Many users of the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has already managed to install and check the latest iOS 10, beta. Recently we have just given a step by step tutorial to Install iOS 10 without a developer account.
However, not everyone was pleased with the first beta build of iOS due to the rapid discharge of the battery and bugs, the software crashes and noticeable slowdown of the device.
Users who have installed iOS beta 10, and want to downgrade your iPhone back to iOS 9. Here is a step by step tutorial to rollback to final version of iOS 9.3.2, for which Apple issues digital certificates to sign in.
- iPhone or iPad on iOS beta 10.
- The latest version of iTunes.
- Official firmware file iOS 9.3.2 for iPhone and iPad.
How to downgrade from iOS beta to iOS 10 9:
Step 1: Install the latest version of iTunes to download IPSW file iOS 9.3.2 on which you want the device.
Step 2: Make a backup of data on your smartphone or tablet using iTunes or iCloud.
Step 3: Disable the “Find my iPhone” on the device in Settings –> iCloud.
Step 4: Run iTunes, connect your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad on iOS 10 to your computer.
Step 5: Select the mobile device in iTunes.
Step 6: Put your device into DFU mode. For this you need to do the following: hold down the lock button for 3 seconds; without releasing the lock button, press the Home button for 10 seconds; holding the Home button, release the lock button. Continue to hold the button 30 seconds.
Step 7: iTunes will show the message “iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore iPhone before using iTunes”. Click OK, and then hold the keyboard Shift (or Alt on Mac OS X), click the Restore button.
Step 8: In the opened window, specify the IPSW file of iOS 9.3.2.
Step 9: Now wait for the completion of the procedure, recovery can take from 10 to 15 minutes. Because iOS 10 is in beta status, digital signature, fallback is not required.
Congratulations! You have successfully retreated with iOS beta iOS 10 9.