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VirtualBench iPad app crashes

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Hey! We have a discussion forum for VirtualBench that is monitored by application engineers and R&D; they are also very quick at responding. I recommend you post your question there.

When you do post, I'd also recommend adding information about which firmware you are using (in the Windows application go to File >> About). Also, what iPad hardware version is it and what iOS are you running? That information will assist the team when responding.

Cheers!

Katie

Katie Collette
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Done.

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Bill Ahroon

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USAARL wrote:

My iPad "sees" my VirtualBench but after connecting wirelessly the iPad app crashes. Is it possible that my iPad is too old? Can anyone assist?

This has been fixed in VirtualBench 1.2 for iOS ( https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/virtualbench/id896797834 ).

The 1.0 and 1.1 versions of the app could not connect to a VirtualBench device with firmware version 1.0.0 because that firmware did not have the FFT math operation.

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