How to downgrade iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.2

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iOS 10 beta 1 has just been released  for registered developers and comes packed with bug fixes and performance enhancements. You took an opportunity to experience the first pre-release seed of iOS 10, but you realized the version caused some issues on your device, then you want to downgrade back to older stable firmware.


Apple is still digitally signing iOS 9.3.2, therefore, in this article; we will instruct you how to downgrade iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.2.

Step 1: First, make sure that you have upgraded to the latest version of iTunes on your Mac or Windows PC.

Step 2: Download iOS 9.3.2 firmware that has been launched by Apple for your specific iPhone, iPad or iPod touch model.

Link download .IPSW file:

Step 3: Make sure to turn off the Find My iPhone feature on the device. Navigate to Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone, and move the toggle to the Off position.


Step 4: Connect the iOS device to your Mac or PC via the USB lightning cable then open iTunes.

Step 5: Put your device into DFU mode. To do this, hold down both Power and Home buttons on the device for 10 seconds. Release the Power button but continue holding the Home button until the device enters DFU mode. iTunes will provide an alert informing you that it has discovered a device in Recovery Mode.


Step 6: In the iTunes interface, hold the Option key on the Mac, or the Shift key on a Windows, then press the “Restore iPhone” button.


Step 7: When prompted, choose the folder that contains the iOS 9.3.2 firmware you downloaded above step 2. iTunes will then go through the process of installing a fresh version of iOS 9.3.2 to your device.

Step 8: Do not unplug the device from the computer until iTunes has successfully confirmed the restore and the device has rebooted into the welcome screen

The device has successfully been restored, you can restore your backup, but only backup made on iOS 9.3.2 will work on it. Backups made on iOS 10 will not be restorable on iOS 9.3.2.

Users expect Apple will release the final build of iOS 10 to the public in the autumn this year.

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