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Make sure you are logged into the same i Tunes account that you used to purchase the app Although the App Store may show an update is available, you need to be logged into the original Apple ID that you used to purchase the app to be able to download any updates. You can check your App Store purchase history to see if the Apple ID you are using was used to purchase an app.

To do so, open the in the bottom toolbar, and see if the app is listed.

A week or so ago, I updated the Facebook app on my phone. As I was about to hit the update button again, I paused. In reality, it gets throttled once you reach a certain limit. That would be why many apps tend to have smaller updates.

Around a week later, a new update weighing in at 240MB popped up. Unlimited broadband plans (wifi) do exist in India.

It also perfectly captures why I’m not much of a Facebooker, and have yet to post a personal photo in my ten plus years on it.

In fact, my Facebook profile pix is ten years old, and my phone number on Facebook is an old one. The sneaky guys had secretly linked up my Facebook account with my Whats App account, and pulled all the contacts from my phone onto Facebook, all the while pretending to be unaware of my current phone number. Partly for Facebook Groups which are pretty useful in organising crusades against organisations who believe in the principle of divide and rule, and partly to check out stuff that goes viral. It struck me that since I’m not a typical heavy Facebook user, I don’t really need the app. To confirm, I downloaded the Facebook app and tracked the size of the download.

If you have any questions, feel free to email [email protected] Ware.com, though Apple is ultimately the best resource for addressing update issues.Make sure you have restrictions turned off i OS (the operating system that is on all i Phone, i Pad, and i Pod touch models) has restrictions that allow you to block access to various features, one of which is installing apps.If this is toggled OFF, you will not be able to download or sync apps.Over a billion people use Facebook’s messaging app every month, so when something goes wrong, it’s a major inconvenience.In this article, I’ll explain why Messenger is not working on your i Phone and show you how to fix the problem for good.I can always check Facebook on my browser if need be, which is like once a week. The listed download size was 230MB while the actual download was 138 MB. It’s quite likely a similar result may appear for updates too. Messenger won’t load on your i Phone and you don’t know why.My previous plan with BSNL used to be 30GB a month, and once I crossed it, my 4mbps connection would be throttled to a snail-like speed of 256kps. So what makes apps like facebook have complete overhauls of their app all the time?Last year, I switched to ACT who gives 75GB a month at around 8mbps, and a post 75Gb speed of 512kpbs. Facebook claims every update improves speed and reliability.While we are the developer of Proloquo2Go, Proloquo4Text, Pictello, Keeble, Keedogo, Keedogo Plus, and News-2-You, the apps are exclusively sold by Apple through the App Store.Please know we are not involved in the technical aspects of i OS devices, i Tunes, Apple IDs, i Cloud, and downloading.


  1. That means that to use the app on your iPhone, you need to be logged into that original Apple ID. On your iPhone, check what Apple ID was used to get an app by following these steps Tap the App Store app. Tap Updates. Tap Purchased. Check to see if the app is listed here. If not, it was likely downloaded with another.

  2. The problem is that if you do not open the iCal on the iOS, it will not update, and therefore not update on the FB Local app. Just found that I can do the export option steps for iCal on my MacOS from the Facebook desktop page. and just copy that subscribe link to the "Add Subscribed Calendar" option in.

  3. Apr 15, 2017. A week or so ago, I updated the Facebook app on my phone. The very next day, it was. Why not a Facebook Lite app for iOS too? Do they believe iPhone. Maybe the typical Facebook user is not the type who worries about a couple of a piddly hundred megabytes every week or two. This guy has bigger.

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