Uninstall & Remove iOS 13 & iPadOS 13 Downgrade to iOS 12.3 Tutorial for iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch & Keep Data (Mac and Windows). Detailed Walkthough & More Information Below! JB Status Checker HERE: 📲 👈
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2.Hold “COMMAND” and press “,” (comma)
3.Click “Devices” in the pop up that appears.
4.Choose the backup you plan to restore.
5.Right click on the backup that you plan to restore.
6.Select “Show in Finder” from the drop down menu that appears.
7.From within finder, open the Info.plist file with your preferred .plist editor
*Use XCode it can be found in the AppStore
8.Inside the Info.plist file, locate the Product Version string.
9.Once you locate the Product Version string, you need to change it to the iOS version that you plan to perform the restore on; or below.
10.Return to iTunes and restore backup as you normally would.
2.Locate the iTunes folder that contains your backups, from the location shown here.
ThisPC,LocalDisk(C:),Users,YOURUSERNAMEHERE,Appdata,Roaming, AppleComputer, MobileSync,Backup
To view this folder you must enable Hidden Folders
You can enable Hidden Folders by ticking the box in File Explorer
3.Inside folder, you need to locate the backup you want to restore.
*If you are unsure as to which backup you are looking for, you can just compare the time stamp of the file folder with the time stamp of your backup (in iTunes).
4.locate the info.plist file.
5.Open Info.plist file with your preferred.plist editor
Some Plist editors may cause corruption, Plist Pad may very well be one such editor. To be safe avoid Plist Pad
I have used a simple text editor to edit .plist but I recommend using a proper Plist editor. Some text editors can cause corruption
6.Inside the Info.plist file, locate the product version string.
7.Once you locate the Product Version string you need to change it to the iOS version that you plan to perform the restore on; or below.
8.Return to iTunes and restore backup as you normally would.
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