Recently Apple released iOS 7.0.2, which debugged a serious security issue, that was while using iPhone, the user could easily bypass the lock screen code. it was debugged in this recent update, but after downloading this update some people are going through problem and we have heard that some of the devices including iPad and iPhone were left unable to work after the update.
If your Device is not working you can easily downgrade your iOS 7.0.2 to iOS 7 by following the east steps mentioned below:
- Make sure you’ve updated to iTunes 11.1
- Plug your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch into iTunes
- Agree to trust the computer if iOS 7 asks
- Backup your device, if you don’t want a clean install
- Click “Restore”
- Let iTunes download and re-install iOS 7 on your device
If iTunes says there is no new version to update to, you can do it forcibly by putting your iPhone, iPad, or iPod into DFU mode after the backup, then doing the restore. DFU (Device Firmware Update) mode will make sure you download and install the latest release version of iOS off of Apple’s servers.
Downgrading iOS 7.0.2 to iOS 7 will turn your device back to normal.
If you have any questions, do ask them in the comment section below.