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    No longer available on iOS?

    Got a message that disc to digital is no longer available on iOS. Can anyone confirm?

    #2
    Never mind I found the workaround. Thank you vudu for having a workaround on this. Greatly appreciated!!!

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      #3
      I just started getting the very same message. What was the work around that you found?

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        #4
        What's the work around?

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          #5
          Visit vudu.com/disc on your iPhone browser for details on how to use D2D from an iPhone.

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            #6
            So in other words, Apple is pulling something

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              #7
              Yup, like they always do

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                #8
                Originally posted by Bickle View Post
                So in other words, Apple is pulling something
                I don't think so! Ever since Movies Anywhere got involved everything has gone to crap in Crisco!!! I lost something like 40 movies from My Movies, There's no reason to even try the Disc to Digital program because now the library of available movies is no longer existent, Also, the titles available to purchase from Vudu had been culled, and the new streamed website line sucks. In addition, the "specials and the changing of those "special deals" really aren't that special. Finally, wait until you try that "work around" and even the Android version sucks and doesn't work most of time.

                Oh and guess what? Now Movies Anywhere is selling digital copies of movies!!! So I wonder what's going to happen to Vudu (who is now a competitor)?

                KEEP YOUR DISCS FOLKS!!!

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                  #9
                  Let's see what will be the next update.

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                    #10
                    I'm glad there is a workaround. Going to vudu.com/disc on my iPhone works. Thanks!

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                      #11
                      ok, got the message that IOS no longer supports app scanning. Followed the directions to the workaround on my iphone,,,,,,but now i keep getting a message when i hit the convert button saying "please enable location permissions in device settings. I double checked those settings.......everything is enabled.....what am i doing wrong.
                      Frustrated

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                        #12
                        I got everything authorized on my iPhone but the camera is showing pitch black. Help please!

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Cybertooth View Post

                          I don't think so! Ever since Movies Anywhere got involved everything has gone to crap in Crisco!!! I lost something like 40 movies from My Movies, There's no reason to even try the Disc to Digital program because now the library of available movies is no longer existent, Also, the titles available to purchase from Vudu had been culled, and the new streamed website line sucks. In addition, the "specials and the changing of those "special deals" really aren't that special. Finally, wait until you try that "work around" and even the Android version sucks and doesn't work most of time.

                          Oh and guess what? Now Movies Anywhere is selling digital copies of movies!!! So I wonder what's going to happen to Vudu (who is now a competitor)?

                          KEEP YOUR DISCS FOLKS!!!
                          None of that would affect app availability in any way. It has to do with Apple insisting on a 30% cut of in app purchases. They likely have adjusted their rules for any transaction generated in the app, invalidating the website based ?I?m not touching you? consummation of the transaction

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by wbdixon View Post
                            ok, got the message that IOS no longer supports app scanning. Followed the directions to the workaround on my iphone,,,,,,but now i keep getting a message when i hit the convert button saying "please enable location permissions in device settings. I double checked those settings.......everything is enabled.....what am i doing wrong.
                            Frustrated
                            me too!!!! help

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by drwolfeesq View Post

                              me too!!!! help
                              Please make sure you have allowed permissions to both the Vudu app and Safari web browser for D2D to work.

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