If you guys could help with dev profile that would be great.

Discussion in 'iOS 10' started by EricHill78, Jun 17, 2016.

  1. EricHill78 macrumors newbie

    EricHill78

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    Tuesday night I was excited to try out iOS 10 beta without thinking. I got the dev profile and installed 10 beta. Things were choppy and apps would die for no apparently reason. I tried loading an iCloud backup from a couple days ago but it still has me using 10. I deleted the dev profile and reinstalled the 9 beta profile to no avail. Im happy that I read a post that said to reset all settings and that helped a lot.

    My concern is that I deleted the dev profile and when i tried to reinstall it it gave me an error. Am I fine to wait till the public beta comes out next month? I have a fear that I won't be able to download any future betas because my account will be some how flagged as a dev account seeing that I'm on 10.0

    Side note - only PC in my home is my wife's. It's a hand me down from her brother and the USB drives don't work so I have no access to iTunes unfortunately. Sorry for any grammatical errors I'm on mobile.
     
  2. batting1000 macrumors 604

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    To go back to 9.3.2, you'll need iTunes. It's pretty simple if you're able to get access to a computer with it installed.
     
  3. Marshall73 macrumors 6502a

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    You need to get a computer running iTunes, put your phone in DFU mode and restore through iTunes.
     
  4. EricHill78 thread starter macrumors newbie

    EricHill78

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    I don't have access unfortunately. Will it be ok for me to wait till the public beta to come out next month?
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    I don't have access unfortunately. Will it be ok for me to wait till the public beta to come out next month?
     
  5. batting1000 macrumors 604

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    Yeah, that could work. Are there any profiles on the device right not? If so, remove them and reboot the device. Then put the iOS 10 one back on. The one for iOS 9 won't show an update because you're on a higher build number than 9.3.3 beta. Updates only appear (in general) when the system finds a build number that's higher / newer than what you're currently running.
     
  6. EricHill78 thread starter macrumors newbie

    EricHill78

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    That worked! Thank you! Hopefully in a week or so we will see a new beta come out .
     

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