1. Kupe's Avatar
    Well, the good news is that ASUpdateHider has been updated for iOS 8.

    The bad news. With the latest ASUpdatehider 1.2-2 on my iPhone 5S running iOS 8.1 I get the message "There was an error loading the preference bundle for ASUpdateHider" Doesn't work at all. Anyone found a fix? I've emailed and tweeted the Dev, but I've never gotten any responses from him in the past so not holding my breath on this one.

    EDIT- Installing the tweak AppList fixes this issue. ASUpdateHider now working perfectly!
    Last edited by Kupe; 2015-01-21 at 04:43 PM.
    2015-01-21 03:28 PM
  2. jmh2002's Avatar
    Its great that it got updated, but it is only for iOS 8 now. So iOS 7 users have been left out in the cold...
    2015-01-21 06:08 PM
  3. Kupe's Avatar
    Its great that it got updated, but it is only for iOS 8 now. So iOS 7 users have been left out in the cold...
    I hear 'ya. FWIW, on my last device still running iOS 7, I use App Update Manager. Definitely not all the features of ASUpdateHider, but I can turn off completely individual apps that I don't want to update.

    Kupe
    2015-01-25 08:56 PM
  4. jmh2002's Avatar
    As a small note, on the weekend I updated my wife's iPhone4 from 7.0.4 to 7.1.2.

    This has provided an improvement on the AppStore Update page:

    - Clicking 'Update' on individual apps now works correctly.
    - 'Update All' is no longer greyed out and now works correctly too.

    - Sliding on an App now shows 'Hide Update' again, however clicking this still causes the AppStore to crash (and the app not to be hidden).
    - Hide Update History still works as previously.

    At least its a small improvement that the AppStore is now functioning correctly.
    Last edited by jmh2002; 2015-01-27 at 01:36 PM.
    2015-01-27 11:14 AM
  5. Jon G's Avatar
    I'm on 7.1.1 & use AppInfo to disable updates If individual apps. Works flawlessly & instantly.
    2015-01-27 11:53 AM
  6. jmh2002's Avatar
    Deleted - Double Post
    Last edited by jmh2002; 2015-01-27 at 01:35 PM.
    2015-01-27 11:55 AM
  7. jmh2002's Avatar
    I'm on 7.1.1 & use AppInfo to disable updates If individual apps. Works flawlessly & instantly.
    Good tip, thanks I use AppInfo but I didnt know/remember about this function.

    For me it works, but it still leaves the disabled app in the AppStore list, with the 'cloud' icon instead of 'Update' next to it.

    Is this the same for you?
    2015-01-27 01:39 PM
  8. jmh2002's Avatar
    I'm on 7.1.1 & use AppInfo to disable updates If individual apps. Works flawlessly & instantly.
    Good tip, thanks I use AppInfo but I didnt know/remember about this function.

    For me it works, but it still leaves the disabled app in the AppStore list, with the 'cloud' icon instead of 'Update' next to it.

    Is this the same for you?
    2015-01-27 01:40 PM
  9. Jon G's Avatar
    Good tip, thanks I use AppInfo but I didnt know/remember about this function.

    For me it works, but it still leaves the disabled app in the AppStore list, with the 'cloud' icon instead of 'Update' next to it.

    Is this the same for you?
    It does still show up in the "Purchased" list, but not under "Available Updates." I don't spend much time in that section so barely notice it. AppInfo is kind of a "must have" so it's nice to also have this functionality without the need for an additional tweak. Helps my never ending battle to keep my tweaks list as minimal as possible
    2015-01-30 07:39 AM
  10. jmh2002's Avatar
    Yes, after a reboot I see that the disabled item has now disappeared from the list. Thanks
    2015-01-30 07:54 AM
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