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Discussion in 'iOS 7' started by jwolf6589, Sep 18, 2013.
Can this be done by restoring my iCloud backup from last night? I hate iOS 7!
iCloud only saves the data, not the operating system.
I also doubt that Apple is signing iOS 6.1.4 anymore, iOS 7 is the current OS now and your only option.
Is it normal for them to discontinue signing older iOS versions so quickly after a new version comes out? I thought there was a window of a few days or something.
I am not sure I trust pages that Google spits out so if anyone knows please let me know. Do not just say "google it" for lots of FALSE INFORMATION is on Google.
Think of it like being herded like sheep into a new pasture, with the gate locking behind you
A DFU restore to the IPSW file for IOS 6 should do it. The phone will look to the servers like it's brand new out of the box, and should activate nicely.
Any IOS 7 backups you've done may not restore though (I haven't tried it, but it seems logical that they wouldn't).
The only way to do it is download 6.1.3/6.1.4 file for your device, DFU restore, and install iOS 6. BUT this cannot be done if Apple stopped signing iOS 6, which they usually do a few hours after a new version launches.
It used to be, but in recent years, Apple shortened the window to a few hours. Don't be surprised if Apple stopped signing iOS 6 at this time.
Is that a way? I may call Apple tech support
Why do you hate iOS 7? How much longer do you intend to use iOS 6?
buh bye now!