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Iconvert is not present in settings as you mentioned. scanner is being used with ipad 2. Worked in past. Recently tried using it after approx 7 mos and several ios system upgrades.

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1 On iPad goto Settings ->Privacy->Photos 2 Turn on iConvert Scan

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IMPORTANT


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