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How to access my stuff when ios 10 is no longer supported

New member | Level 2
New member | Level 2

I have a number of older Apple devices that are still perfectly sound, but I just got a message to say that dropbox will no longer be supported on 32 bit devices, such as my phone and tablet. Will there still be a way to save my photos to dropbox from these devices, or do I need to start looking for another cloud provider? I am not about to pay several hundred pounds to buy new kit. Many thanks

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Re: How to access my stuff when ios 10 is no longer supported

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New member | Level 2

I assume you'll be able to continue using an older version of the Dropbox-App on your old iOS device. Should not be a problem, I have an iPhone 3GS and it works just fine

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Re: How to access my stuff when ios 10 is no longer supported

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Hey there @Runragged2,

In general, if you try to install the Dropbox mobile app on a device that doesn't meet the minimum requirements, you may not be able to as it'll require it to be at least the minimum version that's supported. You can find more info about this here

If you already have the Dropbox mobile app installed though, you may be able to continue using this version but will not be able to install future updates. 

Let me know if you have any other questions!


Lusil
Community Moderator @ Dropbox
https://dropbox.com/support


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