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How To: Downgrade IOS 8 Beta To IOS 7.1.2

iFixScreens Is Going To Show You The Step By Step Instructions To Downgrade iOS 8 Beta To iOS 7.1.2.

As always, iFixScreens insists that you backup your iDevice before attempting to downgrade from iOS 8 Beta to iOS 7.1.2. Better be safe then sorry!

Step 1: Downgrade iOS 8 Beta to iOS 7.1.2.

Download the latest iOS firmware 7.1.2.

Step 2: Downgrade iOS 8 Beta to iOS 7.1.2.

Launch iTunes.

Step 3: Downgrade iOS 8 Beta to iOS 7.1.2.

Place your iDevice in DFU mode by,

1). Press and hold the home button and the Wake/Sleep button at the same time.

2). After 10 seconds take your finger off the Wake/Sleep button and remain pressing on the home button until iTunes notifys you with a pop up message that it detects an iDevice in recovery mode.

The iDevice screen will remain black, if you need further assistance, You will find here a full tutorial on how to put your iDevice in DFU mode.

Step 4: Downgrade iOS 8 Beta to iOS 7.1.2.

Hold down the Shift key (ALT/Options for MAC) and press on Restore iPhone in iTunes.

Step 5: Downgrade iOS 8 Beta to iOS 7.1.2.

Next open the software that was recently downloaded, iOS 7.1.2. You will be prompt to confirm the restore, press the restore.

Your iDevice will now go through the restore process and in about 10 minutes it should be done and you will now have iOS 7.1.2 firmware installed on your iDevice!

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Ravi is the head of Content Strategy at iFixScreens Corporate. With over a decade of experience writing technical content for his readers, Ravi has helped thousands of readers with helpful content, tips, and tricks. He mainly writes content related to gadget repairs, such as iPhones, Smartphones, tablets, and laptops.

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