mini 2
yes deleting profile and then restarting will give you this update, it is what i have done
Do you not need a registered UDID in order to install the Developer builds? I was under the impression that the device could be unusable, forcing a restore.
You can delete profile and install the update. After reboot you can install profile again.
I do this. No problem. Be happy.
Let me know outcome guys on battery life I may try if it's improved a lot.
Oh I'm not unhappy at all. Heh. Just don't want people to inadvertently mess up their phone and have to waste time restoring through iTunes.
Good to know that it all works smoothly the way you described though. Overall, what are your impressions of it?
What do the release notes say on this one?