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j'ai  un   abonnement  evernote  premium  ,  refus d evernote ce  jour  de  fonctionner sur  mon ipad mini  IOS 9.3.5 ! ALORS QUE  CELA  FONCTIONNENT  DEPUIS 5 ANNÉES !?!?! sur  cet  ipad .i i  !?!?    

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On 4/3/2019 at 2:12 PM, brumagnushill@gmail.com said:

 

I have a premium evernote subscription, refusal evernote this day to work on my ipad mini IOS 9.3.5! WHILE IT WORKS FOR 5 YEARS!?!?! on this ipad .i i!?!?

Hi.  Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the application?  Contact Support - https://www.evernote.com/SupportLogin.action

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On 4/3/2019 at 6:12 AM, brumagnushill@gmail.com said:

j'ai  un   abonnement  evernote  premium  ,  refus d evernote ce  jour  de  fonctionner sur  mon ipad mini  IOS 9.3.5 ! ALORS QUE  CELA  FONCTIONNENT  DEPUIS 5 ANNÉES !?!?! sur  cet  ipad .i i  !?!?    

Can someone translate this?

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It was translated by gazumped (thanks), see above.

My explanation to the issue would be that the old mini is running on a 32bit-architecture (not sure about this, but my old iPad was 32bit and could not update any longer). This is why it is frozen to an old iOS version, because newer ones need a 64Bit-processor to work.

When an app is updated to 64Bit-only, it will stop working on the 32bit-machines. Normally one can continue to use old app versions to work around this. But if the server data structure is moved to 64 as well, it may stop.

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3 hours ago, MatS14 said:

Can someone translate this?

Um, Google can. Web search on "google translate".

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13 minutes ago, PinkElephant said:

When an app is updated to 64Bit-only, it will stop working on the 32bit-machines. Normally one can continue to use old app versions to work around this. But if the server data structure is moved to 64 as well, it may stop.

The Evernote API, if that's what you're referring to by "server data", is strongly typed and is independent of processor size. See http://dev.evernote.com/doc/reference/

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17 hours ago, PinkElephant said:

It was translated by gazumped (thanks), see above.

No thanks required or necessary (but thanks anyway) - Google done it! ;)

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than i  for  the  help from  GAZUMPED   !  no  problem ,!  i  have  3 other  possibility to  work with my evernote premium     ,  have  a  nice  day   

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