Downgrade 10.3 To iOS 10.2 for Jailbreak – Its Possible

How to Downgrade 10.3 iOS firmware to the earlier version…

I found many jailbreak users who are crazy about installing Cydia on their iPhone 7 running iOS 10.2, however, its nearly impossible to downgrade iOS 10.3 once you’ve upgraded to the newest update.

The primary reason for incompatibility for downgrade is, Apple stops signing old firmware as soon as they release new update to prevent possible jailbreak release.

We’ve seen couple of times in the past where jailbreak teams have released their untethered tools for older firmware since iOS 7. So, its advisable to save SHSH blobs in order to downgrade new firmware in case Apple stopped signing the targeted firmware.

There are certain tools available for successful downgrade the firmware. I’m talking for the situations where Apple stopped signing the firmware and you want to downgrade to that firmware.

As we know, Luca won’t release jailbreak for iOS 10.3. So, Yalu102 is only the tool which can be applied for iPhone running on compatible firmware. While most of users have upgraded to the newest firmware release by Apple. Downgrading is only the solution in this case if you want jailbreak back.

How to Downgrade 10.3 to iOS 10.2

We said, its possible to downgrade iOS 10.3 and also said that its nearly impossible. Both the statements are correct according to certain situations. Look, if you’ve saved SHSH blobs of iOS 10.2 using Prometheus, you can easily downgrade 10.3 to 10.2 without having any tension.

However at the same time, if you don’t have iOS 10.2 SHSH blobs, you can go back to iOS 10.2 from iOS 10.3 using any tool available on the net.

You’re still allowed to downgrade iOS 10.3 to iOS 10.2.1 so if you want to go back to that firmware, Apple would allow you to use iTunes officially to Downgrade 10.3 and restore iOS 10.2.1.

If you can’t live without jailbreak, you can wait for PanGu 10.3 or Yalu103 jailbreak in this case. Would you wait or downgrade?

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