Yes, that's exactly the file I need
MyZeo.app/Payload/Default-Landscape.png, and the correct file size, I think! If you'd be so kind as to email it to
zeostuff (at) eosync.com, I'll try it out. Mine is about half that size, because the
.ipa file (which, as you know, is just a zip file) was partly corrupt, so it failed to unzip that particular file completely. I couldn't get my corrupt version to install itself on the phone, because it chokes on the validation, so capturing data wasn't possible.
(The tool I used,
codesign, I'm pretty sure is part of Apple's XCode development environment, only available on the Mac, although there might be equivalents on other platforms. I've done the odd iOS programming in the past -- technically, I believe any current iOS developer could re-sign the app, even changing files, and personally install it, but I let my developer account expire.)
I'm not certain, but I think the Zeo.app should work, at least on the iPhone, as I previously had it running successfully on iOS 7 developer preview, and it worked fine. I hadn't tried it on my iPad -- although in Googling, I've seen others complain it crashed on the iPad under iOS7, as you experienced, so I'm hoping the issues are restricted to the iPad.
I'll happily host the working
Zeo.ipa, in case its useful to others, though, I don't think it'll work for anyone that hadn't already had a version of it installed in the past.
Thanks so much to you, and the others that responded!
Thanks! The file worked. I'm back in business.
Here's a copy of Zeo 1.9.2.ipa for anyone similarly afflicted.
UPDATE Oct 13:
Oops. It turns out my iTunes account is associated with that IPA, so it's largely useless to anyone else, unless, like me, they just need to mine its contents. I've removed the link until I sort out an alternative.
Hmm. Out of curiosity, what version of the Zeo do you, or most people have? The mobile Bluetooth version? And if so, Android or iOS? (I see the Android app is still in the Google Play store.) I haven't researched this at all, but If Zeo used a simple bluetooth serial profile, it might not be too difficult to write a desktop app to download a night's data in a format that can be visualized, or imported elsewhere.
I'm not sure what sort of Zeo audience is left, these days, or their collective interest.