This is a very strange error that I am seeing with some apps on my iphone 5S. I am able to get to the device, and the device tells me that I have an error memory. The error is an “ios error”, and the problem is that I am trying to install a photo sharing app, and it claims that there is a “security flaw”.
I’m not sure if it’s a new problem, or if this is something that is just a recent bug. I have a few apps that claim to have security flaws that all complain about the same thing. I’ve had a few different apps fail to install from within the app, and a few of them have been in the App Store for a few months now.
For the most part, the problem is that it doesn’t seem to be related to the error. The problem is that its not even clear that the error will be related to the photo sharing app, and therefore its not real.
The problem is that the error is being caused by one of ios’s file system operations that returns a negative result.
It is that simple. For instance, a user has to be on a second app when they use the file system to download multiple files. The user can only download one file, the file being the same, and then download the rest of the files and try again.
When you’re on a second app, it’s not hard to see that ios error memory read failure. It’s not actually a failure. The reason is that ios errors read the wrong size file, and therefore those errors read the wrong number of bytes. I have a different problem. The ios error read failure was due to ios being unable to read files (a second app was able to read the file, and now it’s read by a third app).
In this case, the file is the same as before, and the number of bytes is the same. But the difference is that the first app is actually able to read the file and save it, and the second app is able to read the file and not save it. I believe you are trying to use a third app to save a file. In which case, you can just save the file to a different folder and re-download it.
This is probably a problem that apple can’t seem to fix.