Currently Being ModeratedOct 20, 2012 2:02 PM (in response to lystan)Re: Update firmware failed on Ipad for Mobile In
I too have this exact same issue. The download process begins and crashes at block 25856. I have both and iPhone4 and an iPad2 both running iOS6 multiple attempts result in the exact same error. I've tried different WAN connections to ensure its not my ISP, and have rebooted both devices to no avail...
Currently Being ModeratedOct 21, 2012 11:17 AM (in response to brian94gt)Re: Update firmware failed on Ipad for Mobile In
I have the same issue. New Mobile in delivered on Saturday. On first use it wanted to update the firmware. Crashes everytime at block 25856. Have tried it on my Ipad (V2) and iPhone (4S) both running iOS5 still. The Mobile In still works but not great first experience.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 21, 2012 3:37 PM (in response to D150Pete)Re: Update firmware failed on Ipad for Mobile In
I second the poor first experience! Regardless of the firmware issue. The stability of the application is terrible. I spent more time trying to get a song to play in the terrible music player and watching it crash than I did jammin..
And how about trying to select a song in app?! Pshh.. Further the lame work around for playing along with iTunes no longer works in iOS6..
Major bummer for a true blooded Line6 fan.. Does it work? Well sorta.. My own work around? A headphone splitter and my iPod in combo with the iPhone.. I could just use garage band, my interface and the MacBook and be better off.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 22, 2012 3:01 PM (in response to brian94gt)Re: Update firmware failed on Ipad for Mobile In
Can't get the update to work. Overall not that impressed so it's now packed up for a refund. Apogee Jam or the new Focusrite iTrack look like alternatives but will not work with POD App I guess. Wish Line 6 would follow the model of others and charge for the software so that users can choose their own hardware interfaces. Good Luck - I'm out of here. Pete
Currently Being ModeratedOct 21, 2012 10:28 PM (in response to lystan)Re: Update firmware failed on Ipad for Mobile In
Just baught it and tried the firmware update on 2 different devices. both failed. At my friend's device, the update went without any problem.
BTW, with the new firmware version (1.0.5) and with the new Mobile POD app version (1.2.3), one can make Mobile In to work on an iPod touch 4th generation. You will still get the annoying message "Unsupported IOS Device", but if you play one of the riffs that were added on the latest app version and then stop the riff, you're home free.
Currently Being ModeratedOct 24, 2012 12:34 AM (in response to Davie_99)Re: Update firmware failed on Ipad for Mobile In
A new Mobile POD version has been released yesterday. Version 1.2.4.
With this version, the firmware update is successful, but it seems they have dropped down one FW version. Now 1.0.4 is installed instead of 1.0.5.
Anyway, The iPod touch trick still works with these 2 changes.
Best of luck.