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Older iPad/Tamagotchi ON! Connection Issues.

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Helloo!! Sorry if this has been discussed, I was having a hard time finding a topic that was specific to what I was seeing.

I have an iPad Air running iOS 12.4.1, I've made sure the software is up to date. I have the Tamagotchi ON (Magical. Its purple) and I am able to connect to the App just fine, but whenever I try to take my items in the Present Box home, the connection fails every time.

I replaced the batteries in my ON last week, maybe 4-5 days ago. Has anyone run into this issue before?

Thank you to all who may be able to help. ❤️ :)

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I have a meets, but also use the ON app. I always have to try a few times and move my tama around to establish a connection, and have noticed that it is harder to do so while transferring items vs. connecting to the app.  It eventually worked after a couple of tries.

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