Major battery issue fix: Revert to iOS 6 clean install, then clean install iOS 7?

Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by Krissypantz2828, Jun 21, 2013.

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    Krissypantz2828

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    This is what Ive read, does it work? I guess I will try it out!

    **THEN not than
     
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    Krissypantz2828

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    Yes I know that apparently installing clean into iOS7 improves battery, but what about installing clean to iOS 6 and then immediately after doing a clean install of iOS 7???
     
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    And the point of that would be what (over just a clean install of iOS 7 directly)?

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    How do you know what Ive does (and what he does it for)?
     
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    Didn't you state in another thread, that you had done a fresh install?

    Why not just wait until beta 2, and do a fresh install then?
     
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    Krissypantz2828

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    Lol I don't know this is what I read.. Some people don't do a clean install when installing ios6
     
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    Most of the folks not doing a clean install are because they torrented the software and it won't work if they restore.

    I suppose doing a clean iOS 6, activate and then update to 7 would work for them.
     
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    That is what many have been doing, and then coming here when they can't restore, because of one problem or another.
     
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    After the beta was released I installed the beta and it upgraded the OS. So after a couple days I reinstalled it and set it up as a new phone/clean install.

    Battery life was MUCH better for a day or two then it was back to crap. I uninstalled t and went back to iOS 6 until beta is released
     
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    Krissypantz2828

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    I'm thinking of doing that also will give it another try but again it's a beta and not meant to use on regular basis, this is the truth of it all.
     
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    quick question: can all this downgrading to ios 6 and upgrading to iOS 7 be good for the phone?
     
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    Krissypantz2828

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    Dont know, but its a new iphone 5 so it better! lol
     
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    i bet it can handle it, but i'm just curious.
     
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    Krissypantz2828

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    I dont like the idea of doing it all the time..I think Im gonna stay on iOS 7 just did a clean reinstall of both ios6 and 7
     

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