How to downgrade iOS 14 to iOS 13.7

Are you feeling too depressed because iOS 14 is too buggy? Don’t worry, this article will guide you how to downgrade to iOS 13.7 for more stable use.

Updated on September 23: Currently, Apple has officially stopped signing iOS version 13.7. Therefore, you will not be able to downgrade your iPhone / iPad to this version anymore. If your device has many problems updating iOS 14, perform a similar restore to iOS 14.

Apple has recently released an official version of iOS 14 for supported iPhones, iPads and iPod touches. IOS 14 version brings a lot of new features such as the ability to set widgets at the home screen, App Library, interface changes and useful security features …

Maybe you are interested!

Although there have been nearly 3 months of testing, but the official iOS 14 still has many problems with users, especially iPhone users. Just a few days after Apple released iOS 14, there were quite a few users complaining about many errors after a software update: overheating, fast battery drain, unstable running, lag lag , crashing the application or even experiencing mic errors while playing games …

There have been many temporary fixes, such as restarting the device, if any application fails, reload, but most of them cannot fix the problem of fast battery drain or overheating. If you have finished the iOS 14 experience and feel dissatisfied with this version, this article will guide you to read back to iOS 13.7 for a more stable experience. Currently, Apple is still signing iOS 13.7, so please quickly downgrade before Apple stops signing.

Note: To install iOS 13.7 in the most complete way and avoid problems arising with old data, the guide below will delete all data in the device. Be sure to back up all your data before you downgrade. With contacts and SMS, turn on iCloud sync in settings, with photos and videos, use iCloud for storage or 3rd party platforms like Google Photos … we won’t be responsible if you lose it. important data.

Step 1

First, you need to turn off Find My iPhone in the device’s settings (As shown) in order to be able to downgrade directly using iTunes.

Step 2

Download the IPSW firmware for your iDevices device. Visit the website and navigate to your device to download iOS 13.7. Versions that are currently downgraded will be green, older versions that have been signed off will be red.

Click on version 13.7 and download (as shown). Since the size of the iOS versions is quite heavy, please wait patiently until the download is complete if you have a low speed internet connection. It is recommended to use IDM (for Windows) to optimize the download process.

Step 3

Connect your iPhone / iPad / iPod touch to the computer via the iTunes app. If your computer does not have iTunes, please download the latest version at the link below and then proceed to install.

Step 4

In the iTunes window, select the device icon (as shown) and then press SHIFT (Option on macOS) and click the Restore iPhone … option, locate the IPSW firmware downloaded above and press Open .

Step 5

Wait and Wait… The iPhone / iPad downgrade will take anywhere from 20 to 30 minutes.

We repeat: Make sure you back up your data to avoid data loss before performing the downgrade . During the downgrade process, do not disconnect your device from the computer and make sure your phone has enough battery capacity so you shouldn’t have any problems.

If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below! Wishing you success!

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