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How to update to IOS 8.1 BETA now

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Apple has released the ios 8.1 beta 2 few days back. Its the next big ios 8 update. Apple pay features are enabled here. On the upcoming next iPad event on 16th OCT 2014, Apple will come up with the new iPads, OS X Yosemite and also with macs. 
As well all know that, there is so many bugs and lags and annoying features in ios 8.0.2. All these buggs are fixed and the ios is very much improved in the ios 8.1 beta. Apple will working on ios 8.1, and 8.2 and also in 8.3 altogether.
IOS 8.1 beta everything got improved and its quite more faster than the ios 8.0.2. The ios 8.1 update also enhances the graphics of your device. Its gives a more clean and sophisticated look to your device. Its remarkable. If you want to update to a ios beta version now than you need to add your iPhone,iPad,iPod UDID to Apple Developer Account. We are also offering udid registration service to Apple Developer Program at low cost. if you want to update your iPhone,iPod,iPad to the latest upcoming ios 8.1 beta now then follow the steps below:

How to update to ios 8.1 / 8.2 / 8.x.x beta Now:
Step 1: Register your UDID to Apple Developer Account. (Click here)If you have already registered once with us for ios 8 then you don’t need to re-register again. but if you haven’t registered/registration expired then register first else your device will be stuck at activation err.

Step 2: Download the ios 8.1 beta ipsw file. You can download it from anywhere doesn’t matter from where you download it. You can find it also to download from our iAppleStuffs download section.

Step 3: Backup your device in iTunes. Because you can’t update via OTA to a beta version. You need to perform a full update using iTunes. Plus even if you can do OTA, i will suggest you not to do OTA updates. Its always better if you do a clean install using iTunes. And after that restore from the backup if you need to. Better if you start everything from new. Plus iCloud backup is the best.

Step 4: After you have done step 1 2 3 now you are ready to update. So open up iTunes.
Step 5: Hold Shift/Option key in your keyboard and click on Restore / Update in iTunes. A window will open then select the ios 8.x.x beta ipsw which you downloaded.

Step 6: Now let iTunes do the rest. it will update you to ios 8.1

Step 7: Now you can setup iPhone as new or you can now restore from iTunes backup which you created on step 3.

Possible errors you might get & how to fix them:

iTunes errors like 3914/3014/(-54) errors: Update your iTunes to the latest version. before you update your device to ios 8 beta. Download the latest version of iTunes it from here.
Activation err: If you haven’t registered udid and updated to beta then you will be stuck in activation err, so fix it simply register your device to Apple Dev Program here.
Device not compatible: iPhone 4s/5/5c/6/6+, iPod 5g, iPad 2/3/4/Air is supported only.
IOS not compatible with this iPhone: You have download wrong firmware for your iPhone. Download the correct ipsw. Check your iPhone model and download the correct ipsw for your respective device.
Accessory not compatible/not supported: To fix this you need to use original usb cable/Charger. Sometimes 3rd party accessories doesn’t work properly.

Important Links:

1.Register udid to Apple Developer Account here.
2.How to fix ” this device is not registered as part of the iphone developer program”  here.
3. Resolve update errors by Apple’s suggestions here.
4. Download IOS 8.x.x beta’s here.

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