How to downgrade iOS beta 10 to iOS 9.3.3

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iOS 10 Beta is latest  version of Apple for iOS devices that was introduced not long ago. Although iOS 10 beta brings many new features, like any public beta it still remains some errors making users uncomfortable.


You have updated to iOS Beta 10, but there are many bugs and you want to downgrade to iOS 9 to wait for the official iOS 10 version. Here are some simple steps to help you downgrade from iOS 10 Beta to iOS 9 on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

  1. Prepare for downgrading

The downgrade from iOS 10 Beta to iOS 9 will erase all data on your device, so make sure that you have a backup via iCloud or iTunes. In the past, you will not be able to restore a backup on a new iOS beta version on the device running an older beta version.


The next thing is to ensure there is enough time for this process to be able to handle incident. The process will take from 10 to 30 minutes and then you will need to restore from iCloud or a backup from iTunes.

  1. Steps to downgrade to iOS iOS 10 Beta 9

The process of downgrade from iOS 10 Beta to iOS 9 will be the iOS 9.3.3 version, as this is the latest update of the current iOS version. This process erases your iPhone/ iPad and while restoring you cannot use the device for calls or any other features.

  • To get started, you need download firmware iOS 9.3.3. Links download:
  • iPod touch (6th-generation)
  • Then download and install the latest iTunes version for your Mac/ Windows: here
  • Connect your iOS device to the computer via the USB lightning cable, and then launch iTunes.
  • Press and hold down the Power button and the Home button for 10 seconds. After 10 seconds, release the Power button, but still holding the Home button. This will put your iPhone/iPad into DFU Mode, which allows iTunes to restore the iOS 9.3.3 version.


  • When iTunes displays a pop-up with a messages shows up “iTunes has detected an iPhone in Recovery mode”, your device is now ready to downgrade to iOS 9.3.3. The symbol of Recovery mode will also appear on the iPhone and on your computer; you can release the Home button, but do not disconnect your iPhone from your computer.


  • Then, hold the Option key on the Mac, or the Shift key on Windows, then click on “Restore iPhone” button to starting downgrading.


  • Choose the folder that contains the iOS 9.3.3 firmware. iTunes will start installing a fresh version of iOS 9.3.3 to your device.
  • Once downgraded, unplug the cable and press the Power button to boot your device.
  • Your device now runs the iOS 9.3.3, choose a backup from iCloud or iTunes to restore your data.

Above are some simple steps to downgrade from iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.3. If you find any useful information, share your comments with us below.

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