Lirum Device Info Removed from Sale until next update.

//Lirum Device Info Removed from Sale until next update.

Lirum Device Info Removed from Sale until next update.

Dear users,

We have recently removed Lirum Device Info from sale. When a new version is released, it will be available again – and all purchases made will seamlesly migrate.
As for the reasons of the take down:

  • A crash on iOS 9 was widely reported – and we can’t quickfix it because the AppStore now demands a 64bit build – and some dependencies cannot be ported to 64bit at this time. That’s why we will take some time to release an update;
  • The latest device models were not supported (in terms of having all internal specifications on our database) – An even having those specs, we can’t update the App as fast as we wanted: such mechanism will be created on our next update;
  • The UI is very outdated – we want to remake the flow and structure of the app from the groud up;

Please, note that Apple has nothing to do with this takedown. We removed the App so we avoid unsatisfied consumers to purchase a broken version.

If you purchased the full version and don’t want to wait for an updated, you can issue a refund on the iTunes store: http://bit.ly/1JtLZ0p

Thank you,

Rogério Hirooka

Lirum Labs

By |2015-10-08T16:47:48+00:00October 8th, 2015|Uncategorized|4 Comments

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  1. Adrian Russell-Falla August 23, 2016 at 8:22 pm - Reply

    hi!

    cool app, beautiful presentation!
    very much looking forward to the next update, which I hope will support iOS 10

    • Rogerio October 7, 2016 at 8:01 pm - Reply

      Sorry for the time it took to reply your comment! Indeed, after iOS10 release, we rushed to make the App fully compatible with it. Some features had to be removed though…

  2. Glenn McLaughlin December 28, 2016 at 12:07 am - Reply

    I have a 6S plus running iOS 10.2 and Siri does not respond to my voice through any of the external microphones even know the external microphones seem to be working for other applications Siri does work when I attach my earbuds.
    I tried to test my microphones using Lirum and there’s no input showing at all …..it doesn’t matter which microphone I select including the earbuds it shows no input…no waveform of any kind.

    • Rogerio December 30, 2016 at 10:32 pm - Reply

      That is really weird. Have you tried to force reboot the device? (Holding Power + Home for a few seconds until it restarts). Does that happen only with external microphones? Is the microphone lightning or bluetooth?

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