Notice to iRFR and aRFR users! Application updates are pending.

As many of you know, we have been working on a refresh to the iRFR and aRFR applications.    These changes are making their way through iTunes and Google Play.     Here is what is going to happen.  

If you have previously purchased either the iRFR or the aRFR, the modified software will come through the app update tool on your device.    Please note that you MUST be running 2.6 software to use the application once the update is done.  It will no longer work on earlier versions of Eos software. 

If you are in a position that you cannot upgrade to 2.6 at this time, there are two choices:

a)  Turn off the auto-update function on your phone and don't install the update until you can move to 2.6.

b)  We are reposting the previous versions of the application under the names iRFR Classic and aRFR Classic.  If you complete the download of the app update and you find your app no longer works because you aren't running 2.6 yet, you can download the previous version under this new name.  These apps are both free.

If you use both Eos and Cobalt software, note that the updated version of the app does not currently function on Cobalt.    You will need to use the Classic versions instead.

Thanks much everyone.


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  • Thank you Anne, however I don't see the update or the classic available. We've been waiting a LONG time for an update to the aRFR version. Is there an operators manual available that we could browse through to see the changes prior to getting the update?
    Thanks again.
  • In reply to Terry Moore:

    The aRFR version has not yet been posted. It should be available in the next few days. There is not an operations manual available- as with most apps. There is a setup guide.

    Thanks much!
  • In reply to Anne Valentino:

    So Anne, I'm EXTREMELY patient (OK, that's a lie! Ha!) Waiting on the aRFR update is worse than expecting gifts on Christmas least we KNOW when Christmas is!!!!!! Any hints as to a possible release date? (Thank you for all your hard work on this update.)
  • Anne,
    I want to publicly apologize for my persistence about the update! I recieved it just now. I'm looking forward to checking it out! Again, I'm sorry and thank you for all your hard work on this update!
    Terry Moore
  • In reply to Terry Moore:

    No need to apologize at all.

    Thanks for the reply.

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