Downgrade iOS 13.4.5 Beta to iOS 13.4 on iPhone and iPad

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Here's how you can downgrade iOS 13.4.5 beta / iPadOS 13.4.5 beta to iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4 running on iPhone or iPad.

Downgrade iOS 13.4.5 Beta to iOS 13.4 Final on iPhone and iPad Today if You're Experiencing Bugs and Other Issues

On the features end, iOS 13.4.5 and iPadOS 13.4.5 do not bring much to the table. And since this is an early beta, therefore you will run into a bunch of troubles with the software update too. So, it is best that you downgrade iOS 13.4.5 beta to iOS 13.4 final if you want to bring normalcy in your day to day usage. If you are all up for that, then read more for details.

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Backup Everything Before Going Ahead

Downgrading essentially means performing a clean install of the software, therefore backup everything to a safe and secure location before going ahead. You can use iTunes, Finder or iCloud. The choice is completely yours as long as it is convenient.

Download iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4 Final IPSW

Download the iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4.1 IPSW firmware file and save it to your desktop. Please download the correct one otherwise the downgrade will simply fail.

Downgrade iOS 13.4.5 Beta to iOS 13.4

This is the last step in the process. As mentioned above, you are going to be performing a clean installation of iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4 on your iPhone and iPad. Once you have backed everything up, downloaded the necessary firmware file(s), follow the tutorial outlined here for a clean installation of iOS 13.4 / iPadOS 13.4: Clean Install iOS 13 Final or iPadOS on iPhone, iPad Right Now [Tutorial]

Once the clean installation is completely, iOS will ask you if you want to setup your device from scratch or just perform a restore of a previous backup. Take the necessary steps in order to get your device in the state it was previously in.

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