Ios 6 beta not updating
Hot on the heels of the source code being posted to Git Hub yesterday, Luca Todesco has posted a very early build of the tool to his website.
Work on the Git Hub code proceeded quickly after its posting last night, with Todesco and others merging several commits to enable Substrate, add more device support, and streamline the tool.
If you still want to proceed, downgrading from the i OS 11 beta will be easier than downgrading from the full public version; i OS 10.3.2 is still the newest and current officially supported operating system (i OS 11 hasn't launched officially yet) and will therefore be the software your i Phone or i Pad will be restored to if you select the i Tunes option to Restore and Update. The only issue is that you'll have to restore from a pre-i OS 11 backup (here's how to back up an i Pad or i Phone), so any data or preferences you've saved since then will be lost - and if you haven't got an archived backup from your i OS 10 days (as Apple suggests doing before upgrading), you won't be able to restore your data at all.
In that case all your data will be lost and you'll have to go back to a factory-default 'new i Phone' or 'new i Pad' setup. Anyway, removing the i OS 11 beta is simple: Once i Tunes has reinstalled a fresh version of i OS 10, you have a choice of either restoring from an old backup (remember, your i OS 11 backup won't work) or setting it up as a brand new i Phone.
Simply select your preferred option, follow the on-screen prompts and voila!
i OS 11 sets a new standard for what is already the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. With i OS 11, i Phone and i Pad are the most powerful, personal, and intelligent devices they’ve ever been. And there’s a dedicated place for your recent files. So with just a swipe, you can open and switch apps instantly.
The tool currently sits at Beta 1, and as such is not to be expected to be perfect.
We're not suggesting this will happen to anyone who attempts to downgrade from i OS 11, but we aware that this is the sort of risk you're taking.
Whilst I personally would wait a few days for stability reasons, it should not be too dangerous to try out the tool now, only if you have a supported device, and while i OS 10.2 is being signed.
Before the i OS 10.2 signing window closes, I would recommend returning to stock i OS 10.2 and awaiting a final (or at least gamma) release, though of course, this is up to you.
You should be able to move up through the releases without a problem.
Currently, the tool can only be installed by downloading it from Todesco’s website and then side-loading it onto your device using Cydia Impactor. If you are unsure as to how to go about this, give it a miss for now.