How To Roll Back From Ios 11 Beta To Ios 10
Yesterday, at WWDC 2017, Apple announced a new version of the iOS 11 beta 1, Beta 2, Public Beta and Beta 3 / beta 4 / beta 5 / beta 6 / Beta 7 operating system. Registered developers immediately got access to the first beta mobile firmware devices, participants in public testing will be able to try the new product until the end of the month, and the final release of iOS 11 is scheduled for autumn 2017.
But the beta. the trial version, while it is unstable, has errors and other problems when updating or after updating. Read more about which in a separate article Top 10 problems with iOS 11 and how to fix them. Therefore, many iPhone and iPad users are already showing a desire to roll back from iOS 11 to iOS 10. And now we’ll show you how to do it.
How to roll back from iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.2 / iOS 10.3.3 without losing a backup
Tenorshare ReiBoot software can help you downgrade from iOS 11 to iOS 10.3.2 for free, fast and easy. Not only this, if you encounter a freeze, or other minor problems, this program can solve and fix, you just need to enter recovery mode and exit recovery mode, this method will help you solve most errors. If you really do not like iOS 11 beta 1, the following steps are instructed.
- First, you need to download and run Tenorshare ReiBoot, connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer. After your device is recognized, click "Solve all iOS freezes." And then click "Fix the operating system."
Click "Next" and now the program begins to download the iOS 10.3.2 firmware package. After downloading, the computer already has a firmware package, and then click "Start Restore". Recovery is in progress and you downgrade to iOS 10.3.2.
If you downgrade to iOS 10.3.2 using iCloud or iTunes, this method is complicated and can lead to a loss of backup, and you will not be able to use the backup made with iOS 11 to restore data through the iCloud service or the iTunes application. You can only recover data from a backup of iOS 10.3.2. If there is no backup copy of this version, then you will have to manually save all your photos and other necessary information before doing a downgrade. Don’t worry, article 3 of how to back up iPhone, iPad and iPod before updating iOS 11 will show you how to back up.
How to downgrade firmware from iOS 11 Beta 1 / Beta 2 / Beta 3 / Beta 4 / Beta 5 / Beta 6 / Beta 7 to iOS 10.3.2 using iCloud or iTunes
Step 1: First of all, you need to download the firmware file version of iOS 10.3.2. Make sure you download the correct firmware file that matches the model of your device. Download links for all supported versions of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch are provided below:
- IOS 10.3.2 firmware file for iPhone
- IOS 10.3.2 firmware file for iPad
- IOS 10.3.2 firmware file for iPod touch
Note: if you download the firmware file through the Safari browser, make sure that the automatic archive unpacking function is disabled.
Step 2: On the device, you must disable the Find iPhone feature. To do this, go to Settings > iCloud > Find an iPhone.
Step 3: Now you need to put the device into DFU mode. If you own an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, then check out this guide. For previous generations of iPhone, iPad, or iPod, follow these steps:
- Connect the device to the computer, turn off the device. Now press and hold the “Power” button for 3 seconds;
- Then hold down the Home button without releasing the Power button for 10 seconds;
- Release the "Power" button, but continue to hold the "Home" button until the iTunes application displays a notification that the device is detected in recovery mode; In the appeared click on the “Yes” button.
Step 4: Press and hold the Alt / Option key on a Mac computer or the Shift key on a Windows computer, and then select Restore iPhone (iPad / iPod touch). In the window that appears, specify the path to the previously downloaded iOS 10.3.2 IPSW firmware file.
Step 6: Then select Restore and Update and follow the on-screen instructions. and iTunes will check the firmware file and install it on the device. The process will take about 10 minutes.
Step 7: After completing the rollback process from iOS 11 Beta 1 / Beta 2 / Beta 3 to iOS 10.3.2, “Hello” appears on the device’s display. After completing the system setup process, you can restore data on the device from a backup of iOS 10.3.2 or configure the system as a new device.
Thus, if the battery charge display disappears after a reboot, the bluetooth from the curtain does not turn on / off or the phone becomes hot after an update, etc., the ability to solve and fix them using Tenorshare ReiBoot.