Saturday, April 18, 2015

How To Do Downgrade From iOS 8.3 to iOS 8.2 On iPhone, iPad and iPod - Tutorial

Apple released iOS 8.3 for over a week, which brings many news for users of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. These include over 300 emoji characters, a new insertion thereof, an improved two-step authentication through Google services, new language for Siri, a voice for the best virtual assistant, a dedicated button to switch between networks data 2G, 3G and 4G LTE support for wireless connectivity CarPlay system, support for Apple PAY in China and many more, we spoke at length right here.

At the same time, even if iOS 8.3 brings many news valued for users of iPhones, iPad and iPod touch, we found that many of them have started to update, reported on the official forums Apple diverse issues such Wi-Fi connectivity as pausing suddenly, incorrect display of available space in iCloud or incorrect display of photos in the photos application.

Well, if you are among those who have made the upgrade to iOS 8.3 and you are not satisfied or experience any of the above problems, whatever iDevice you use it, you know that you can still go back to iOS 8.2, the following tutorial below.

How do downgrade from iOS 8.3 to iOS 8.2

1. Make a full backup iPhone, iPad or iPod touch that you own or using iTunes or iCloud. Note that this backup can not be restored after you install iOS 8.2. Any backup made with a version of iOS is not compatible with earlier versions of the operating system.

2. Download iOS 8.2 .ipsw file for your device iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch from Download section;

3. Open the iTunes program on your Mac or PC;

4. Connect the Device to your computer using the USB data cable;

5. On the main page of your site iDevice, hold down the SHIFT key (Windows) or Option (Mac) and click Restore / Restore [iDevice];

6. Select the .ipsw file downloaded in step 2;

7. Wait for iTunes to install iOS 8.2 on your device iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. The operation will take several minutes, during which time your iDevice will reboot several times. Once the restore process has completed successfully, you can still use your iDevice with iOS 8.2 again.

You should know that the opportunity to downgrade from iOS 8.3 to iOS 8.2 will not be permitted forever, Apple will most likely these days to not provide support for it, so you have to hurry if want to install this version of the operating system. If you do not do it quickly, you will remain with iOS 8.3, in the hope that all the problems you encounter will be resolved in iOS 8.4.