Friday, June 12, 2015

How to install iOS 9 without UDID registration

As in previous years, and this year you can install the latest beta of iOS without having to own developer account and have UDID registered of your device in development program. Read more after the jump.

 This procedure is used for a long time people who want to try the latest version of iOS immediately and at no cost, only that the procedure brings with it several problems. As a bonus, owners of older iOS devices must warn that the first beta is not as well optimized for the iPhone 5c and older devices and can be met here with chopping, overheating and rapid discharge of the battery.

However, if they nevertheless want to try now and do not plan to wait for iOS Public Beta program, which will begin next month and Apple through it will provide better tuned beta version of the software. At present, however, only available the first beta of iOS 9.0, which you can install on your iPhone methods listed below. In advance but we should note that the beta software you install on your own responsibility and editorial LSA does not take responsibility for damages.

  1. Install the latest version of iTunes via Apple Software Update.
  2. Download the IPSW file for your model iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
  3. Connect your iPhone to your computer using the USB cable and turn on iTunes if it does not turn on automatically
  4. Do not rely on iCloud! Back up your iOS device to your computer - because once you install iOS 9.0 on your device, your closest backup will automatically require iOS 9 and already you will not be able to install it on your device if you choose to downgrade to a lower version of iOS.
  5. Once the backup is complete, hold down the Option (Alt) on Mac or Shift on Windows and press the Check for Update. Locate the downloaded IPSW file and open it. Thus begin installing iOS 9 on your device. 

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