Your answer may be correct, but the solution to backgrade to previous versions in order to get something to work correctly is ludicrous.
If their latest updates do not accomodate and resolve previous faulty issues, then what good is it?
It's absolute BS and laziness on their part!
This entire industry seems to be working that way. Sell a product first without testing it, then let users find and report issues that developers were too lame and lazy to notice in the first place! FREE BETA TESTING FOR THOSE LAMER DEVELOPERS AND COMPANIES! It's all market share.... not customer satisfaction!
If they can't do it right the first time, then they should not release it and sell it as a PRODUCT! It's not a legitimate product if it has obivious, inherent flaws which should never be there! It's THEIR responsibility to evalutate and FIX THE DAMNED THING BEFORE it's released. They only want free labor from unpaid beta testers. Crock of nonsense, to me.
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