I had the same issue which I ended solving by going to reinstall from the storage management screen
go to: settings > general > iphone storage > (wait for it to load the details of the apps) see your app and click on it > (click) Reinstall app
this worked for me...
No, these new apps are built using iOS-based frameworks that only exist on Mojave. These frameworks are located within /System/iOSSupport which is why you're seeing that error message, as that directory (and the files within it) do not appear in previous versions of macOS.
I don't know about a solution that tracks time per desktop but what I use is Observe (https://qotoqot.com/qbserve/). It tracks the time you spend in any application and you can add filters so screen time in one app is allocated to a specific project. You can even define working paths. So every time you work on a file in specific directory it also gets ...
The command can be found in /System/Library/Frameworks/CoreServices.framework/Versions/A/Frameworks/LaunchServices.framework/Versions/A/Support/lsregister. I suggest creating a symlink to one of the directories in your PATH for easy access. You can copy and past the following command for simplicity
% sudo ln -s /System/Library/Frameworks/...
No: the permission is for unlimited access to that folder.
There's nothing to stop an app secretly uploading all your files to some server, except that people would notice and denounce the company, and there's no commercial benefit in doing it anyway.
The Documents folder is another location that has privileged access, but the trouble is that every app that ...
Okay so this is how I found the resolution centre:
Login to App Store Connect
Select my apps
Select the app with the issue
In the AppStore tab, look on the left under General you will find Version History, click on it.
On the right, you should see the Resolution Centre there as depicted below
Yes, the iPhone is able to record two videos simultaneously.
But no, I don't think there is an app that does what you want. As I understand it, you want to do screen capture of any app, and simultaneously record the front-facing camera using a different app, than the one being screen captured. That is not possible.
You can do screen recording of any app ...
Apple Developer Guideline 4.3 states:
Don’t create multiple Bundle IDs of the same app. If your app has different versions for specific locations, sports teams, universities, etc., consider submitting a single app and provide the variations using in-app purchase. Also avoid piling on to a category that is already saturated; the App Store has enough ...
According to Waze, this is a known bug with this version.
Waze is reporting it as "a Facebook issue" and directing users to this Facebook developer URL for more info.
Also, there's a megathread on Reddit with a list of apps that are impacted by this Facebook SDK issue. You don't have to have Facebook installed or have a Facebook account for this ...