Ios 6 beta not updating
All 64-bit devices are expected to be supported eventually.
Yalu for i OS 10.2 already has Cydia Substrate enabled, without the dubious hacks which people were employing on the previous betas, and should offer more stability than the previous betas too.
From there, look for the latest i OS release for your specific device, and download the firmware to your desktop.
3) If you have Find My i Phone enabled on your device, go to Settings Find My i Phone, and turn off Find My i Phone.
You should be able to move up through the releases without a problem.
Currently, the tool can only be installed by downloading it from Todesco’s website and then side-loading it onto your device using Cydia Impactor. If you are unsure as to how to go about this, give it a miss for now.
He has stated he will not be able to make those changes until at least the weekend, as he needs to be able to test on those devices.
This includes all 4k devices (memory page size, not screen resolution), which is every device earlier than and including the i Phone 6.
Current device support extends to: Community members have added offsets (which provide support for other devices) to the code but they do not work yet, as the code needs further modifications from Todesco.
I will be posting a guide on how to install the tool soon!
In the meantime, if you’re unsure as to what OS version you need to be on or what course of action to take, check out my updated guide, which talks through all the options you have as regards updating, restoring, and jailbreaking.
In this post, we will detail a couple of ways how you can switch from an i OS beta to an official i OS release.
Probably the most common way of going at it is to downgrade the operating system to a previously released public version of i OS.