It’s newer than the ‘classic’ app I’m running. Presumably if there is a ‘new’ app that is different than the ‘classic’ app, and the ‘classic’ app is an update of an existing app, then the older version is also ‘classic’??
I’m not using either the new Samsung app, or the ‘classic’ app that is now on the App Store.
Then perhaps you should have read what I posted, and noted that I was making a distinction between the new Samsung app, the new classic app (which is what I called it when you presumed to correct me), and older versions of the app befor presuming to ‘correct’ me. I referenced “New classic” as a different entity than the “new app”. Thought that was crystal-clear, but apparently not… tell ya what. Tell me exactly how you believe I should reference the three entities, and i’ll Do it so as to avoid confusing everyone.
New Samsung app = ???
Classic app = ???
Un-updated ST app = ???
Anyway, this is all reminding me of the whole Coca Cola fiasco a couple decades ago.
New coke came out.
That had market problems, so they re-released ‘classic’ coke.
If you had an old can of coke with neither label on it, what exactly was it?
There was a post below that one, which seems to suggest there was an issue with the classic app too. But I believe we’re on the same page that it’s not a new app, it’s a new version of an old app with a new name.
If you want to believe that one person’s broken English, then go right ahead. But when I read “As well I installed the classic app…” You wouldn’t have to install the classic app…it will just be there. Automatically. But if you don’t want to upgrade, you don’t have to…yet.
Well, if we’re going to nitpick, then you are misquoting that person. He said he installed in the classic app. I took that took to mean he installed the device handler that was the focus of that thread in the classic app. And since ST breaks stuff with mobile app version upgrades all the time, that seems entirely plausible to me.
One person has reported the problem. And what was updated in the last version of the app that would affect this one device and no others? Nothing. Like I said, don’t update. But eventually you’ll have to.
Here’s where I get confused. I want to continue using the classic app (on iPhone) as long as possible. But I am wondering if it is advisable to go ahead update my account. If I update my account to the new type can I continue to use the classic app?