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Legacy Versions for OSX



Today I have been auto-updated to a version of LogMeIn Pro that now renders the application unusable. On reading the minimum system requirements it states OSX 10.12. I am maxed out on this machine at 10.11, so there is the reason.


Is there any way of taking a backwards step to a legacy version?


I would have liked to ask this via the trouble ticket process but that appears to be broken.


Any pointers are gratefully received.


Many Thanks





New Contributor

Re: Legacy Versions for OSX

Same problem here.

Please help.

New Contributor

Re: Legacy Versions for OSX

Same issue for me.

Logmein Client Version: 4.1.7343 ( keeps crashing (SIG ABORT)
because of my Mac being at 10.11.6 ...
Can't use it anymore ... Smiley Sad


Crashed Thread: 0 TLMIApplicationMain Dispatch queue:

Exception Type: EXC_CRASH (SIGABRT)
Exception Codes: 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000

Application Specific Information:
abort() called
application requires at least OS X version 10.12.0 (10.12), but is being run on 10.11.6 ( 10.11.6/15G22010), and so is exiting

New Contributor

Re: Legacy Versions for OSX

SAME! Please share the last version so we can downgrade.

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LogMeIn Contributor

Re: Legacy Versions for OSX

I apologize for the frustrations.  While it is possible to keep an older Mac system such as 10.11 available as a Host computer, the LogMeIn desktop application has no way to revert back to an older version.