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Any way to make apps 64 bit?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So iOS 11 is right around the corner for some, and in others' devices for a few months and opening the PS Touch app (I know, who even uses that) (it's not from the appstore, I installed it via TutuApp) and 1/2 more apps gives me the warning that "this app will no longer work in iOS 11". Just wondering if there's something I can do about PS being 32 bit....

Thanks :D

 

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 the developer will update the app, or it won't work. Nothing else will work, maybe a jailbreak or if you compile it yourself for 64 bit if you have the source


|i7 3770k 1.27v 4.4GHz|GTX 1070|'C750 Multimedia Computer System'|ASUS P8Z77-V LE|4x8gb mismatched 1600MHz CAS9|

|1x WD Black (1tb)64MB Cache|Intel 520 180 GB|Samsung 850 EVO 240 GB

JBL 4412 // P-308 / M-508, who needs a sub woofer when you have an equalizer?

Legacy:

 

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pc -> preamp -> splitter -> my 'crossover' (equalizer set to +12db on 35-200hz, twice since its a stereo one and im using it as mono), my amp

'crossover' -> amp (cheapo ebay board) -> subwoofer

Equalizer: Pioneer SG-60

eBay amp: Generic 100w with terrible traits 

 

PC -> 3.5mm to RCA -> L = Speaker Set3, R = Pre Amp -> Amp -> Speaker Set1/2

Speaker Set3 = Subwoofer (Altec Lansing VS4121 subwoofer, the amp is using the built in amp with that sub)

Speaker Set1 = 'Tweeters' (2x Panasonic SB-FS900 Surround Speakers)

Speaker Set2 = 'Mid Ranged' (Center speaker from Panasonic SB-FS900, Generic 'JS Hi-Fi Speakers'

Total: 1 subwoofer, 2 midranged, 2 tweeters

Pre Amp: Onkyo P-308

Amp: Onkyo M-508

Speaker Set2 is set to -5db using my Amp, quieter because I don't like my mids to be as loud as my highs/lows

 no more 'no buzz', it's hearable with the subwoofer. 

 

 

 

 

138 is a good number.

You expected a easter egg? No.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, themctipers said:

 the developer will update the app, or it won't work. Nothing else will work, maybe a jailbreak or if you compile it yourself for 64 bit if you have the source

Alright I'll try tweeting at tutuapp or something. By the way, will it run smoother when it's 64 bit or does it not really matter?

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13 minutes ago, Ricardo56 said:

Alright I'll try tweeting at tutuapp or something. By the way, will it run smoother when it's 64 bit or does it not really matter?

everything will be the same, as long as the developer doesn't do a overhaul. 


|i7 3770k 1.27v 4.4GHz|GTX 1070|'C750 Multimedia Computer System'|ASUS P8Z77-V LE|4x8gb mismatched 1600MHz CAS9|

|1x WD Black (1tb)64MB Cache|Intel 520 180 GB|Samsung 850 EVO 240 GB

JBL 4412 // P-308 / M-508, who needs a sub woofer when you have an equalizer?

Legacy:

 

Spoiler

pc -> preamp -> splitter -> my 'crossover' (equalizer set to +12db on 35-200hz, twice since its a stereo one and im using it as mono), my amp

'crossover' -> amp (cheapo ebay board) -> subwoofer

Equalizer: Pioneer SG-60

eBay amp: Generic 100w with terrible traits 

 

PC -> 3.5mm to RCA -> L = Speaker Set3, R = Pre Amp -> Amp -> Speaker Set1/2

Speaker Set3 = Subwoofer (Altec Lansing VS4121 subwoofer, the amp is using the built in amp with that sub)

Speaker Set1 = 'Tweeters' (2x Panasonic SB-FS900 Surround Speakers)

Speaker Set2 = 'Mid Ranged' (Center speaker from Panasonic SB-FS900, Generic 'JS Hi-Fi Speakers'

Total: 1 subwoofer, 2 midranged, 2 tweeters

Pre Amp: Onkyo P-308

Amp: Onkyo M-508

Speaker Set2 is set to -5db using my Amp, quieter because I don't like my mids to be as loud as my highs/lows

 no more 'no buzz', it's hearable with the subwoofer. 

 

 

 

 

138 is a good number.

You expected a easter egg? No.

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Tasks may run more efficiently and use system resources better, however if you have 64bit and the app is still 32bit there's no need to worry as it will run fine. (Backwards compatible from 64 to 32 just not from 32 to 64)

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