How to Downgrade from iOS 14 Beta to iOS 13 without iTunes

by Jenefey Aaron   Updated on 2020-09-07 / Update for  iOS Downgrade

iOS 11.3 now is available with some attractive new features like battery health & power management, ARKit improvements and new Animoji. For those who cannot wait to install iOS 14 Beta, it may not be entirely a good thing as someone reported unexpected iOS stuck issues during or after update.

Don’t worry if you are in the same situation, here is a guide to show you how to downgrade iOS 14 Beta and go back to iOS 13 later versions for your iPhone X/8 (Plus)/7/6/6s, iPad and iPod.

Steps to Remove iOS 14 Beta on iPhone, iPad

Someone may wonder if they can downgrade to iOS 14 Beta without iTunes since iTunes is quite cumbersome to operate and they may lose all data during restore process. Luckily for us, Tenorshare ReiBoot will save a lot of trouble. It's worth mentioning that ReiBoot also works to downgrade iOS 14 Beta.

Similar to iTunes, it allows users to downgrade iOS 14 Beta to 13 public release, however, the biggest difference to tell ReiBoot apart is that you won’t take the risk of data loss. All operations are clear and direct. If you are interested in it, go and get the free trial from below link.

To go back to iOS 13 from iOS 14 Beta , follow below steps.

Step 1: Launch Tenorshare ReiBoot on a PC or Mac and connect your iOS device. Select Fix All iOS Stuck to move on.

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Step 2: Click Fix Now and download online IPSW file. ReiBoot will provide you with newest one by default, or you can manually import one by clicking Select option on the bottom.

return back to ios 11.2
Note: You can only import the IPSW file that Apple hasn’t stopped signing yet, here for example, iOS 13.7 and others.

Step 3: Click Start Repair when the iOS 13.7 firmware is ready. Wait patiently for the whole installation process to complete.

There you go. With 3 steps, you can successfully restore iOS 14 beta to iOS 13 or later versions with Tenorshare ReiBoot. If you are itching to try iOS 11.3, you might as well wait for the final official version.

If you need further guidance about downgrading iOS 14 Beta , please refer to below video.