Everyone on i OS 10.2.1 or i OS 10.3 beta who wants to jailbreak, now or in the future. 1) Ensure you have backed up your device to i Tunes and/or i Cloud before beginning.
I backup to i Tunes with ‘Encrypt Backup’ selected, to make sure I have a hard copy on my computer which also contains all my app passwords and email account details.
You can then add or remove custom versions of i OS software, such as developer previews.
Any IPSW files that you add in this way will appear in the i OS pop-up menu in Apple Configurator.
Apple will be rolling out its highly-anticipated i OS 9 public release on 16 September across various parts of the globe.
Discerning users will be curious to download and install the update on their i Phone, i Pad and i Pod Touch through any means possible.
The first option is to use i Tunes to restore an i Phone in recovery mode.
I know that it is possible to install lower versions of IOS to jailbroken devices over various tools by creating custom firmware.
If moving from i OS 10.2.1 to i OS 10.2, you will not be able to restore a 10.2.1 backup to your device on 10.2, so make sure you save anything you want now.
A wide range of issues could possibly cause an i Phone to go into recovery mode.
The most common issues that could cause this have to do with the Operating System (OS) itself.
At that point, it’s effectively become an expensive brick!
It’s an incredibly frustrating situation to be in, especially since you may lose all the data on your device if you haven’t backed it up in a while.