Despite saving and publishing the app, it will not update in my ST i Phone app. Any app/code I update is no longer appearing in the “My Apps” section in the ST app.I’m also experiencing the same issue with apps I have not authored. Examples include: The small app I authored (literally five lines added to the standard boilerplate) is not updating in ST. I updated the code from 5.2.0 to 5.2.3, but I’m unable to update the app itself once the code is published.
Restarting the download is a simple way to fix i Phone apps that get stuck updating and apps that get stuck loading.In i OS 10 beta, I see these messages when I 3D touch on a Loading app, which lets me Prioritize, Pause, or Cancel Download, or Share the app.Also, an update can change an app’s behavior, which may not be something you want.So to avoid these issues, you can specify when and how you want to receive updates for your applications.Is there a process to follow in order to update apps in the IDE so that they are available via the mobile ST app? (Only the old app is available via ST - So in case anyone else is having the same issue, apparently my IDE was attached to the wrong shard, which meant any updates done through the IDE weren’t being applied to the same instance that my phone was attached to.
So in case anyone else is having the same issue, apparently my IDE was attached to the wrong shard, which meant any updates done through the IDE weren’t being applied to the same instance that my phone was attached to.
Seems like something load balancing or a controller should take care of.
On a somewhat unrelated note, I’m now receiving the twice daily NST-Manager “new version available” alerts, prompting me to “upgrade” from 5.2.3 to 5.2.0. Insignificant patches isn’t something that should alert if you’re unable to control the notifications.
To fix an i Phone app that’s stuck loading or waiting, tap on the circle of the loading app in the App Store to stop the download.
Next, tap UPDATE and the app will download like it should!
'Managed' apps may be updated remotely via Systems Manager.