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iPhone Has anyone tried this?

andreisly

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Jun 23, 2013
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So i was thinking: if you are able to just upgrade to the ios 7 beta without any registered udid or anything like that, couldn' t it be possible to extract the ios 7 files that it uses to identify with itunes and use them on a 6.1.2 firmware and just upgrade to that? I' m sorry if this is a stupid question but i haven' t seen anyone ask this...
 

bandofbrothers

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Do a bit of research.

If you want to run into difficulty then try.

If you want to get a dev licence and keep up with the beta updates leaving your iphone/decive buggy then go ahead.

Or just keep interested and await the global release.
 
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andreisly

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Jun 23, 2013
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what you just said has nothing to do with what i said. i am not interested in the beta, i want 6.1.2 so i can jailbreak.
 
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andreisly

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iphone 5 on 6.1.4. I already know there is no know method to downgrade, neither a jailbreak, that' s where the ideea came from.
 
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kodeman53

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May 4, 2012
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So i was thinking: if you are able to just upgrade to the ios 7 beta without any registered udid or anything like that, couldn' t it be possible to extract the ios 7 files that it uses to identify with itunes and use them on a 6.1.2 firmware and just upgrade to that? I' m sorry if this is a stupid question but i haven' t seen anyone ask this...

Don't you think the very smart people who write the jailbreaks would have thought of this long before you did?
 
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