The iOS 11 beta offers really cool new features that will really transform the way you use your device. But is also comes with a number of issues that can really render your device unusable. If you downloaded the beta and have now changed your mind, downgrading to iOS 10.3.2 is quite easy to accomplish. Most of the time it simply involves putting the device in recovery mode and allowing iTunes to restore and update the device, an action that should install iOS 10.3.2 on your device.
That said, downgrading your build is a major change to the device and can also cause some issues with the device. One of these issues is a device that remains stuck on the Apple Logo. If this is what you encountered while trying to downgrade iOS 11 beta, we will offer you some solutions that may work.
1 Force Restart the iPhone/iPad
If your device gets stuck while downgrading from iOS 11 beta to iOS 10.3.2, one of the simplest solutions to the problem can be to force restart it. You can do this by holding down the Sleep/Wake and Home (Volume, if you are using iPhone 7) buttons for at least 10 seconds or until you see the Apple Logo.
2 Use iOS Fix Tool
If a forced restart doesn’t work, you may need to take more drastic measures. In most cases third party tools like iMyFone iOS System Recovery can help you get your device out of the Apple Logo issue and working normally again. This particular tool stands out among the rest because it is so simple to use, yet so valuable in its service and reliability. The following are some of the features that make it the ideal tool for you.
- None of the data on your device is at risk of loss and your device will not be damaged in any way.
- It is very easy to use. You can fix your iOS system in three simple steps in a matter of minutes.
- It can be useful in fixing other forms of iOS errors including a device stuck on the Apple Logo, stuck on a black or white screen as well as a device that is stuck in recovery mode.
Fix Stuck on Apple Logo Issue Using iMyFone iOS System Recovery
Follow these simple steps to get your device out of the Apple Logo problem using iMyfone iOS system recovery.
Begin by downloading and installing the program to your computer and then follow these very simple steps.
Step 1: Launch the program and in the main interface, click on the “Start” button. Connect the device to the computer using USB cables. The program should recognize the device. Click on the “Start” button and follow the on-screen instructions.
Step 2: In order to fix the system, the program needs to download the latest firmware. The program provides you with the latest firmware, all you have to do is click “Download” to continue.
Step 3: Wait for the download process to be completed. Once it is done, the program will immediately begin fixing the faulty iOS. The process shouldn’t take too long and in a few minutes, your device will restart in normal mode and you should now be able to use it without any problems
3 Put Your Device in Recovery Mode and Restore It
You can also try to put the device in recovery mode and then plug it into iTunes to restore it. The following is a step by step guide to help you do that.
Step 1: Open iTunes on your computer and make sure that it’s updated. If it’s not, take a moment to install the updated version.
Step 2: To put your device in recovery mode, press and hold the Home button (volume button for iPhone 7) and connect a lightning cable to the device (without connecting the other end to the computer). Keep holding the button and only let it go when you see the iTunes logo on the screen.
Step 3: Now connect the other end of the cable to the computer and iTunes will display a message saying a device in recovery mode has been detected. Click on “Restore” to allow iTunes to restore your device to the latest backup.
We hope your device is back to normal and that you are now able to use it without any further issues. Let us know how it works out for you.