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I installed iOS 5 beta 4 on my iPod touch, and it just expired yesterday.

I plan on downloading iOS 5 beta 7 to be able to test develop on my touch again, but I would like to know if it requires iTunes 10.5 beta 7 to restore it?

I currently have iTunes 10.5 beta 4 installed.

I ask because I have a bad ISP that runs on quota limits, and I do not want to download anything more than I have to.

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closed as too localized by Journeyman Geek, 8088, Nifle, slhck, Sathya Sep 1 '11 at 14:29

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I voted to close as too localized (your question isn't off topic per se). Maybe you can get into the iOS chat over on [Stack Overflow], they might know that. – slhck Sep 1 '11 at 10:24
fair enough, thanks for the advice :) – Karuna-bdc Sep 1 '11 at 10:46
well, for anyone who just might find it useful: You do not need the latest version of iTunes to restore the touch, but you do need the latest version of iTunes to sync it :( – Karuna-bdc Sep 2 '11 at 1:08

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