How do I restore from iOS 13 to iOS 12?

How do I go back to iOS 12?

Be sure to select Restore and not Update when you return to iOS 12. When iTunes detects a device in recovery mode, it prompts you to restore or update it. Click Restore followed by Restore and Update. iTunes takes care of the rest of the process; just follow the prompts.

How can I roll back an iOS update?

Click "iPhone" under the "Devices" heading in the left sidebar of iTunes. Hold down the "Shift" key, then click the "Restore" button at the bottom right of the window to choose which iOS file you want to restore with.

How do I restore from iOS 13 to iOS 14?

Steps on how to switch from iOS 14 to iOS 13

  1. Connect the iPhone to the computer.
  2. Open iTunes for Windows and Finder for Mac.
  3. Click on the iPhone icon.
  4. Now select Restore iPhone option and simultaneously hold Left Option key on Mac or Left Shift key on Windows.

How do I go back to iOS 12 from iOS 14?

Click Device to open the Device Summary page. Two options are: [Click on Restore iPhone + Option key on Mac] Y [Restore + Shift key on windows] from the keyboard at the same time. Now the Browse File window will be seen on the screen. Select the final iOS 12 downloaded earlier.

How do I uninstall the iOS 13 update?

Go to Settings > General and tap Profile & Device Management. Tap the iOS beta software profile. Play Remove Profile, then restart your device.

Can I go back to iOS 13?

You just can't switch from iOS 14 to iOS 13... If this is a real problem for you, your best option would be to buy a second-hand iPhone with the version you need, but remember that you will not be able to recover the latest backup of your iPhone on the new device without update the iOS software too.

How do I uninstall the iOS 14 update?

How to remove downloading software updates from iPhone

  1. Open configuration.
  2. Press General.
  3. Tap iPhone/iPad Storage.
  4. In this section, scroll and locate the iOS version and tap on it.
  5. Tap Delete update.
  6. Tap Delete update again to confirm the process.

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