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    How to Downgrade from iOS 9 to iOS 8.4.1 on iPhone and iPad?

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    As iOS 9 is now a public,  You may be excited about its new features and some of you already had a iOS 9 in your iDevices.  But after downloading iOS 9 public version, you have experienced some glitches in your iDevice; some apps are not yet compatible with this latest version or you feel that your phone runs slower with this latest iOS version or perhaps you are still so much in love with that previous iOS version.
    As iOS 9 is now a public,  You may be excited about its new features and
    some of you already had a iOS 9 in your iDevices.
    But after downloading iOS 9 public version, you
    have experienced some glitches in your iDevice; some apps are not yet
    compatible with this latest version or you feel that your phone runs slower
    with this latest iOS version or perhaps you are still so much in love with that
    previous iOS version.
    Don’t worry you can downgrade back to earlier
    version 8.4.1.

    Apple normally signs off the previous version a
    month or two after it officially launches new iOS. Note: you cannot restore the
    same on the older version of iOS you have got. You can only downgrade your
    iDevices to iOS 8.4.1 because Apple stills signing this iOS. You can check the
    Apple signing status in this link. https://ipsw.me
    Before you downgrade from iOS 9 to iOS 8.4.1, you
    need to download iOS 8.4.1 IPSW from our Download Section that is compatible with your iDevices.

    How to Downgrade from iOS 9 to iOS 8.4.1
    Step 1. First launch
    Settings app on your iDevice → Tap iCloud.

    As iOS 9 is now a public,  You may be excited about its new features and some of you already had a iOS 9 in your iDevices.  But after downloading iOS 9 public version, you have experienced some glitches in your iDevice; some apps are not yet compatible with this latest version or you feel that your phone runs slower with this latest iOS version or perhaps you are still so much in love with that previous iOS version.
    Step 2. Scroll down and tap on “Find My Phone” & Toggle it oFF.

    As iOS 9 is now a public,  You may be excited about its new features and some of you already had a iOS 9 in your iDevices.  But after downloading iOS 9 public version, you have experienced some glitches in your iDevice; some apps are not yet compatible with this latest version or you feel that your phone runs slower with this latest iOS version or perhaps you are still so much in love with that previous iOS version.
    Step 4. Now switch
    off your iDevice by long pressing power button.
    Step 5. Open iTunes
    on your computer.
    Step 6. Connect your
    iDevice to the computer via USB cable.
    Step 7. Enter your
    iDevice into Recovery Mode by Pressing power button and home button
    simultaneously for 10 seconds.
    Step 8. Now release
    the power button & hold the home button.
    A message will pop up in iTunes: A
    device has been detected in recovery mode.
    Now be ready for the downgrade
    process.
    Step 9. If you are
    using Mac OS X, press OPTION & click the Restore button.
    If you are using Windows computer, press
    SHIFT & click the Restore button.
    Step 10. Browse iOS
    8.4.1 IPSW file you have downloaded earlier and select that file.
    Do not mess with your device while
    downgrade process because it might take some time.
    Once the downgrade procedure completes, your device will
    flash a new setup screen. Enjoy! Now you are on the previous iOS. Stay Updated.

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