Fix Adobe photoshop quit unexpectedly mac m1

Fix Adobe photoshop quit unexpectedly mac m1 I installed new Photoshop 22.3 that supposed to be M1 compatibile. As I start Photoshop it displays a window where new features are displayed but as soon as I click at that windows beachball is spinning and photoshop does not respond. I also try to open psd file but as soon as the photoshop opens it stops responding and beachball spinning. Tryed reinstalling but without luck. The only way to start Photoshop is to open it using Roseta emulator on M1. : Hi all, We have recently released an update for Illustrator 2021 (v 25.3.1) which is compatible with Apple Silicon & contains multiple bug fixes. Please follow the steps shared here to update your app. For more information about this release, please check out this help article. Regards, Ashutosh

You could try to reinstall if you want, but you should just wait for a new Adobe Zii version that will patch Adobe CC apps on M1.You could try to reinstall if you want, but you should just wait for a new Adobe Zii version that will patch Adobe CC apps on M1.
You could try to reinstall if you want, but you should just wait for a new Adobe Zii version that will patch Adobe CC apps on M1.

The Creative Cloud desktop app can update your apps automatically as soon as new versions are released. You can also control auto-updates for individual apps. Previous versions are uninstalled by default but you can opt to keep them using the Advanced options.

For Adobe Acrobat and Acrobat Reader automatic updates, see Automatic updates | Acrobat, Reader.

  • Open the Creative Cloud desktop app. (Select the  icon in your Windows taskbar or the macOS menu bar.)

  • Select the Account icon in the upper right, and then select Preferences.

    Cloud icon and Preferences icon

     Does your screen look different? See instructions for the earlier version of Creative Cloud desktop app.

  • Select the Apps tab.

    Preferences

  •  Do one of the following:

    • All apps  To set automatic updates for all apps, turn on Auto-update.
    • Specific apps  To choose the auto-update setting for specific apps, turn on Auto-update, then set the toggle as needed for each individual app.
    Auto-update
    Turn on Auto-update (A) and then control updates for individual apps (B) if you prefer.

    Want to revert to default app settings or keep the previous version installed? See Advanced options for individual apps.

    Note:

    If you’ve received your Adobe plan from a school or organization and if you don’t see the above Auto-update option, your admin has disabled auto-updates in your school or organization.

    If you’re an admin in a school or organization, see how to manage auto-updates for your users.

  • When finished, select Done.

    Your apps are automatically updated as new versions become available.

Using a plug-in?

If you’ve installed third-party plug-ins, they may not work with the latest version of the apps. Contact your plug-in vendor for information about compatibility and updates.

Advanced options for individual apps

The Auto-update feature includes Advanced options that you can set individually for each app.

Set Advanced options if you don't want to retain your previous settings or want to keep the previous version installed.

Import previous settings and preferences

Retains the previous settings and preferences for the updated apps.

Remove older versions

Uninstalls the previous versions and saves your hard disk space.

Check for latest updates

If Auto-update is not enabled, you can retrieve the latest updates for your Creative Cloud apps without waiting for the Creative Cloud desktop app to notify you.

  • Open the Creative Cloud desktop app. (Select the  icon in the Windows taskbar or the macOS menu bar.)

  • Select Check for updates.

    Check for updates
    Check for updates

  • Select Update for the individual apps.

    Select update for individual apps

Update all your apps at once

If Auto-update is not enabled, you can manually update all your apps at once. When you update your apps, preferences and settings are migrated to the new version. The previous versions of the apps are uninstalled. If prompted, you can use the Advanced options to change these default settings.

  • Save your work and close all Adobe apps before you begin. If Adobe apps are open, you may receive a warning to close them. For more help, see Close conflicting processes or applications.

    Using a plug-in?

    If you’ve installed third-party plug-ins, they may not work with the latest version of the apps. Contact your plug-in vendor for information about compatibility and updates.

  • Open the Creative Cloud desktop app. (Select the  icon in the Windows taskbar or the macOS menu bar.)

  • In the left pane of the Apps tab, select Updates.

    Select updates

     Does your screen look different? See instructions for the earlier version of Creative Cloud desktop app.

    Note:

    Do not use the Update All option if you want to retain the older version of one of these apps. When you’re ready to update them (for example, when you’ve completed a current project), select the Update button next to these apps.

  • Select Update all.

    Update all apps

Thank you for the response. It makes sense, however something is strange. I checked and my photoshop runs on Apple Silicon. However my illustrator doesn’t. But the article you sent doesn’t make sense on my computer because I don’t see what is being explained.
Attached screenshots of the info on my photoshop and illustrator. My photoshop is compatible with M1, and yet I have the option to use it with Rosetta. How does that make sense?
Additonally, my illustrator is Intel, and yet I DON’T have the “open with Rosetta” ticker option. I am very confused. What should I do? Please let me know what I should do to optimize the use of both apps without having issues. I use both apps everyday for work, constatnly.

PS: reminder of my setup: macbook 13″ M1 chip, MacOS Big Sur 11.2.3, 16GB of ram

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Thank you

Update fix adobe illustrator quit unexpectedly mac m1

I’m having the exact same problem on an M1 MacBook Air. I have no idea why this is such an issue. Basically every other non-native app I’ve used so far performs flawlessly, but Illustrator is an absolute mess, with tons of crashing even on absolutely tiny documents and a failure to correctly render tons of artwork in GPU mode. CPU mode, meanwhile, is extremely sluggish. I have no idea why the app crashes so badly that I have to force-restart my computer. It’s happened almost 10 times today and I can’t stand it anymore. How is anyone supposed to wait until mid-2021 for this? Why isn’t there already a beta up for a native version?

We have recently released an update for Illustrator 2021 (v 25.3.1) which is compatible with Apple Silicon & contains multiple bug fixes. Please follow the steps shared here to update your app.

 

For more information about this release, please check out this help article.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh