11-20-2017 08:03 AM
yes it will. from other posts i saw somewhere else it seems the issue is fixed in the iOS 11.2 beta.
11-22-2017 03:32 AM
Please check my post on the other thread.
I believe it's a firmware issue with the iXpand drive, because I have one that works perfectly fine on both iPhone X and 8 Plus running the latest iOS 11.1.2. The working iXpand drive came with firmware version 126.96.36.199, while the other two that didn't work came with version 188.8.131.52.
11-28-2017 03:53 AM - edited 11-28-2017 03:53 AM
The only problem I faced while updating my iPhone to iOS 11.1.2 is WiFi not working properly.
But after checking on the web, I realize there are many users facing this annoying problem.
But One of my tech geek friends suggest me some tricks with the help of this source link, and I get rid of this annoying issue.
11-28-2017 09:29 AM
This is not a problem with the FW version. It is a hardware issue related to the card that is used in the product. Type 3 cards are affected by the issue and the devices that use these cards will need to be replaced. Please contact SanDisk Support for a warranty replacement.
11-30-2017 05:36 AM
Fix available for iOS 11.1.2 (worked for me and an iPhone X):
To All... I was having the same problem using a 256GB iXpand USB 3.0 Drive. I bought it a week ago. It worked with my Ipad Pro but did not work with my Iphone X (both using iOS 11.1.2). The ipad pro could transfer files from both the drive and the ipad. My Iphone X would recognize the drive and would read files from the drive but I'd get the same error everyone else was getting when I tried to transfer files from the phone to the drive. I had the following setup: App version 4.4.6. iXpand Drive SDK v107_223. Drive Firmware ver 184.108.40.206. File System exFat. The card type is 3.
Sandisk pushed an update to the App on Tuesday on the Apple App Store. After the update, I now have App version 4.5. iXpand Drive SDK v107_223. Drive firmware version 220.127.116.11. File system exFat. Card Type 3. After the update the drive works fine with my iPhone X (was able to transfer files from the iPhone X to the card and I can use it directly with the camera), Ipad Pro, and my PC.
Note, it still is card type 3. I do believe it is a firmware problem since it now works for me. Give the update a try before you send back your drives via RMA.
12-03-2017 09:50 AM
By any chance you know the difference between type 2 and 3 cards? Is type 3 supposed to be faster? If Sandisk has fixed it through software and firmware like creese mentinoned, then I'd love to get the type 3 card version instead for better performance.
For the record, the iXpand Updater provided by Sandisk isn't showing any new firmware version even though it seems like creese has a newer version 18.104.22.168.
12-03-2017 10:08 AM
That's great to know. I'm still trying to find out the difference between type 2 and 3 cards, but for some reason I still couldn't find any information on type 3 card.