Hi.

Welcome to the Essential Apple website. We hope you enjoy your stay and please feel to contact us if you so desire.

Fix For Update Seed 10.10.4 (14E26a) “Show Details Loop” after clicking restart.

Fix For Update Seed 10.10.4 (14E26a) “Show Details Loop” after clicking restart.

1432809326_featured.png

Having problems installing the latest seed from Apple for Yosemite 10.10.4 (14E26a). If like me you were stuck in an infiniate loop of it saying “Details have changed” whenver you press restart there is a fix.

So far it looks like this issue is limited to the UK only.

Fix 1. Download Packagages Manually.

You can download the files manually from the internet directly from Apple’s CDN

http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/19/37/031-24173/1icn9z484gkrios866gc8rpnilk4kmj14y/OSXUpd10.10.4PublicSeed.pkg

If you install it this way, you won’t get the firmware update that is supposed to come with it. To get that, replace the filename OSXUpd10.10.4PublicSeed.pkg with FirmwareUpdate.pkg i.e., the firmware update is http://swcdn.apple.com/content/downloads/19/37/031-24173/1icn9z484gkrios866gc8rpnilk4kmj14y/FirmwareUpdate.pkg The directory is the same. (source)

Fix 2. Change your DNS settings.

One thing I had noticed was the download was only partially completing before it would prompt for a restart. Head Over to system preferences and change your DNS (make a note of existing settings first of course)

Open up System Preferences

System Preferences.png

 


Click Network

Yosemite Network Settings

 


Click your active network connection

Click advanced
Click DNS tab
Click the Plus at the Bottom and enter 8.8.8.8 (Googles DNS)

Yosemite Network DNS Change


Click OK
Click Apply and close down system preferences panes.

Go back into app updates adn viola the Update Seed 10.10.4 (14E26a) for Yosemite will start installing.

BugShot Becomes Pinpoint.  Nicely Mark Up iOS ScreenShots

BugShot Becomes Pinpoint. Nicely Mark Up iOS ScreenShots

Old iMessage Bug Causes iPhone To Crash With A Single Message

Old iMessage Bug Causes iPhone To Crash With A Single Message