updateProperties for UserObject resets user-token

I’m trying update user property after login.
But this resets user-token and require user to login next time application starts(ignoring setStayLoggedIn(true)

 let backendless = Backendless.sharedInstance()
 let curr = backendless.userService.currentUser 
 var fault:Fault?
 let token = backendless.userService.isValidUserTokenError(&fault)
 if fault != nil {
 print("token check error: \(fault?.detail)")
 if token.boolValue == false || curr == nil {
 print("Logging in!")
 var loginErr: Fault?
 let loggedUser = backendless.userService.login("user@gmail.com", password: "pass", error: &loginErr)
 if loginErr != nil {
 print("failed login \(loginErr!.detail)")
 } else {
 print("LOGIN OK \(loggedUser.email) \(loggedUser.getUserToken())")
 let properties = [
 "deviceId" : "testID"
 Backendless.sharedInstance().userService.update(loggedUser, response: { (resU) in
 print("[updateDeviceId] OK \(resU.getProperty("deviceId"))")
 print("[updateDeviceId] OK curr:\(resU.getUserToken())")
 }) { (fault) in
 print("[updateDeviceId] Error on save \(fault.detail)")
 } else {
 print("Token OK")

Hello Denis,
That`s a known issue, it will be fixed soon

This issue is fixed, you should update the latest Backendless SDK from CocoaPods (3.0.25 release) or from ios-SDK github (CommLibiOS and backendless).

Updated IOS SDK to 3.0.25 via cocoapods.

Problem still exists.

This issue is fixed: now StayLoggedIn mode works too. Please update the latest Backendless SDK via CocoaPods (3.0.26 release).

Thanks. with 3.0.26 release it’s working!