06-11-2011 03:13 AM
06-12-2011 05:22 PM
If we assume that the COD is good which it must be since they can get it installed if they delete the app, then most likely the issue is the connectivity to the network during the install. In my experience if there is network issues during install the 907 error would be generated. It is probably a coinsidence that after the delete the app they were able to install correctly. Most likely if they just tried again with better connectivity it woud have worked also. The other issue that I have seen is someone with full bars 3G but not so great wifi. The install will be started on the wifi but may not complete properly. Bottom line is to make sure the user has good wifi or turn it off and then make sure they have good 3G before trying to install.
06-13-2011 05:15 AM
This is the reason:
5. old version has two Persistent objects which no longer exist, new version contains one (different) Persistent object
The OS wants to retain these Objects to allow your App to reuse them, but finds that the new App won't recognize them and so rejects the update. If you delete it, then the Persistent Objects are removed and the problem is solved.
06-13-2011 07:49 AM
Peter, the upgrade seems to be working most of the time but not always. Wouldn't it fail everytime if the persistant object was the problem? I thought that changing/removing persistant objects would cause a reboot but not failure.