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I am currently running iOS 9.2 but i wanna downgrade to iOS 9.0.2 for jailbreak or any other iOS which is possible to jailbreak I have the iOS 9.0.2 ipsw with me how to restore to it? Any Help Would Be Appreciated

asked 05 Jan '16, 00:38

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Arav-iOS Guy

Not possible, you'll have to wait for 9.2/9.2.1 to be jailbroken, like a lot of us are. If/when it happens it will be in the channel topic on IRC here.


answered 05 Jan '16, 01:22

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So if i am currently on 9.1 should i update to 9.2 and wait for the jailbreak, or stay where i am at currently?

(05 Jan '16, 16:06) Corona4 Corona4's gravatar image

Your choice.

(05 Jan '16, 20:01) xamas xamas's gravatar image

Any dialogue in which route to go

(05 Jan '16, 20:06) Corona4 Corona4's gravatar image

Really doesn't matter. If a jailbreak comes, it would most probably be for the latest iOS.

(05 Jan '16, 21:21) xamas xamas's gravatar image

@Corona4, historically no jailbreak has ever been released for non-current firmware at the time of the jailbreak release. In other words, if a jailbreak comes out today, it will work on 9.2. It may also work on 9.1, but it won't only work on 9.1. There is no advantage to staying on 9.1 now. There's also no real advantage, jailbreak-wise, to updating to 9.2, as 9.2.1 will drop any day now (likely within a week, maybe two), and the jailbreak will be for that version.

(07 Jan '16, 14:14) spockers ♦♦ spockers's gravatar image
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