Wednesday, June 4, 2014

How to Install iOS 8 Without UDID and Dev Account

The most recent firmware version for iPhone and iPad is iOS 8. Its first beta was released on June 2. iOS developers could update on Monday, as for ordinary users who don’t have a dev account with iOS Dev Center, they are also able toinstall iOS 8 without UDID now.

The procedure is not difficult and it can be performed by you at your own risk. Keep this in mind. We’ll explain how to install iOS 8 without developer account.

In most situations, new beta firmwares can be installed by users who have an UDID registered in Apple’s Dev Center. Sometimes it is possible to update to iOS 8 without UDID. Some users have already tried this method and are happy to test the most recent firmware version 8 now. Remember that once Apple updates this iOS or releases the official version you will have to update.

How to Upgrade to iOS 8 without UDID

Here is how it should work for you if you actually decide to use this method and you are not registered in Apple Dev Center meaning you cannot update officially.

Step 1. There is no need to download iOS 8 beta for your particular model as direct links require you to login with your Dev Account. Instead, launch iTunes on your computer.

Step 2. Update via iTunes, but hold down Option on Mac computer and Shift on Windows as you click on “Check for Update” option.

Step 3. The update should work and allow you install the new firmware. This is a little trick that can work for you.

We hope to hear from you. Did it work? Is it possible to update to iOS 8 without developer account? Feel free to share your opinion with us.

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