Many ios users may ask how to downgrade iPhone in iOS 10 Beta to iOS 9.3, how to remove the iOS 10 public beta from your iPhone or iPad and go back to iOS 9: Delete iOS 10 and reinstall iOS 9. Plus: how to downgrade from iOS 10 beta to an earlier version of iOS 9,like iOS 9.0.2, iOS 9.3.2,iOS 9.3.3 or iOS 9.3.5.
Let’s teach you how to downloaded iOS 10 beta and go back to iOS 9.3.2 without losing your data.
| Part 1: Back Up iPhone before downgrade iOS to iOS 9
Part 2: How to Download iOS 9 iPSW Files and Downgrade iOS 10 to iOS 9
Part 3: How to Downgrade iOS 10 to iOS 9 from a Backup you already Have
Download iOS 9.3.2 IPSW files for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
You will lose your text messages, contacts, photos, videos, call logs and other important data, but all other settings and apps will remain after the downgrade.However,before downgrading your iPhone on iOS 10 to iOS 9.3.2 or other earlier version of iOS 9.
Learn more: how to backup iPhone data to computer
Step 1.Select your device model and download the appropriate IPSW file for your iPhone or iPad.
Here,download the IPSW File for iDevices
Step 2.Make sure iTunes on your computer is the latest version. If not, download and install it.
Step 3.Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer and then click on your device when it appears.
Step 4.Under the Summary section, click the Check for Updates button while holding Shift (Windows) or Option (Mac).
Step 5.Now navigate to and choose the IPSW file you downloaded.
Step 6.Your device will be 'updated' to iOS 9.3.2
As we said, the process will downgrade your iPhone from iOS 10 beta to iOS 9.3.2 without deleting all your data, but you will lose any text messages, contacts, pictures, ect. So next time you upgrade to iOS 10 or iOS 9.3.5, either make a iPhone backup or don't upgrade!
In this part,we teach you a easy guide to restore your iPhone to iOS 9,if you have make a backup before.You can only restore a backup which was made while your iPhone 6S/6/SE/5S/5 was running iOS 9.3.2.
Before restoring your iPhone in iOS 10 to iOS 9(iOS 10 to iOS 9 downgrade),you must to back up an iPhone to iTunes, iCloud or computer, and keep your iPhone device's contacts, photos & data safe, in case disaster strikes,we recommend you should backup all data from iPhone to computer,and restore them back to iPhone after downgrading complete.The key thing is to make sure you always have an up-to-date full backup, which is why it's best to do a full password-protected backup via iTunes. You can also sync iPhone to iCloud to get a second chance of recovering your contacts, photos and other things.
Step 1.Find Older Versions .ipsw File for your Model of iPhone
To reinstall iOS 9.3.2 you need the relevant .ipsw file for your model of iPhone or iPad. Older versions won't work as they're not being 'signed' - or approved - by Apple's servers.
(Mac users, if the ipsw file is stored on your Mac hard drive you can find it by following the path youruserfolder/Library/iTunes/ and then within a folder called iPad Software Updates, iPhone Software Updates or iPad Software Updates.)
If you can't find the latest one on your Mac, or your a PC user, simply run a search for 'download ipsw' and select and download the appropriate file for your device. There are plenty of sites to choose from, including https://ipsw.me/ which helpfully tells you which versions are currently being signed.
Step 2.Connect iPhone to your PC or Mac and Launch iTunes
Note: If you're reading this after the final version of iOS 10 is release to the public you will have only a short time to downgrade (in past years as little as one week after the initial release date - not the date on which you upgraded) before it becomes impossible without a jailbroken phone.
Disable the "Find My iPhone/iPad feature" on the device.If you've enabled it. You'll find it in (Settings → iCloud → Find My iPhone.).
Plug in to your PC or Mac your iPhone or iPad. Launch iTunes. Click on your device in the iTunes interface and select Summary. Now hold down the Alt/Option key (Shift on a PC), and click the Restore iPhone button.
Now navigate to the IPSW file on your desktop and click Open. Your PC will now reinstall iOS 9.3.2 on your iPad or iPhone. Or it should...
Step 3.Put an iPhone Into Recovery Mode
If iTunes says you're already running the latest version of iOS on your device, you may need to use Recovery mode.
Let’s teach you how to put iPhone into recovery mode and restore your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad in iTunes.
1)Completely power off your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad if it isn't off already.
1.Press and hold down the On/Off button on the right side (iPhone 6 or later) or top (all other iPhones, iPods, and iPads) for 3 seconds.
2.Swipe the slide to power off confirmation slider to the right.
2)Press and hold down the Home button on your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPhone.
3)Plug your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad into your Mac or Windows PC and make sure iTunes is running.
4)When the 'Connect to iTunes' screen appears, release the Home button.
At this point iTunes should display an alert saying it's detected an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad in recovery mode, and will let you restore your device.
At this point iTunes should display an alert saying it's detected an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad in Recovery mode,You have to hold the "Option+Command" key on the Mac or the Shift key on Windows,and click “Restore” iPhone, navigate to the iOS 9.3.2.ipsw file, and install it on your device.
Step 4.Restore your iPhone to iOS 9 from backup in iTunes
If you have managed to go back, you'll have a near-blank iPhone with none of your stuff on it. That's where the backup you made comes in.
In iTunes click the “Restore iPhone... ” button and choose the appropriate backup. It may take an hour or so, but your iPhone will be back to the way it was when you made the backup.
If you haven’t backup iPhone to computer, you'll have to sync music, videos and other content from iTunes or iCloud.If you have sync iPhone to iTunes,iTunes before,you can recover lost iPhone data from iCloud; or restore lost iPhone data from iTunes.In additional, you can then go to the App Store and download anything you've previously purchased after logging in with your Apple ID.
Once lost contacts, text messages, photos, videos and other data off your iPhone due to iOS 10 upgrading, downgrading failure,you can use the iOS 10 Data Recovery to recover lost or deleted data from iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch in iOS 10.
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Below are the direct links of the iOS 9.3.2 IPSW files for the specific iPhone, iPad and iPod touch model
IPSW files for iPhone: iPhone 5 (CDMA), iPhone 5 (GSM), iPhone 5c (CDMA), iPhone 5c (GSM), iPhone 5s (CDMA), iPhone 5s (GSM), iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 4s
IPSW files for iPad: 12.9-inch iPad Pro (WiFi), 12.9-inch iPad Pro (Cellular), 9.7-inch iPad Pro (WiFi), 9.7-inch iPad Pro (Cellular), iPad Air 2 (6th generation WiFi), iPad Air 2 (6th generation Cellular), iPad Air (5th generation Cellular), iPad Air (5th generation WiFi), iPad Air (5th generation China), iPad (4th generation CDMA), iPad (4th generation GSM), iPad (4th generation WiFi)
IPSW files for iPolld Touch: iPod touch (5th-generation), iPod touch (6th-generation)
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