iPad Help with Apps

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  1. Treadshot A1

    Treadshot A1 Or just 'A1' for short...

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    I seem to be having some issues with apps crashing all over the place on my iPad. I've recently synced with iTunes, and then apps started not working. I only detect one common thing between those apps: I downloaded them all when i was in Hong Kong. Every app i downloaded in Australia still works. When i try to update the crashing apps on the App Store, it just tells me "this Apple ID is valid in the Hong Kong App Store only".

    My problem is that i have some data stored in those apps that i can't afford to lose (specifically, a lot of sketches in Adobe Ideas). I can't delete the app and redownload it, or else i'll lose that data.

    Anyoen know how to solve this problem? I've never had any problems with the iPad like this before, and it was never modified/jailbroken in any way. I'm getting worried. I need those sketches back. :(  Help?
     
  2. Prowl

    Prowl Well-Known Member

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    Wish I could help, but the part that throws me off a bit is situations when downloading from Itunes from different countries. Normally I would say redownload them, but I can see why you wouldn't want to do that, and apple's "save" files are still bullshit and impossible to backup. Some people have told me that if you backup your ipad and then resync based on that backup, your saves come with it. It worked for me, but it's still risky.
     
  3. Haloid1177

    Haloid1177 Hey, That's Pretty Good

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    As much as I hate to say it, contact Apple about it. The region App store thing is going to be problematic, most likely.
     

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