I can't really explain, not sure whatt's going on. But after i updated to iOS 8 Freedome seems to connect and disconnect all the time, as if it's struggeling to keep the connection... Like I said, i've got no clue, i'm no expert. I can just see things isn't working as they were... Please investigate.
Please refer to the following Knowledge Base article if you still experience disconnection issue with Freedome version 2.0.4.
Yes since updating this morning Freedome seems to disconnect alot and I have to keep turning it back on. It never did this before I updated. (ios 8 - iphone 6)
There was issue with Freedome 2.0.1 and iOS 8. Issue is fixed with F-Secure Freedome VPN 2.0.2. It includes fix to this iOS 8 issue. The version is currently being distributed to the App Stores and is already available in many locations.
You can get this version by opening the App Store on your iPhone or iPad and going to the Updates section. If you cannot see Freedome 2.0.2 there yet, just try again a bit later.
You can also see post: http://community.f-secure.com/t5/F-Secure/iOS-8-users-Do-NOT-upgrade-to/td-p/60243
I am having similar issues after updating to IOS 8.0.2 on IPhone 5S, Freedome keeps dropping to state "Off" and must be manually set on again. FreeDone version is 2.0.2. I am having paid subscription, which makes this even more annoying. I upgraded/updated both only after 8.0.2 and 2.0.2 were both available.
Did not have similar problen with IOS7 and older version of Freedome.
I have emailed feedback to F-Secure through Freedome feedback function, so let's see what they have to say.
Referring to this thread.
"We have F-Secure Freedome VPN version 2.0.4 submitted to the Apple review process. As soon as Apple approves it, we will publish it to our users. It includes changes that should solve these connection dropping issues when used with iOS 8.0.2"
Did you see the post just before yours by Ben? It explains why it unfortunately takes time for the uppdated version to come to its users.
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