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Downgrade iOS 14.2 to iOS 14.1 to Jailbreak SOON!

How to downgrade iOS 14.2 to iOS 14.1 so you can jailbreak iOS 14 when it's released.

Recently Apple released iOS 14.2. On the surface, iOS 14.2 offers some very appealing features and changes. However, iOS 14.2 is hiding something nefarious: security patches. iOS 14.2 closes key kernel vulnerabilities that exist in iOS 14.1 and below. It’s possible that said vulnerabilities could be exploited to lead to and iOS 14 jailbreak! That’s why today we will show you exactly how to downgrade from iOS 14.2 to iOS 14.1. However it is important to mention that you must act quickly, as Apple will STOP signing iOS 14.1 shortly!

iOS 14 Downgrades are Time-Sensitive!

iOS 13 Jailbreak 13.2 In order to downgrade, as mentioned above, you must be quick. This tutorial is incredibly time-sensitive. Once Apple stops signing iOS 14.1, it will no longer be possible to downgrade!

Current signing status: YES!

If you see a green “yes“, Apple is still signing iOS 14.1. If you see a red “no“, Apple is no longer signing iOS 14.1.

Which iOS 14 Devices can Downgrade to iOS 14.1?

Jailbreak iOS 12.1.2 All iOS 14-powered devices are able to revert back to iOS 14.2 from iOS 14.1. This includes all iPhones, even the iPhone 12 series, all iPads, and the iPod touch.

Downgrade Prerequisites

It’s imperative to mention that downgrades are only possible if Apple is still signing the target firmware (being 14.1). Because of a number of security checks Finder (Mac) and iTunes (Windows) perform when restoring a device, Apple has to give the “go ahead” on their end before the downgrade initiates. In other words, this guide will expire and will no longer function once Apple stops signing the aforementioned version of iOS 14; it’s only a matter of time.

How to Downgrade to iOS 13.5

Backup iCloud Downgrade Important Note: not all data will remain on your device when going back to 14.1. This is a deterrent measure implemented by Apple to prevent people from downgrading. Anything that’s not saved in iCloud is subject to being lost. We suggest enabling Messages in iCloud, iCloud Photo library, and other iCloud services before the downgrade process. It’s also recommended to create a backup prior to downgrading, just to be safe. Step 1: Download the iOS 14.1 IPSW from the download section listed below. If you’re on Windows, ensure iTunes is up-to-date. If you’re on macOS, ensure you have the latest system updates install in the System Preferences app.

Note: After clicking the download for the IPSW, you must select the proper IPSW for your device. Use the lookup tool on the left to help if you encounter problems.

Step 2: Connect your device to your computer via a USB cable. Open iTunes (Windows) or Finder (Mac) and navigate to the device section. Ensure your computer is trusted on your device. If it’s not, you’ll need to establish a trusted connection. Tap “Trust” on-device when the pop-up appears and click the prompt on your computer. Step 3: Backup! This is the most important step. If you skip this step, you may lose your data if anything goes wrong with the downgrade process. Let the backup complete and ensure that it has fully finished before you proceed. Step 4: Click “Check for Update” while holding the Shift key on Windows or the Option (alt) key on Mac. Select the iOS 14.1 IPSW you downloaded earlier and click open. Step 5. Sit back and let the process complete. iTunes will perform a number of verifications and checks with Apple’s servers. Once finished, you’ll need to follow the on-device prompts to setup your device.

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Congratulations, the iOS 14.2 downgrade to iOS 14.1 process is complete! You’re now ready to jailbreak once a utility is released. Thank you for reading and stay tuned for more jailbreak updates. Follow us on social to stay in the loop (Twitter / Facebook).

Download iOS 14.1 IPSW (Firmware)

Download iOS 14.1 IPSW by clicking here.

Download iTunes iOS 11.3.1 Jailbreak

Download iTunes for Windows by clicking here.

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