Install iOS 8 Beta 5 Without UDID And Fix Activation Errors On iOS 8 Beta 5
How To Install iOS 8 Beta 5 for Free Without UDID
Finally, because the iOS 8 beta 5 install process is virtually identical to that of beta 4, 3, 2 and 1’s, we’re merely going to link our readers to our in-depth beta 1 tutorial and highlight the prep work required prior to updating, as well as the necessary steps to revert back to, downgrade, and jailbreak 7.1.2, in today’s article.
- Backup your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad inside of iTunes, this includes the iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, 5, 4S, 4, the 5th generation iPod Touch and the iPad Air, iPad Mini 2, iPad 4, 3.
- Initiate a full restore to iOS 7.1.2, which is currently the latest public firmware at the time of writing this article - this is a necessity.
- Navigate to our in-depth iOS 8 beta 1 guide, follow the update procedure highlighted in said tutorial and then return to this article for important post-update and downgrade steps.
- Ensuing the completion of the iOS 8 beta 5 update, immediately disconnect your iPad, iPod touch or iPhone from your computer and refrain from connecting to iTunes in the future to ensure that you avoid the incredibly obnoxious activation errors.
- Reboot your iDevice to verify that it doesn’t experience any of the previously mentioned Activation Errors.
Hypothetically speaking, the completion of the above steps will officially install iOS 8 beta 5 on any iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch that was previously on iOS 7.1.2.
Downgrade To, And Jailbreak, 7.1.2 UnTethered
- Once your iDevice is running iOS 8 beta 5, it’s possible to downgrade simply by restoring. First, enter recovery mode - to do so, connect to iTunes via a USB cable and hold down the home and power buttons together until iTunes detects that your device has entered recovery mode. Also, if you enabled iCloud’s ‘Find my iPhone’ feature, you’ll need to disable that prior to entering Recovery mode to ensure that you can downgrade.
- iTunes will automatically switch to an overview screen for the device in recovery mode, at which point, simply click the ‘Restore’ button.
- Once the iPod touch, iPad or iPhone is back to iOS 7.1.2, it’s possible to re-jailbreak by following our detailed Pangu jailbreak 7.1.2 tutorial, which is available here for your convenience.
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Where is the download link for iOS 8 Beta 5?
Yes, you can, but you can’t be on ios 8 AND be jailbroken. It’s one or the other… unfortunately.
Is it possible to upgrade to iOS 8 Beta 5 from iOS 7.1.2 that is jailbroken ???
I sure hope that there are people who are using the ios 8 betas to prepare a jailbreak. It would be great if one could be ready right when the firmware goes public.