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You probably should not run a public beta of iOS on your primary device. But maybe you took the plunge anyway – anything to come in with that candy Memoji Action – and now you regret it. Maybe an app you use every day is not yet compatible with iOS 12 and you want to go back.
You can, Whether you can re-adjust everything as it was before jumping into beta depends on how (and if) you have secured your phone.
How to recover iOS 11 from an iTunes backup
If you Install the iOS 12 Beta, you'll be told to make an iTunes backup of your iOS 11 device first. Finally, iCloud backups are not backward compatible. So if you keep accessing iCloud, it's smart a bound backup in iTunes before major OS upgrades like this.
If you do, we recommend that you enable the check box to encrypt the backup. This saves your health data and app logins. Apple also suggests that you go to iTunes> Settings> Devices, right-click the device backup in the list and select Archive. This will prevent this backup from being overwritten by subsequent backups of the same device. It's like backup insurance.
If you have this archived backup, restoring your phone is a simple process. If you do not, skip this section for the moment, read on and come back to this later when you have decided what to do.
- Connect the phone to your computer and start iTunes. Click the phone icon in the toolbar to open the summary page.
- Put your device in recovery mode. This process depends on your device. For an iPhone X, iPhone 8, or iPhone 8 Plus, press Volume up and Volume down once, and then press and hold the standby button on the side until the recovery mode screen appears. Hold Sleep and Volume Down simultaneously on an iPhone 7 or 7 Plus. Hold on to the Apple logo until the recovery mode screen appears. On an iPhone 6s or earlier, iPod touch or iPad, hold down the Hibernate and Home buttons when you restart the device, but do not release it when you see the Apple logo. Press and hold until the recovery mode screen appears.
- Once your device is in recovery mode, iTunes asks if you want to update or restore it. Select Restore. This will completely erase your phone– That's fine, since you have this backup.
- Log in to your restored device with your Apple ID to activate it.
- Next, you will be asked if you want to restore a backup. Since you're still connected to iTunes, just select the archived backup of your iOS 11 device and click Next to restore.
- When it's done, the iPhone will turn off. Restart it and follow the installation instructions.
To set when you make a backup in iCloud
Again, iCloud backups are not backwards compatible. If your iCloud backup was created with the beta version of iOS 12, you will not be able to recover it. But if you have an older iCloud backup before upgrading to the beta version of iOS 12, it might just work – and it's worth a try.
To see how old your iCloud backup is, go to Settings, tap your name to view your iCloud settings, and then tap iCloud> Manage Storage> Backups and your device. This shows you how old the backup is. If it comes from before the upgrade to iOS 12, proceed with caution.
Follow steps 1 to 3 first and you'll be done with a restored iOS 11 phone. This process deletes all your dataand leaves a fresh iPhone.
Once you've completed the setup process, the Apps & Data screen will ask you if you want to set it up as a new device, restore it from an iTunes backup, or restore it from an iCloud backup. Tap Restore from iCloud Backup, tap Backup and select one from the list.
If you set up your restored iOS 11 iPhone as a new device, you can still try this method by tapping Settings> General> Reset and then tapping "Clear all content and settings", which will delete your iPhone without updating iOS , This redirects you through the setup process and lets you try Restoring iCloud Backup instead.
How can I recover if you have no backups at all?
That is hard. You're basically stuck on iOS 12, or you'll lose all your data going back to iOS 11. Do you see why it is so important to secure before you join the beta program?
If you do not mind starting a new iPhone, follow steps 1 to 3 above to restore the phone with a new copy of iOS 11. Before you delete your phone, check your iCloud settings to see if you sync everything to iCloud, including your iMessages, contacts, calendars, emails, reminders, notes, safari bookmarks, health information, and any photos you take saved in your iCloud Photo Library. This will sync everyone to your phone once you restore it and log back in to iCloud.
You'll need to reinstall all your apps and sign in to all your accounts again. And many apps keep your data in the cloud (think of Kindle, Google Photo, Facebook, Twitter, pretty much everything with a login), once you sign up again, everything is still there.
Start fresh can be nice. It's a chance to evaluate which apps you like Really need. I like to start with my everyday apps that I can ride or die with, and add others if I miss them, which can never be the case. To find old apps, search the entire app store, or browse the list of apps you own by going to Updates, tapping your avatar, and then tapping Bought.
Use iMazing to save some data before restoring
The biggest drawback to starting "New" is losing messages or photos that you do not back up with iCloud. If you want to save this before you revert to iOS 11 while deleting your phoneGet a handy app for your Mac or PC called Imazing,
iMazing can back up your device with iOS 12 beta, then extract the data you want from the backup. So you can save all messages in messages, including their attachments, all your photos, voice memos, anything you really want to keep. iMazing can transfer all this to your computer for safekeeping.
The free trial limits how much you can save (50 photos, 10 messages, 1 voicemail, etc.) before you need to buy a $ 40 license, but that's a small price to secure for any photos you forgot to back up , Mac users can also access the full version of iMazing Setzeapp, a $ 10 / month Bundle of Mac apps This has a free 7-day trial.
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