Configurator 1.7.2 Requires iOS Update.

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JRHutson

Joined: Jun 10, 2015
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After updating to Yosemite and the latest version of Configurator, I discovered that it is no longer an option to restore a device from backup without erasing it and updating to the latest available iOS. This could become an issue for us when iOS 9 is the latest available version but it has not been approved for use in our organization. Is anyone aware of a work-around for this without resorting to individual restores through iTunes?

We typically use backups to set restrictions in the settings menu, background image, group extra apps into a hidden folder, etc... So, it would add a good amount of time to each device configuration if we had to do these things manually.

Any help would be appreciated.

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