My New OS Was Not App Friendly

I don’t mind following the rules when they make sense. When they don’t make sense is when I don’t mind bending them to fit something that is a bit more logical in my mind. I did not want to be stuck with an operating system that was not extremely app friendly, at least with the apps that I tend to use on a daily basis. When I had iOS 8, I was not able to use several of the apps that are on my phone. I did a search for downgrade iOS because I knew that there had to be a way to do it.

I just wanted my old operating system back. I will gladly switch back to iOS 8 when they work all of the bugs out of it and when it works properly on all of my apps, but until then, I wanted something different, something that I knew would work since it has in the past. I found a website that explained how to downgrade to to my old operating system, and it was extremely easy because of how they explained it. I was still a bit worried about it because I am not used to messing with anything like this, so I was happy to see that they would be able to help me remotely if need be.

I decided to go ahead and try on my own first since they did make it seem so simple. I admit that I was more than a bit worried because I was not sure if I was going to end up doing something bad to my phone. It turned out that nothing bad happened though, because I was able to get the old operating system back on within minutes. All I had to do was reboot my phone and all of my apps worked again. I am so happy that there is a way to undo technological updates when they just don’t seem to work for me!

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