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jahblade said:My DRM tool stop working, when I upgraded to macOS High Sierra. I tried downgrading iTunes "not permitted". Developer response "The High Sierra OS is a big challenge to the entire DRM removal industry, Apple release this operating system to prevent all the third party software to remove DRM from iTunes. We will try our best to find a good solution as soon as possible." I wonder if this can be a solution?
p.s. Btw, what's the big reason to switch right away to High Sierra.
jahblade said:Soli said:teejay2012 said:
You can install this version of iTunes 12.6.3 but not over previously installed version 12.7 directly. You will be asked to 'download' the new version once installed.
I had to downgrade from 12.7 to 12.6 and then install 12.6.3. You can not use Time Machine to go back. While instructions on how to 'downgrade iTunes' are straightforward, it requires Terminal and sudo commands to delete the iTunes app, then replacing the iTunes Library.itl file from a previous version .. then installing 12.6.3 - easy but not something most will likely feel comfortable doing. I have quite a few older iPads around our household so having app management in iTunes remains useful for me.
sudo rm -rf iTunes.app/
p.s. I liked the bloated mess. Seriously.