iOS 9.1 Full Version

Hype-149

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I updated my iOS 9.1 from the Pubic Beta to the full version but my phone still gives me the Feedback Assistant app. Was this an oversight of Apple not to remove it? I still have the Public Beta Profile installed, so they could cause it I suppose.

Anyone have this?
 

chris

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I haven't used iOS 9.1 beta, but perhaps it means that you are part of continuing betas. In order words, when iOS 9.1.2 beta comes out, you're eligible for an OTA update?
 

Europa

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Removing the beta profile in the Settings app and rebooting will remove the Feedback Assistant app. There is no reason to keep the beta profile now that you are on the full version.

Settings > General > Profile > remove the beta software profile.
 

Zanthe

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Removing the beta profile in the Settings app and rebooting will remove the Feedback Assistant app. There is no reason to keep the beta profile now that you are on the full version.

Settings > General > Profile > remove the beta software profile.
@Europa is an iOS Guru. Nothing more to say about the matter. :D
 

Hype-149

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Removing the beta profile in the Settings app and rebooting will remove the Feedback Assistant app. There is no reason to keep the beta profile now that you are on the full version.

Settings > General > Profile > remove the beta software profile.
I was kinda hoping for a 9.2 Public Beta so I haven't done that just yet. We'll see what Apple comes up with.