As Apple is still singing iOS 9.0.2, you can now downgrade
back to iOS 9.0.2 from latest firmware iOS 9.1.
If you’re interested in jailbreaking your
iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch then this is the right time for you. Apple can stop signing iOS 9.0.2 firmware files
any moment. So you won’t be able to upgrade to 9.0.2 once Apple stops signing
the firmware file.
To find out if Apple is still signing
the firmware file, check

Here’s how to downgrade
your iPhone to iOS 9.0.2 from iOS 9.1

First Download the iOS firmware file for your device from our
Download page.

  • Turn
    off Find my iPhone & disable passcode lock via the
    Settings app. (Settings > iCloud > Find my iPhone).
  • Launch
    iTunes & connect your iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch using data cable
    to your computer.
  • Hold
    the Alt/Option key on the Mac or Shift Key
    in Windows on your keyboard and click on the Check for Update option,
    instead of restoring. Important: Please note that holding
    the Alt/Option key on the Mac or Shift Key in Windows is very important
    because then iTunes will update your device to iOS 9.1, so be careful.
  • Now Select
    the iOS 9.0.2 ipsw file you had downloaded earlier.
  • iTunes
    will inform that it will update your iOS device to iOS 9.0.2 and will
    verify the update with Apple.
  • Click Update.
  • iTunes
    will now install iOS 9.0.2 on your device.

That’s it. Your device should now be successfully upgraded to iOS

Now if you want to jailbreak your iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch then
follow this link 

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