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Discussion in 'iOS 12' started by Ev0d3vil, Apr 21, 2019.
As per title. Just updated one app and the new update totally broke things.
Except maybe asking developer to release a new version that is essentially the last version or do something else, the only way for user to revert to previous version is saving ipa file of that app every time locally before updating. So that you will have the ipa file to install a previous version of the app.
Given that iTunes 12.7 takes app management feature away, I highly doubt if there are many people still bothering downloading a local copy of their apps.
I guess you're on IOS 12, then there is no option...maybe jailbreak.
There was option on IOS 11 and iTunes up to 12.6 but now IOS 12 is probably not compatible with that version of iTunes. With this method I've download older version of app, and than sync with iTunes...on IOS 11.4.
I am using IOS 12.3 and iTunes 22.214.171.124 and manage my apps from my iMac. I had the same situation with an app, so went back using Time Machine to get the previous version of the app which I then replaced the new version with.
This is where I got it from:-