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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by ipos, Aug 2, 2016.
is there such a method?
Depending on what iOS version you're on.
im running cydia eraser on my 5s just now... for fun. boy that takes a while...
... and it works... reverted the 5s to 9.0.2 unjailbroken, exactly like brand new!
is cydia eraser working for 9.3.3?
Only way is to restore with itunes.
9.3.3 is the latest ios version and still signed by Apple.
Instead of looking to jump through 100 hoops just plug it in and restore it. You might not be able to do it for too long so you should do it while you still can.
Not necessarily. I think signing up for iOS beta and running 10 for a while, then downgrading to 9.3.3 should do the trick.
As long as ios 9.3.3 is still signed then you could downgrade from beta or from any version you want.
Once 9.3.3 stops being signed by Apple you can never restore to that version. Doesn't matter if you're on ios 10, or on a beta or ios 20.