iOS 11 has lots of exciting features especially these features are suitable for iPad. Apple released the new Beta developer. Many of the users start downloading the beta first version. The first version of beta come with bugs and other issues. Many users are suffering from this problem. Now we will show you how to go back to iOS 10.3.2.
Downgrade from iOS 11 Beta to iOS 10
Before downgrading you will need an archived backup up of your device. For downgrading, you required to put your device into recovery mode and connecting to iTunes on a Mac or PC.
Steps to Entering Recovery Mode on iPhone and iPad
Step 1: First switch off your iPhone or iPad by holding down the power button.
Step 2: Plug your Lightning cable into your computer.
Step 3: Press and hold down the home button. If you have iPhone 7 then press and hold down the volume down button instead of the home button.
Step 4: Connect the Lightning cable to your iPhone or iPad.
Step 5: Continue press and holding down the Home button or Volume Down button until you see a Connect to iTunes screen on your device.
Step 6: iTunes opens automatically. It will detect your device is in Recovery Mode and give you on-screen prompts.
Step 7: Click Restore on the iTunes popup and then click on Restore and Update to confirm.
Step 8: Click Next, then click Agree to accept the Terms and Conditions.
Step 9: iTunes will start automatically downloading iOS 10.3.2.
Steps to Restoring Your Archive
Archiving a backup before installing a beta version of iOS is very important.
Step 1: After iTunes finishes downloading iOS.
Step 2: On the iTunes device page you will see a Backups section.
Step 3: Click on Restore Backup, and choose the archived backup which you have already made.
Step 4: Now, your iPhone or iPad will be restored to its pre-beta state.
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