You have not convinced you iOS 8? We explain how to get back to iOS 7.1.2
8 is an iOS version of the highly anticipated operating system by many, but not after trying to convince you just give the latest news and think your iPhone or iPad works worse, maybe I'd go back to iOS 7.1.2.
The operating system includes many important and long awaited news. Desorralladores greater freedom for greater integration between apps, third-party keyboards, widgets on the lock screen, etc, etc ... However, users will prefer to continue with the previous version, as these developments do not seem sufficiently attractive.
If this is your case and has made the jump to iOS 8 But now you regret and want to go back to iOS 7.1.2's how to downgrade your iPhone or iPad.
Before starting it is important to consider a couple of points. The first is that Apple does not officially support the downgrade officially, so the process may not complete successfully. The second, perhaps more important, is that once we restore iOS 7.1.2, can not restore a backup iOS 8 That is, if we want to keep our data intact we need a backup of iOS 7 or, in otherwise, we set the device as new. Obviously, the process is not compatible with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, since these devices do not support iOS 7.
Once you consider these important points we can continue:
How to downgrade iOS 7.1.2 iOS 8
1-The first step, as always, is to make a backup of iOS 8 if something went wrong. Thus, we could always reinstall iOS 8 and restore the backup.
2-Download iOS 7.1.2 file for the device from this link.
3-Open iTunes and connect your iPhone or iPad using the USB cable.
4-Choose the device when it appears and access your record.
5-Press the Alt key on Mac or Shift on Windows and click the "Update" button.
6-In the window that opens, choose the downloaded file in step 2.
Once you accomplish these steps, the installation process will begin and will take a while to complete (depending on the device may be more or less, but usually a few minutes). Once restored, the device restarts and displays the initial setup screen. At that point you can configure the device as new or, in case that we have a, restore a previous backup.
As mentioned earlier, the process may not be successful in some cases. In these cases we have only to reconnect the iPhone or iPad to your computer, open iTunes and click on the "Update" button to reinstall iOS 8 again. The device will function normally and can restore the backup we have done in the first step.
Have you tried iOS 8 and has not convinced you? Will you come back to iOS 7.1.2?