1. iMore Question's Avatar
    How can I revert to iOS 9.2 from iOS 9.3
    03-31-2016 12:59 AM
  2. Just_Me_D said: Best Answer

    You can't.
  3. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    03-31-2016 07:24 AM
  4. Ledsteplin's Avatar
    Why do you want to? Are you having issues?
    03-31-2016 10:19 AM
  5. neo1998x's Avatar
    How can I revert to iOS 9.2 from iOS 9.3
    Yes you can't. Or if you hack your iOS device. But why?
    03-31-2016 05:35 PM
  6. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    You can't.
    I think he still can... iOS 9.2.1 is still signed

    But I can't see many reasons to do that
    04-01-2016 08:28 AM
  7. Sherry_B's Avatar
    iOS 9.2.1 is still signed
    According to all the updates I've been reading, 9.2 is no longer being signed.
    04-04-2016 09:28 AM
  8. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    According to all the updates I've been reading, 9.2 is no longer being signed.
    As of today I don't know. A few days ago it stil was.
    04-04-2016 04:18 PM
  9. Sherry_B's Avatar
    As of today I don't know. A few days ago it stil was.
    The dates on the blog posts from the articles tell a different story.. like from early February. Even on a few Cydia posts (which do not list date, but you can view comment dates). Peruse the 9.3 betta threads here, and there's a few posts from back then about when Apple stopped signing.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=appl...hrome&ie=UTF-8
    04-04-2016 09:25 PM
  10. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    The dates on the blog posts from the articles tell a different story.. like from early February. Even on a few Cydia posts (which do not list date, but you can view comment dates). Peruse the 9.3 betta threads here, and there's a few posts from back then about when Apple stopped signing.

    https://www.google.com/search?q=appl...hrome&ie=UTF-8
    What ?? February??
    iOS 9.3 was released on March 21st and on March 25th, and iOS 9.2.1 clearly was signed since then...
    I PERSONALLY reverted my colleague iPad to iOS 9.2.1 on March 28th for an issue he had. And iOS 9.2.1 was still signed.
    JanuarJaguar likes this.
    04-05-2016 12:31 AM
  11. Sherry_B's Avatar
    What ?? February??

    Be sure to tell all those journalists that the server their blogs are hosted on has a time/date sync issue.
    04-05-2016 12:34 AM
  12. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    Be sure to tell all those journalists that the server their blogs are hosted on has a time/date sync issue.
    I don't care about bloggers, but if Apple released iOS (last time) on March 25th, the previous version surely was signed since then AT LEAST. Historically Apple keep signed the previous iOS version for a week or two after release, to permit users with installation issues to revert back, and that fits with my installation on 28th experience.
    So a blogger speaking about early February is just spreading bs
    04-05-2016 12:38 AM
  13. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    Be sure to tell all those journalists that the server their blogs are hosted on has a time/date sync issue.
    Lol. I checked better, you misread that.
    Your link was related to iOS 9.2, not iOS 9.2.1


    As of TODAY iOS 9.2.1 is still signed by Apple.
    You can check here:

    https://ipsw.me/signed

    The situation could change any day from now, as usual
    04-05-2016 12:40 AM
  14. Sherry_B's Avatar
    Lol. I checked better, you misread that.
    Your link was related to iOS 9.2, not iOS 9.2.1

    Edit: the OP asked about 9.2, not 9.2.1.

    How can I revert to iOS 9.2 from iOS 9.3
    Your advice was sound and good.... but tossing it in there caused the confusion.
    04-05-2016 12:42 AM
  15. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    You are correct. I did. Apologies!
    No problem
    04-05-2016 12:45 AM
  16. Sherry_B's Avatar
    No problem

    Read my edit.
    04-05-2016 12:50 AM
  17. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    Edit: the OP asked about 9.2, not 9.2.1.



    Your advice was sound and good.... but tossing it in there caused the confusion.
    Well, I can't see any particular reason to revert specifically to iOS 9.2 and not iOS 9.2.1
    I can just see a reason to revert back to the last iOS 9.2 release available, 9.2.1 it is, if the user is experiencing some issues with iOS 9.3, thus my advice.

    Btw after 9.3.1 release I just advice to upgrade to the latest available
    04-05-2016 12:52 AM
  18. Sherry_B's Avatar
    Well, I can't see any particular reason to revert specifically to iOS 9.2 and not iOS 9.2.1
    I can just see a reason to revert back to the last iOS 9.2 release available, 9.2.1 it is, if the user is experiencing some issues with iOS 9.3, thus my advice.

    Btw after 9.3.1 release I just advice to upgrade to the latest available

    Agreed! Still... apologies about the confusion.
    04-05-2016 01:02 AM
  19. MaxSmarties's Avatar
    Agreed! Still... apologies about the confusion.
    No reasons to apologize.... In a way we were both correct
    Sherry_B likes this.
    04-05-2016 01:03 AM
  20. alberto bonito's Avatar
    04-12-2016 05:03 AM
  21. alberto bonito's Avatar
    I think he still can... iOS 9.2.1 is still signed

    But I can't see many reasons to do that
    04-12-2016 05:04 AM

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