What happened to iphone configuration utility?

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tech-msg

Joined: Jan 22, 2015
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Links are gone to IPCU and I can't find them on Apple's site or developer site. I see references to it still in some Apple documentation but no where to find the downloads. Did I miss a big announcement?

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JMPATLANTA

Joined: Jun 13, 2012

IPCU is dead as of iOS 8

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As of iOS 8 IPCU can no longer communicate with Devices. Apple ceased development on the product. You must use a Mac with Xcode to view console logs and other methods. It was very unfortunate to see it go as the distributed nature of PC's over Mac's allowed many large organizations to grab device console logs much easier with IPCU if they didn't have a distributed Mac/OS X environment. Now that process is no more.

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Deric Bolland

Joined: Jan 22, 2015
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Console Logs

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You can use http://lemonjar.com/iosconsole/ for viewing iOS console logs without the need to install/use xcode.

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tech-msg

Joined: Apr 23, 2014

Thank you- I assumed IOS 8

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Thank you- I assumed IOS 8 had something to do with it. I have IPCU on my mac at work so I'm good but was trying to help a colleague at another school and referred him to using IPCU. I'll send him the lemonjar link. Thanks- much appreciated!

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mjsanders

Joined: Jun 7, 2011

create profiles in Apple Configurator

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iCPU is no longer supported by Apple (since a long time)
The functionality of creating a profile (most settings like access to wifi , vpn etc) can be done in Apple Configurator.

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vjkumran

Joined: Feb 4, 2015

How to use this console? is

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How to use this console?
is it app?
Which i need install on my Mac?

Please help me out.

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Deric Bolland

Joined: Jan 22, 2015
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iOS Console

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The iOS Console App can be downloaded from: http://lemonjar.com/iosconsole/.

Once downloaded, add it to your Applications folder on your Mac.

Launch the iOS Console Application and connect an iOS Device.

On the iOS device, you will have to Trust the Computer (if it has not already been trusted before).

Once Trusted, you may have to reconnect the iOS device to the computer and the logs should start to appear in the iOS Console app.

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