2017 iOS Jailbreak Update: How To Downgrade iOS 11 Beta To iOS 10.3.2 / 10.3.3
f you can no longer bear with the annoying bugs of the latest iOS version you can now easily downgrade iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.2 on your iPhone and iPad. Here's how you can do it.
iOS 11 Beta Problems On iPhone and iPad
Many fans really like some of the new features that Apple introduced on stage today. However, since this is the very first beta of iOS 11, it might not work as expected.
According to Cydia Geeks, iOS may slow down a bit or a lot as applications can crash here and there, and more. For instance, every time users open the Messages app, it would take more than 6 seconds to display everything.
How To Downgrade iOS 11 Beta To iOS 10.3.2 / 10.3.3
Fans can immediately downgrade to iOS 10.3.x using iTunes. However, it's important to note that once you go back to iOS 10.3.x from the iOS 11 beta the users won't be able to restore any iCloud or iTunes backup to that device which was made using the device with the iOS 11 beta on, as reported by Redmound Pie.
Step 1: First of all the users are going to need to make sure that they are sitting on the latest version of iTunes on their Mac or Windows PC. If not, download and install it with immediate effect.
Step 2: The users will also need to have the relevant IPSW file for the device that they own. The users can download the right iOS 10.3.2 IPSW file for their specific device from this link.
Step 3: On the device, the users will now need to turn off the Find My iPhone feature. Navigate to Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone. Toggle the Find My iPhone switch to the Off position and authenticate with the iCloud password when prompted.
Step 4: Use the provided USB cable to connect the user's device to the computer and ensure that iTunes launches. The users are now going to need to put the connected device into DFU or Recovery mode.
For Non-iPhone 7 users, they should hold down the Power and Home button for 10 seconds, then release the Power button but ensure that Home button is still pressed. The device will jump into DFU mode and iTunes will provide an alert saying that it has detected a device in Recovery Mode.
Step 5: Now, in iTunes, press and hold the Option key (Mac), or SHIFT key (Windows), and select the Restore iPhon option in the main device window. Select the iOS 10.3.x IPSW file from the user's computer that they want to downgrade to.
Step 6: iTunes will instantly go about its business and restore the iOS 10.3.x firmware file to the device.
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