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Older Dropbox on iOS 9.3.5

Older Dropbox on iOS 9.3.5

volfied
New member | Level 2
Until just yesterday. i was happily using Dropbox on my iPad Mini (MD530LL/A) running iOS 9.3.5. Suddenly it stopped working entirely. I run it and it immediately crashes. Ive rebooted. Deleted the app and all its data. No luck. Are others experiencing the same sudden change?
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Mark
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My guess is that because Dropbox is no longer supported on iOS 9.x you've just been lucky. I'm afraid I dont think its going to be possible to get it to work again. Minimum requirement is iOS12 now. 

 

https://help.dropbox.com/installs-integrations/desktop/system-requirements#ios


 


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