Downgrade from iOS 9.3.3 to iOS 6.1.3 with an iPhone 4s -


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Sunday, 1 January 2017

Downgrade from iOS 9.3.3 to iOS 6.1.3 with an iPhone 4s

Chances are that if you have an iPhone 4s updated to iOS 9.3.3 have noticed that their performance leaves much to be desired when compared to earlier versions of iOS.

Well, if that is your case you're in luck, because just published a method that allows the downgrade to iOS 6.1.3, so it will be possible again enjoy optimal performance.


  • IPhone 4s upgraded to iOS 9.3.3
  • iPhone 4s downgrader (Windows only)
  • Libimobiledevice
  • Cydia Impactor

Step-by-step tutorial

  1. Connect your iPhone 4s to your computer via USB.
  2. Unzip the "4S 6.1.3 Downgrade" file to a folder called "downgrade" on your desktop.
  3. Install "libimobiledevice".
  4. Unzip "Trident-Kloader" in the same folder as the second step.
  5. Unzip "Cydia Impactor" on the desktop.
  6. Execute Cydia Impactor.
  7. Drag "Trident-Kloader.ipa" to Cydia Impactor.
  8. Enter the data of your Apple ID to install the ipa file on your iPhone 4s.
  9. If everything went well, you will see a new icon on your iPhone 4s, run it and press "Start".
  10. Once you have pressed Start, it goes back to the computer and runs the command line.
  11. To do this press "Windows + R" and type cmd.
  12. At the command line, go to the following path:
  13. "C: \ Users \ mycomputer \ Desktop \ downgrade \ libimobiledevice"
  14. Remember to move between directories must use the "cd" command.
  15. Type "idevicediagnostics sleep" (without quotes) and press enter.
  16. After that, the iPhone will be black and iTunes will recognize it in recovery mode.
  17. Close iTunes and press the start button on your iPhone 4s until you hear the sound from Windows when recognizing a USB connected device.
  18. Return to the computer and run the command line again.
  19. Go back to the previous route:
  20. "C: \ Users \ mycomputer \ Desktop \ downgrade \ libimobiledevice"
  21. Type "idevicerestore.exe -e custom.ipsw" (without quotes) and press enter.
  22. Once the process is complete, you will have returned to iOS 6.1.3 and you will have recovered all the lost performance.

You see, it really is a fairly simple process, so if you keep using an iPhone 4s you seriously think that you go back to iOS 6.1.3 recommend.

Yes, it is important to bear in mind that doing so is possible that some applications may not work, since they no longer had to support iOS 6 on an update.

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