Unjailbreak your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch: How To Video
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Whether you regret customizing iOS beyond recognition or you just need to take your device to the Genius Bar for repairs, here's a simple method of restoring it to its former self.
Maybe you jailbreak your I device and realize that the underground world of India isn't clear -- he or maybe you're thinking about jailbreaking your iPhone iPad or iPod. But first you want to know how easy it is to revert back to Iowa. The good news is that until -- is as easy as restoring your device from a previous -- I'm that you not to lose your data in the process it's a good thing too because if you ever need to go to the genius bar you have to un jailbreak first. I talk to -- his -- and from the chronic asking about this and here's what you suggest it. First secret job that I device with iTunes to backup all of your data or the only -- to iPod and make sure to force -- by going to settings. ICloud storage back up and back up now. Either way it can take a few minutes to complete the thinking process. When the backup is done and your devices connected to iTunes click on its name and hit restore. Now iTunes will restore your phone or iPad or iPod to factory settings. When -- don't really rooting your device we'll look like it's brand new so go and start setting it up that way. When you get to this screen and choose which ever -- -- -- to back up. In this case all connect to iTunes again it picked the backup I just made and hit continue. In a few minutes the device will restart one more time and when it's done. Everything will be back to normal without -- or any obvious -- that you once broken out of jail. If you have any questions hit me up on Twitter and subscribe to make -- a profile from warns it's like this for CNET and sharing back. I.