Here is how you can downgrade iOS 10.3.2 or iOS 10.3.1 / 10.3 firmware version on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch to a signed firmware version to keep you phone or tablet ready for upcoming Pangu Jailbreak as and when it’s released for compatible devices.
We reported earlier that iOS jailbreak team has hinted at the possible launch of the next Pangu jailbreak for iPhone and iPad running compatible software. Now that the Apple has officially released iOS 10.3.2, which is available via OTA update from your device’s Settings app. As is the case with any iOS update, most user unintentionally manage to upgrade their device to the latest firmware, which can turn into a real headache for the fans of iOS jailbreak because once Apple stops signing older firmware you can no longer downgrade to it when the jailbreak is released for that version.
Although, it is always recommended to keep your device updated with the latest firmware as it contains several bug fixes and new improvements. However, sometimes updating to the new firmware could also start causing issues such as fast battery drain, app crashes and others due to half-ready update or internal glitches. In such cases, downgrading to the previous firmware is a safer option until bugs and errors are removed from the new update. Since Apple is still signing the iOS 10.3.1 version, you can easily downgrade your device to it from the iOS 10.3.2 using iTunes. However, jailbreak supported iOS 10.2 isn’t signed by Apple anymore so you cannot downgrade to it.
But like we mentioned above that iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak is in works and could be release anytime now. Moreover, Apple is hasn’t officially ended iOS 10.3.1, this means you can downgrade to it as we are going to show you how in the link below. You can only downgrade to the iOS 10.3.1 version, earlier versions aren’t supported anymore.
That being said, there is one way of going back to jailbreak compatible iOS 10.2 firmware version using the Prometheus tool and Blobs as shown in this link here.
We would also like to highlight here that it is not guaranteed that the iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak will actually see the light of the day. And as outlined above, there is no jailbreak available for any iOS version above iOS 10.2, so when you downgrade from iOS 10.3.2 to iOS 10.3.1, it could really be if you are experiencing issues since updating your device to the latest iOS 10.3.2 firmware, including fast battery drain, lagging and crashing problems.
Now to downgrade to the iOS 10.3.1, first download the IPSW links for your iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch from this link >> Download iOS 10.3.1 IPSW Final Version For iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. Once downloaded, you can following steps in this link here to >> Downgrade iOS on your device. Downgrade steps are same just use iOS 10.3.1 IPSW in the process.