IOS newest App cannot open previously opened pdfs now. as per the description above, you are not able to open PDF files in iOS, Is that correct? When you uninstall Acrobat Reader for iPhone and iPad, iOS will erase all. Try and copy a new PDF document into iBooks on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch and see if your device now. I cannot open up PDF files from the mail app, I tried to save the file to This is workaround solution not a fix to the issue as it was working.
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the Apple Books iOS app icon. You can add PDFs to your Apple Books Library on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, then access your files. When I tried to open a book in PDF format and the message appeared as some feature in the documents is not supported I have no problem. several pdf files on ipad in past. Started messaging that is was either corrupt or not a pdf file. Could you clarify what you mean by large PDF files (10 MB, 20 MB?) Do you have an error that you can share and ahve you updated your Box App to the latest version for iOS? - that'll really help the community.
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Among the things that you need to consider when dealing with problems viewing email attachments on your iPhone are as follow: Read on to learn your options. Here is a rundown of possible solutions you can try on if you wish to troubleshoot the problem right now.
Before troubleshooting be sure to check if the attached file is compatible or supported by the Mail app on your iPhone 7. Your other option in this case is to use a different app or third-party email app that can open the attachment on your iPhone 7. If you see that the attachment is still Downloading or when the download circle is not yet complete, then wait until it finished before opening the file.
Large files may take longer to download completely so be patient. Similar to other apps, the Mail app can also succumb into minor glitches thus it may be a little buggy at times.
To rectify the glitch, try to close the app and then open it again. That will give the app a fresh start. After a few seconds, restart the Mail app then try to open the attachment again. If the problem persists, continue to the next method.
In the case where your device becomes unresponsive as the Mail app gets frozen, you can do a force restart instead. It works the same as soft reset but only that the reboot is done with the hardware keys. In some cases, you may need to press the buttons a little longer like 20 to 30 seconds until the Apple logo shows up on the display. After it boots up completely, try to open the Mail app then open the email with the attachment you wish to view. Try viewing it again and see if you are able to do so.
There is a possibility that the main issue lies within the email account itself and that is what we are going to find out next. If the attachment problem only occurs on one email account, then try to delete the problematic account from your iPhone and then re-add it.