- You will have to remove the iOS 15 Beta software profile.
- Put your iPhone into recovery mode.
- Restore iOS 14 through iTunes.
Testing the first developer beta of the iOS update is not everyone’s cup of tea. You are using beta means you are fighting with some invisible bugs that can slow down your device. Keenly installed iOS 15 beta? Want to go back to iOS 14? If so, then we are here.
It happened to me last year when I installed iOS 14 beta on my iPhone, and it started showing several bugs every day. After a couple of days, I decided to move back to stable iOS 13 and wait for the stable version of iOS 14. I guess this year you are facing the same problem since you are here. Hence, this guide is about how to downgrade from iOS 15 to iOS 14. If you have made your mind and want to avoid some potential risk, then let’s go back to iOS 14 from iOS 15 with the help of this post.
How To Downgrade From iOS 15 To iOS 14
Note: Before you go ahead to the process, make sure that you have the backup of your iPhone data.
- Firstly, delete the beta profile by going to Settings > General > VPN & Device Management.
- Under the Configuration Profile, tap on ‘iOS 15 Beta Software Profile.’
- Now tap on “Remove Profile” option to delete iOS 15 Beta Profile from your device and then restart your iPhone.
- Connect your iPhone to your PC and put it into recovery mode.
- You will see the message on the iTunes screen saying that there is a problem with your iPhone. Tap on the “Restore” button.
- After hitting the Restore button, your device will install the current stable version of iOS (means iOS 14 right now). After download, your iPhone will exit the recovery mode.
- Now set up your iPhone using the backup.
After following the above steps, you can have iOS 14 back on your iPhone by removing iOS 15 beta. If you still have FOMO to use iOS 15, then you can wait for a few weeks to get the iOS 15 Public Beta version.
Please do not forget to share what forced you to downgrade to iOS 14 from iOS 15 through the comment box.