How to downgrade from iOS 10.2 to iOS 10.1.1 to prepare for a possible jailbreak

By , Dec 16, 2016

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With the news of a possible upcoming jailbreak for iOS 10.1.1, the race is on for those who have already upgraded past it to downgrade before Apple closes the signing window on them and leaves them high and dry. This guide will walk you through how to return to iOS 10.1.1 from iOS 10.2 (or any other version you may be on, like iOS 9.3.3 or iOS 10.1) so that you will be safe and sound when the window closes, and can wait and see if this jailbreak hype comes true.

As you can see, my iPhone SE begins on pesky, hateful iOS 10.2, and so must be downgraded post-haste.

Downgrade Before

How to downgrade your device to iOS 10.1.1

First, make sure that iOS 10.1.1 is still being signed. You can check the signing status of specific software versions at At the time of publishing, we know iOS 10.1.1 is still being signed. It will likely be until December 19.

If iOS 10.1.1 is not being signed, stop immediately. Do not try to restore the IPSW to your device.

This is because once the signing window has closed the IPSW will be useless. Trying to restore it to your device will then fail, and may result in accidentally upgrading to iOS 10.2, which if you were coming from iOS 9.3.3 would be a disaster.

1) Head to the iDB Downloads section to download your IPSW.

2) Locate the IPSW for your device. In this case, it is of course iOS 10.1.1 that we want to download.

3) Select it and click “Go”.

iDB IPSW Downloads

Make sure to do this section right at the beginning, as downloading the IPSW may take a while and time is of the essence. Luca Todesco has confirmed that it does not matter whether you select iteration (14B100) or (14B150), as the exploits used work on both, but I selected (14B150) as it is the newer and may contain other fixes which would be good to have.

4) While your IPSW downloads, make a backup of your device in iTunes and copy off any photos, data, and so on that you want, as the next steps will wipe your device entirely.

5) Connect your device to your computer and open iTunes.

6) Power off your device.

7) Hold down your device’s Power and Home buttons at the same time for 10 seconds, and then release the Power button but keep holding down the Home button for 10 more seconds. If on an iPhone 7, do the same but replace “Home Button” with “Volume Down” button.

8) iTunes should now report that it has “detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore this iPhone before it can be used with iTunes.”

Downgrade Recovery Mode iTunes

Please note that steps 6-8 are the process for entering DFU mode. It may take a few tries to get this right, and proceeding past this point will completely wipe your device. This is advisable for the cleanest start on your new firmware, and especially for those who are coming from a previous jailbreak. You will not be able to restore a backup made from a higher firmware like iOS 10.2 onto your device when it reverts to iOS 10.1.1.

If you do not wish to DFU restore your device, skip steps 6-8, but I would recommend following this procedure and setting your device up as new.

9) Now locate the “Restore” button in iTunes, and ⌥ – click it. (That is, hold down the “alt” key on your keyboard, and then click the “Restore button”. Instead of restoring to iOS 10.2 via a download, it should open a file selector window.

10) Browse to the iOS 10.1.1 IPSW you downloaded, and select it.

Downgrade Select IPSW

11) Confirm that you wish to restore to iOS 10.1.1. Make sure the dialogue box specifies iOS 10.1.1 and not iOS 10.2.

Downgrade Confirmation

12) Wait as your device restores. It will reboot a couple of times throughout the process, and will then re-appear in iTunes at the set-up screen.

Downgrade After

13) If you are coming from a lower firmware, you can now restore your backup to your device, though as I mentioned, I prefer to set up as new. If coming from iOS 10.2, you cannot restore your backup to iOS 10.1.1.

All that now remains is to wait and see if this jailbreak rumour crystallises into a release, and to avoid accidentally updating again to iOS 10.2 in the meantime. Remember, if you do want to take advantage of this opportunity, do it sooner rather than later, because once Apple stops signing iOS 10.1.1 you will be out of luck.

Try to make an informed decision as to whether you want to change. People on iOS 10.2 should probably revert in my opinion, but people on 32-bit devices or on lower firmwares with a current jailbreak should think carefully. You don’t want to give up a working jailbreak in the hope of a future one which is not yet definitively released, and which may not support 32-bit devices.

Was this guide helpful? Will you be sticking on your current iOS version, or will you be twisting back on down to iOS 10.1.1? Do tell.

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  • Diego Milano

    Awesome article, bud. You’re really a great iDB asset as of lately.
    By the way, I really like the fact we can verify if specific iOS versions are still being signed just from a website.

    • Anonymouse

      No need to kiss his asset. 🙂

      • Diego Milano

        Haha, you’re funny; well- to your surprise, some people do like to share their true appreciation towards others that help the community, and I mean that genuinely. Keep in mind iDB has had some staff movement lately -several individuals are no longer with the blog or at least no longer active- and so seeing good bloggers spending time and dedication deserves some credit. This is an opportunity for you and others to learn to do so as well, especially since there’s too much whining and negativity surrounding the jailbreak news lately.

    • Joaquim Barbosa

      Thanks for the kind words! I’m glad you enjoy reading this stuff.

      • Diego Milano

        And after today’s news about saving the blobs, wow…!

  • Ricky

    Dont download from idb website. The os firmware 10.1.1 isnt the latest. You cant restore it.t the build number is old 14B150, where it should be if im not wrong 155.

    • Daniel Moura

      155? 14B150 is the last i think

    • Julio Hernandez

      I checked IPSW .me last night and the old build number ended in 100 and latest is 150 but either way it doesn’t make a difference

    • Erick Reyes

      No, you are wrong. We all know 10.1.1 isn’t the latest, 10.1.1 has two builds, and the latest one is 150

      • Daniel Moura

        like i said to him
        14B150 is the 2nd 10.1.1
        hes noob for not making a google research

    • Daniel Moura

      14B150 is the last and 14b100 is the older

  • Daniel Moura

    From 10.2.1 beta 1 to 10.1.1 completed xD
    Now its time to release the Kraken 😀

  • Jason

    Question, I just update from 10.1 to 10.1.1 as I know to stay on 10.1.1 should I restore and make a fresh 10.1.1 from IPSW website? I updated 10.1.1 through iTunes A day before 10.2 came out. Any suggestion would be appreciated. Thanks

    • pegger1

      If you were previously jailbroken, it’s recommended to do a clean restore to 10.1.1 to clear out files that get left behind. But if you were never jailbroken, then upgrading to 10.1.1 through iTunes is good enough.

      • Daniel Moura


      • Jason

        Great, thanks for your reply. I have iPhone 7 plus.

    • Mitchell

      If it was a day before, I would say you’re on the latest build (14b150) which is fine. Now I need to figure out if it’s worth it to make the jump to ios 10 period. I’m still on 9 with a JB.

      • pegger1

        That’s the gamble you gotta make. Jump now and hope for the jailbreak. Or wait and hope that 10.1.1 is still being signed when(if) the jailbreak is released.

      • Jason

        I do have iPhone 6 Plus back home that is on 9.0.2 I may have to make the jump to 10.1,1 but I want to see what this iOS 10 jailbreak brings I have iPhone 7 plus right now I would have to see if it truly works with iOS 10 jailbreak. Then I’ll make that jump from my iPhone 6 Plus.

  • malhal

    And for upgrading from jailbroken 9.3.3 to stock 10.1.1 remember first backup then you have to restore to the IPSW by option clicking restore, rather than upgrade! Then restore your backup back on. Probably only a few days left before the signing window closes.

    • T. Allen

      I’m on 9.3.3. If I upgrade to 10.1.1, wouldn’t I lose my jailbreak?? That’s where I’m a little lost at. I want iOS 10. The window for 10.1.1 is closing and closing very soon. I don’t want to lose my 9.3.3 jailbreak just to prepare for the 10.1.1 one that’s coming. Is that what is 9.3.3-ers have to do for the next jailbreak??

      • Joaquim Barbosa

        Yes, or you can follow my most recent article to save SHSH2 blobs for iOS 10.1.1, quickly before it stops being signed. Then you *may* be able to go from 9.3.3>10.1.1 in future, even after it is no longer signed…

      • T. Allen

        I have read about that so I will go about finding out how to do that on a windows machine and get to doing that.

      • T. Allen

        And to be clear, save my blobs on 9.3.3?

  • Cerberus The Wise

    If they can’t release jailbreaks for the newest firmwares anymore then maybe the jailbreak scene really is starting to die slowly

    • pegger1

      There will always be a newer firmware that will close the holes. It makes the most sense to prepare the jailbreak for the highest version possible. Then when the exploits are patched, release the jailbreak for the version previous to that.

      • Lipkiss

        Oh Man Where Were U Till Now !!! Brilliant

      • Cerberus The Wise

        I’ve been into jailbreaking for many years now, this isn’t new news. For the jailbreak to really be most available to as many people as possible, it really is crucial to drop a jailbreak for whatever is currently being signed. What about the people still jailbroken on iOS 9 who don’t want to update and lose their jailbreak on the off chance they do make one only for 10.1? They’re stuck where they’re at with no chance. Same for any one else who is up to date and may not have heard about not updating past 10.1. The last time they released a jailbreak for a firmware they stopped signing months ago (9.1), there was an extremely small amount of people who could actually use the tool. No one got any warning in advance to not update either. With a jailbreak for whatever the newest version may be, everyone has the chance to update and jailbreak. If the tool screws up and you have to restore, you can still update to that jailbreakable firmware that is being signed. If all the jailbreak community really can do now is just jailbreak older firmwares, then every one is pretty much biting the bullet and admits that there won’t be proper jailbreaks anymore.

      • Diego Milano

        Well, what isn’t news is that Apple is making iOS more and more secure and with their new aggressive release scheduled, jailbreaking is becoming more and more difficult, so it isn’t coincidence that we’re seeing jailbreaks for iOS 8.4, iOS 9.1, and iOS 10.1 being released so late.
        Let’s be honest about this: Apple is getting a bit “ahead of the game” with these moves, BUT even then, I’m happy with my jailbroken iOS 9.3.3; iOS 10 doesn’t really add much, in my opinion.

      • Poporopo00

        I’m with you on this.
        I have mine on 9.0.2 since i dont want to be dealing with reboots and not being able to re-jailbreak and sll that drama BUT i do have another iPhone (same specs as the one i have) on 9.3.3(as a back up for jailbreak) in case this one fails and i have to upgrade to whatever firmware i have to.
        I Apple wins the battle and te jailbreak will be almost impossible…an Android will be my next move.

        (Just my opinion)

      • T. Allen

        THANK YOU!!

    • Joaquim Barbosa

      Hi Cerberus, Apple’s new technique is to have a rolling release of betas now. So there will never be a “newest firmware” for long enough to jailbreak it and relax. iOS 10.1.1 is still *a* current firmware, because it is still signed, it is just not *the* current firmware. It is the best that can be managed with this new strategy, and my advice to anyone who needs a jailbreak is to bear this in mind and always remain on a lower iOS version.
      Thanks for reading!

      • Diego Milano

        Precisely my thoughts above! As long as Apple isn’t losing customers because of this, they will continue to be aggressive about their software release schedules, they have nothing to lose (and by “nothing” I mean money).

      • Poporopo00

        They won’t lose customers. Lots of people have iPhones just to show off.

      • Diego Milano

        That’s true, I guess, but I’m not sure if it makes the majority of them, just as much as I believe those who jailbreak are a minority, which is what I was trying to convey.

      • Poporopo00

        I’m getting tired too. Just because i’m so used to the jailbreak i don’t leave the iPhone. I’m not that far to switch tho.

      • Diego Milano

        Maybe Prometheus is the answer, as really it was the signing period that Apple introduced for their firmwares that truly screwed things up, otherwise we would all still be able to rejoice of a jailbreak whenever we are pleased, and there wouldn’t be the need for this mice-and-cat race game between jailbreak hackers and those damn firmware signing timeframes.

      • Poporopo00

        They should keep some open holes so we can jailbreak. Anyway, most of the new features are feom the jailbreak community. Their “big updates” we already got them two or three years ago…LOL…that is why we see like every update is lamest…nothing really big to surprise me.

      • Diego Milano

        Honestly the only effective port I’ve seen they’ve taken from the jailbreak was f.lux, I’m not sure about any real other.

      • Poporopo00

        They take many, they just change them in some way.

        Nice chat compadre!!

    • Out5poken

      I agree. Gosh, it seems such a long time since i was last jailbroken.

      I think it was ios 9.0.something, which am sure was over a year ago! before JB releases got scatty and i missed a window waiting for a Mac tool which usually takes longer to come out after the windows equivalent ironically.

      Right now I’m on ios 10.1.1 but feeling somewhat sad that im no longer bothered about jailbreaking ios10 because of all the uncertainty and irregularities of releases these days. Im not cutout for this cat and mouse game anymore.

  • Chris Gilmore

    Just downgraded my i7 back to 10.1.1 just using the upgrade+option key since I don’t want to restore all my stuff that I literally JUST did for 10.2. If I have time, I’ll restore it put a new back up on it, but can’t today.

    • ZMan82

      You mean you downgraded from 10.2 to 10.1.1 as new? So I definitely can’t restore to my backup on 10.2? I’ve got >10GB of photos and apps etc and don’t want to reinstall them one by one 🙁

  • :D

    Imagine this was all just a hoax and there’s no 10.1.1 jailbreak – we’ll all have downgraded for no reason

    • pegger1

      Is what a hoax? That big exploits are patched in 10.2? That’s a fact. With major exploits being closed in 10.2 it only makes sense to only upgrade to the firmware before that, if you’re hoping for the best chance of jailbreaking. Nothing hoaxy about that.

      • :D

        You sound fun

    • Blip dude

      Even if it was, it’s not like it’s going to make a difference.

      • :D

        Some people are upgrading from iOS 9 and losing their jb in hopes of an iOS 10 jb and some people are wasting time downgrading from 10.2

  • Omar Dbaghi

    Hello guys,I did update my iPhone 7 to 10.2 and this morning I wanted to downgrade to 10.1.1 to prepare eventually to jailbreak which I did but my computer backup wasn’t compatible,anybody can help me please

    • pegger1

      The 10.2 backup won’t be compatible with 10.1.1.
      If you need stuff off that backup, then you need to upgrade to 10.2, restore the backup and manually save what you need. Then return to 10.1.1.
      But you won’t be able to use a 10.2 iTunes backup with 10.1.1

      • Omar Dbaghi


      • Diego Milano

        Wow, this is something that iDB should put up there as a big reminder. I hate backups anyway, I love to start fresh. 🙂

    • :D

      Idk if it’s too late for you or not but you can downgrade without even restoring. Just hold alt while clicking check for updates and select the ipsw file you downloaded. If you still have the 10.2 backup, restore to that then downgrade.

  • jalexcarter

    really hope this works! i live for jailbreaking and my iphone 7 unexpectedly shut down and has been stuck at the boot screen for the last hour. put it in recovery mode now trying to update to 10.2 so i dont have to restore but need to get back to 10.1.1!!!

  • Tom Mermul

    I now updated to IOS 10.1.1 from 9.3.3 :O I just hope a jailbreak will be released soon 😀

    • droid3000

      you think thats the best move? im still on 9.3.3 as well

      • Diego Milano

        I’m sticking to jailbroken iOS 9.3.3, solid and stable; iOS 10.1 has issues.

      • Tim Myxa

        im still on 9.3.3. thinking should I update to 10.1.1 or stay?
        cant decide

      • Diego Milano

        I’m not updating. I’ll take my chances and wait for a jailbreak to come up and keep my hopes that the recent developments would allow me to upgrade to iOS 10.1.1 whenever I’m pleased outside the signing period, but that’s just my stand on it.

    • Poporopo00

      I’m sorry for u, i decided to stay on 9.0.2. No issues at all.

  • Shay Shtern

    And what i will do with all my 3000 photos and video after the downgrade?
    does somone have an advice!? And I dont want Apple iCloud

    • pegger1

      Manually back them up to your computer before hand. iTunes backup isn’t really a good way to backup your photos anyways, it’s good for making a backup of your phone (including pics). But not a good way for backing up photos.

      • Shay Shtern

        I Did this. but how do I return them to my camera roll as regular ? THIS IS THE REAL QUESTION

      • Stephen Hedger

        Either sync from a folder on windows using itunes or use a photo vault app to sync your pics via itunes to the app.

        Then in the app select ALL And click save to camera roll.

    • Poporopo00

      If you have ATT you can use ATT Transfer app from one phone to another if you have a spare (can be any IOS), then after the restoration of the phone trasfer them back.
      The app adks you for you phone # but i guess will work with any number jot only ATT, i would like to know that.

      Just a thought.

  • droid3000

    what about people on 9.3.3?

    • pegger1

      What about them? If you want to go to 10.1.1, it’s the same process, download the appropriate firmware and do a restore as described.

    • Diego Milano

      I’m keeping iOS 9.3.3 jailbroken, but it’s up to each. 😉

  • Chris

    Is anyone having problems with iMessage not activating or not working after downgrading from 10.2 to 10.1.1?

    I’ve tried “upgrading” to 10.1, restoring from the IPSW, and using the backups from both iTunes and iCloud, but my iMessages and Facetime still refuse to activate in my Settings (“Waiting for Activation”)

    • William Melendez

      I downgraded and started fresh. No issues.

    • jory

      me too, not sure how to fix yet

    • Poporopo00

      Try to sign out and sign in.

      Restarting the phone might help.

    • :D

      Create a new 10.1.1 backup and restore to that

  • Daniel Moura

    Im the only one here refreshing the page trying to see if JB is out ?

    • Supah Hollywood

      Nope , lmao

    • William Melendez

      No, I’m doing the same.

  • Zevet Carlitos

    I hope we have a jailbreak for ios 10 the next week

  • TornBodies

    i downgraded this morning got home from work around with 30% battery and my phone drops to 1% the 30% battery bug i had no such issue with 10.2 on my iphone 6 plus

    • Diego Milano

      Did you restore as a new phone? Hmm, if so, well… that’s one of the reasons why I don’t like the idea of getting an iOS version that got issues. But for those who do not have a jailbreak, I would definitely downgrade.

      • TornBodies

        Yes I restored as new because I had old jailbreak files that prevented mario run from working the game works but I got that battery bug as I type now I’m at 27% and it hasn’t dropped to 1% maybe its random

      • Diego Milano

        I thought there was a jailbreak to allow Mario Run to… run?

  • n0ahcruz3

    Nice i might have to jailbreak my iPhone 6 lol

  • droid3000

    isnt check for update blurred out?

  • :D

    Can you not even restore backups from iCloud?

    • Poporopo00

      No, if is from a higher version.

  • Dhmì Suwidah

    Worked very well

    • Dhmì Suwidah

      Just gonna lose the apple watch current connection and backup.
      Setting as a new watch is required.

  • So Young

    I think it would be stupid to release a jailbreak that not support any firmware higher than a firmware version who can stop being signed anytime now.

  • :)

    I still have 10.0.2 on my SE, will the JB still work on it or do you guys think i should upgrade to 10.1.1

    • White nigga from the 6

      Yes, update to 10.1.1, I just did my 10.1

  • MisterPFH

    I’m sorry, but I’m a bit lost. Maybe I paid attention when I shouldn’t have; but, I would like to have a jailbroken iPad Pro. I assume this is the wrong place for beginners…although I don’t know where to go. Ugh.

    • Joaquim Barbosa

      Which part of the steps are you having trouble with? Did you download the IPSW from the site yet to begin with?

      • MisterPFH

        Hey…I’m sorry to get back to you so late. And also…it would seem that I am blocked out from jail breaking, because I didn’t do this…what is it…SQSW, or whatever it was, I never followed through on that. I would suppose, that I’ll have to wait for a worthy jailbreak of 10.2, no? Thank you for taking the time.

  • Natalie

    Correct me if I’m misunderstanding but I do a lot of 3DS homebrewing and when Nintendo announced that they are offering a bounty for exploits, a main hacker said that at this point its too late because they’ve already blown open past firmwares and all they need to do is compare the old firmware, to the new one and it’s easy to gain access.
    Can this not be applied to iOS? Can we not just see what Apple has changed in the new firmware and find a way around it? I’m a total n00b at coding and hacking so I have no clue really lol Just something that popped in to my head.

    • Joaquim Barbosa

      Hi Natalie, I think a certain amount of comparing takes place, but generally the parts that have changed between the old firmware and the new are where Apple has actually patched bugs, so they may not help. The OS gets more secure as time goes on unfortunately.
      Thanks for reading!

  • Adan

    You sir, are a freaking STAR. I wasted several hours downgrading the long way yesterday (before this article) only to find that I could not restore from my iOS10.2 back up. This worked a treat, thank you so much!
    idownloadblog: you need to offer this man a job, he just put you all to shame!

  • Martynet

    My iPhone feel much snappier after upgrading to 10.2. No way I’m downgrading. I’ll rather wait for next jailbreak.

  • waqass

    Why restore and delete all your data ? You can simply use shift + update button and you can downgrade without losing any personal data ( tested many times )

    If you are jailbroken you need to restore but if you are downgrading you can use this method .
    there is no need to enter recovery or dfu just connect your iphone with itunes keep holding shift and click on update and select IPSW 🙂

    Remember if you restore (delete all your data) you cannot restore your itunes backup becuse backups of new versions cannot be restored on older versions 😉

    • YaBoyLilMayo

      Exactly, f^ck restoring and wiping my 117GB of data from my phone. Definitely taking the easy route on this one

    • Joaquim Barbosa

      Hi there, as I mention in the article, it is possible to do this, I just recommend starting from scratch as it can save you trouble down the line. But if you’re happy with it, of course you can do it your way. Thanks for reading!

  • disqus_6bcHVmKl86 Guys, I’ve just downgraded to iOS 10.1.1 from iOS 10.2.1 beta 1.
    Everything is fine only that text doesn’t show up anymore on my lockscreen notifications. It just say ‘slide for more information’ (in Dutch). And this is for all apps that give me notifications.
    How can I fix this?

    • Adan

      Same problem here
      (I hope the idownloadblog censorship mafia doesn’t delete this)

      • disqus_6bcHVmKl86

        See Natalie’s solution ^^. It worked 🙂

    • Natalie

      You could try going into settings > general > Reset and erase all settings. Idk if this would help but it might

      • disqus_6bcHVmKl86

        Thank you so much that fixed the problem! =D

  • :)

    Anyone experiencing battery issues after updating to 10.1.1??

    • hijas

      yes but i downgrade ios10.1 very good with battery

  • Mario Britten

    Yeah it worked..kind of.

    Some things are broken now for me, such as notifications :/ Will do a clean restore now

    • :D

      Backup to iCloud while on 10.1.1 through iCloud and restore that new 10.1.1 backup

    • Raymond Lanser

      I had the same problem, but then I realized you can iCloud backup after downgrading via update, then restore the device to 10.1.1, then restore the new 10.1.1 backup for iCloud (which doesn’t backup system files). It removes any expediency, but you don’t have to start completely from scratch on a restore.

  • :D

    THANK YOU!!!

  • Ben Marion

    How do I do this on Windows 10. It’s not popping up the window when I hold alt with an IPad Pro?

    It keeps telling me Firmware File Not Compatible

    • disqus_6bcHVmKl86

      Hold the ‘shift’ button not the alt.

  • It is indeed easier and faster but could cause problems in the future as by doing so, you may be importing corrupt system files. Problems that may occur in the future could affect battery life, overall performance, and app compatibility.

    In short, yes, this works, but it’s not something I would suggest. My best suggestion is to always start from scratch to avoid any future complication.

    • Albi Hysa

      another problem I faced after downgrading is my whatsapp backup cant be restored on a lower firmware as whatsapp doesn’t recognize my iCloud Drive as being on… That was a no no for me so I update back to 10.2

  • Buck

    Are we sure we aren’t all just getting played and someone somewhere is just laughing their ass off watching droves of people give up their JB?

    Sure would be nice to have a Saurik type just say “it will come, make the jump” or something somewhat trustworthy.

    • :D

      He released a 9.3 jb and if you check his facebook/twitter he says it is gonna be released now (rather than might)

  • nonchalont

    I’m confident there will be a 10.2 Jailbreak. Side Loading is more of a thing now, but I know Jailbreaking is not dead as people will still want to customize their iOS.

    • Buck

      I’d un-do that confidence then..

      10.2 fixes the vulnerability that is supposedly going to allow a 10.1.1 JB

  • hijas

    if I stay with ios 10.1 possible jailbreak

  • Cole

    Can anyone please link me to the desktop wallpaper displayed in the images attached in the article? Thank you!

    • Joaquim Barbosa

      Hi Cole. They’re included in Sierra 10.12.2, have you upgraded to that yet? Thanks for reading.

  • nonchalont

    What do I download as the correct iphone firmware? I have a 5s on Verizon. I see GSM or Global? ….I assume I download Global.

  • Shamir Akida

    Peace how come no one has showed the demo on how to downgrade on a 7 or the plus…..thats what I want to see the 7’s.

  • sg1969

    Is it possible for me to get a SHSH blob for currenttly installed 9.0.2, upgrade to 10.1.1, get SHSH blob, then go back to 9.0.2 while I wait?

  • Orlando C. Guerrero Jr.

    is ios 10.1 still supported by apple as of the moment?

  • Art

    Is this still working? Or stopped since Dec 19?

  • Ozoda Eva

    it gave an unknown error while downgrading my i7 plus, any ideas why?