For those who upgraded to iOS 6 and are not exactly happy campers after taking the big leap, you’ve got two options – either sell your iOS device and hop on over to the Android side of the fence, or if your allegiance is still with iOS, downgrade to iOS 5.1.1.
Door no. 2, downgrading, is the less troublesome route, in my opinion, but that’s not to say, though, it’s not without its own set of limitations.
First, you can only downgrade A4-powered devices. That’s the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS and 4th gen iPod touch, if you’re not that familiar with the inner workings of your iOS device. But more importantly, the isn’t exactly recommended for technophobes, ’cause it entails more steps than just pressing a couple of buttons.
That said, for those who just couldn’t take another day of living with iOS 6, the reward here is worth the extra effort.
Then download redsn0w 0.9.14b2 now – Mac users can get it here, Windows users download it from here – and head on over to Redmondpie for the full tutorial on how you can go back to enjoying iOS 5.1.1 on your iPhone/iPod touch.
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