Updating to iOS 14 Public Beta

These steps assume, if you have a new device, that you have gone through the basic steps
setting up the device, getting it on your network, etc.

If you are installing on a older device make sure you have enough storage to install. You’ll need 5 to 6 gigs. To check how much storage you have by going to Settings > General > iPhone Storage.

I. When you are ready…

A. If the device is not plugged in.. plug your device into power

B. Back up your device

C. Using your device go to: https://beta.apple.com

D. Click on the ‘Sign up’ button

E. Sign in using your Apple ID

F. Scroll to the bottom of the ‘agreement’ page and click on ‘Accept’ button to sign your life away

G. You’ll end up on the ‘Guide’ page. Make SURE to select ‘iOS’ if you’re on a phone or
click on ‘iPad OS’ if you are on an iPad.

H. In the ‘Get Started’ area there is a link called ‘enroll your iOS device’ within the text of the paragraph. Click on that link.

II. Installation of the configuration profile

After clicking on the link you’ll come to a page with a set of instructions that include the following:

A. Back up your device. If you’ve already done this great, if not do it now.

B. Install profile – Click on the ‘Download Profile’ button to install the profile

  1. You’ll get a on-screen notification about ‘this web site is trying to download…’
    a. Press the ‘Accept’ button
  2. You will get a notification that the ‘Profile Downloaded.
    a. Press Close.
  3. You may get a notification about backing up the iPhone.
    a. If so, tap on it and it will take you into Settings > iCloud > Backup

    b. If you have backed up great…if not do so.

c. If you are not already there go to the Settings App.

  1. Below your iCloud information you should see an entry titled ‘Profile Downloaded’
  2. Tap on ‘Profile Downloaded’. You’ll be taken to a page titled ‘Install Profile’
  3. Tap on the ‘Install’ button in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
  4. Enter your passcode and you’ll be taken to the Consent page
  5. Read the consent message and after waking up press the ‘Install’ button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
  6. Press the ‘Install’ button that appears at the bottom of the page.
  7. The machine will do it work. Once done it will take you to a page where you can press ‘Done’. The configuration profile is installed. On to installing iOS 14 beta.

III. Installing iOS 14 beta

A. Go to the main screen and then to Settings > General > Software Update

B. You should see a reference to ‘iOS 14 Public Beta ‘x’ where ‘x’ is the version of the beta
1. Press ‘Download and Install’
NOTE: If you don’t see the reference to Public Beta in Software Update… restart the device and go to (A) above.

2. The update will start downloading and installing. This process may take an hour or more…

IV. Final Steps

A. Once the device is updated go to General > Settings > Software Update and turn on ‘Automatic Updates’

B. Startup the ‘News’ app

WoodWing’s Smart Mover, version 10.5

The following features have been added in the latest release of Smart Mover, version 10.5:

This is a list of the new features:

  • Error message can now be posted to Slack.
  • The “Slack Message Post” Task was added.
  • You can now include user based Process Notes in addition to Task Notes for any Process.

Here are the changes to the product: 

  • New WoodWing branding for Enterprise and Elvis have been implemented. WW Studio and WW Assets are now used. This includes Task names. Existing Tasks using the old names will continue to run but newly created Tasks use the new branding.
  • Smart Mover Service support files and subfolders have also been renamed accordingly.
  • The WW Assets Modify MetaData Task now includes the option to “Undo CheckOut”.
  • Running Smart Mover Service on a Mac no longer requires running “RunmeOnce.app” before the service is first run.
  • Dark Mode is now supported for Smart Mover Manager.
  • The Copy Files Task now includes the option to delete empty subfolders. Previously they were automatically deleted.
  • When modifying any WW Assets Task that uses a query to select the assets to be processed you will get a warning if you are using the Query Builder to do that selection. The Query Builder is now deprecated and instead the Query String should be used.