Tuesday, September 30, 2014

How to Install iOS 8.0.2 on iPhone, iPad [Direct Links and Guide]

All iDevice users are offered to install iOS 8.0.2 on their iPhone, iPod touch and iPad after iOS 8.0.1 failure. Apple offers this new firmware update and we will publish the new iOS 8.0.2 installation guide to make it easier for you to update to this operating system version right now, of course, if this is what you want to do.

There will be a list of download 8.0.2 links with all current models that are supported by this update.You can choose iPhone upgrade to 8.0.2 via OTA-update or install this firmware manually via iTunes.

How to Install iOS 8.0.2

Before we share how to install iOS 8.0.2 iPhone instruction we will remind you that this update supports iPhones from iPhone 4S and up to iPhone 6 Plus, iPod touch 5G, and all iPads beginning with the iPad 2.

Step 1. Backup your gadget using iCloud or do this via iTunes. It doesn’t matter what program you select. It is just important to have a backup copy of all your iDevice data.

Step 2. Launch iTunes [it has to be the most recent version of this program] and connect your smartphone or tablet to your computer.

Step 3. Select your iDevice from the top right menu and choose “Check for Update” [there is no need to hold down any keys while you are clicking on this option]. If the tool sees the most recent firmware version iOS 8.0.2 let it download it automatically. Skip steps 4-7.

Step 4. Users whose iTunes didn’t download 8.0.2 version, you can do so yourself through the download iOS 8.0.2 links.

Step 5. Unzip the file you have downloaded and save it on your desktop.

Step 6. Click Shift / Option key depending on whether you are on Windows or Mac computer and select Check for Update option. The program will ask you to confirm that you want to Update.

Step 7. Show iTunes where the firmware file is and allow it updating you to this firmware version.

Step 8. Once the update is installed you can enjoy using iOS 8.0.2 on your iDevice. Note that your smartphone / tablet will reboot once it is updated to the newest firmware version.


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