iOS 15 is here, and many people are excited to try all the new features. However, sometimes a new version of iOS can cause unexpected problems or just doesn’t fit your needs. If you’re one of those people who want to downgrade from iOS 15 back to an older version of iOS, this guide will provide you with the steps necessary to do so. Learn How to Downgrade From Ios 15?
How to Downgrade From Ios 15?
Back Up Your Device
Before you start downgrading, it’s important that you back up your device. You can do this by connecting your device to a computer and using iTunes or Finder (on Mac) or iCloud (on Windows). To back up via iTunes or Finder, open the app and connect your device. Select “Back Up Now” and wait for the process to complete. To back up via iCloud, open the Settings app on your device and select “iCloud > Backup > Back Up Now” and wait for it to finish. Make sure that all your data is backed up before proceeding with downgrading.
Download Older Version of iOS
Now that you have backed up your device, it’s time to download an older version of iOS. This can be done through iTunes or Finder (for Mac) as well as 3uTools (for Windows). For this guide, we will be using 3uTools since it is much easier than iTunes/Finder for Windows users. First, download 3uTools from their website here https://www.3utools.com/. Once downloaded and installed on your computer, launch 3uTools and connect your device via USB cable. Then go to “Flash & JB > Easy Flash” in the top menu bar. On the next page select “Select IPSW Manually” at the bottom left corner then select which version of iOS you would like to downgrade to from the list provided (you must make sure that it is compatible with your device). Then click “Flash” at the bottom right corner and wait for it to complete (this may take a few minutes). After it is finished, restart your device and enjoy!
Restore Your Data
Once you have successfully downgraded from iOS 15 back to an older version of iOS, you can now restore all of your data form when you backed up earlier in step 1. To do this simply connect your device again via USB cable then open either iTunes/Finder (for Mac) or 3uTools (for Windows), select “Restore Backup” from the top menu bar then follow the onscreen instructions until finished—it should only take a few minutes for everything to be restored correctly!
Downgrading from an updated version of iOS such as 15 can be challenging if you don’t know what steps need taken in order for everything run smoothly without any issues; luckily this guide has given you all the necessary steps needed so now there’s no reason why downgrading has become a breeze! All that’s left now is restoring all of our data quickly yet securely so make sure that everything has been backed up properly before beginning any sort of downgrade process! Thanks for reading!