Block iOS Updates: With each new update available for our iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, iOS offers to install the update by displaying a screen or a popup.
The problem is that iOS offers to make the bets regularly and it can quickly become boring. So we will explain how to block the updates of iOS and so not be bothered by the reminders.
If you do not want to update your iOS device for any reason, and you’re tired of iOS reminders, this tip will allow you to finally block updates. In addition, this tip will not only prevent updates to iOS but also disable the download of updates in the background. This trick works on non-jailbroken and jailbroken devices.
How to block iOS updates
Start by opening the Safari app on your iOS device.
In this step, you will first need to sign up for Apple’s beta software program, unless you are already a member of the program of course. To do this go to this address and register: https://beta.apple.com/sp/en/betaprogram/welcome?locale=en
Once registered, it will download the beta profile of tvOS 11, this profile will block iOS updates. No worries, it will not hurt your device. Click here to download the tvOS 11 beta profile (make this manipulation directly from your iPhone via Safari on appsystem.fr or from our iPhone application)
A popup will then ask you if you allow the site to redirect you to the settings of your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Accept, then once on the profile page, tap the Install button at the top right of the screen and enter your unlock code.
The conditions of use are then displayed. Tap the Install button and then install again.
The profile will automatically install and you will be prompted to restart your device; tap the Restart button.
After restarting your mobile, go to Settings > General > Software Update. If you see the message that your device is up to date, it indicates that you have successfully handled it. However, if it did not work, delete the profile and start the manipulation again.
If you’re on the latest version of iOS, it’s obvious, the message that your device is up to date will appear anyway. We will have to wait for the next official update of iOS to make sure everything is working properly.
But in principle, if you install the profile on the device there is no reason that it does not work. Now let’s see how to verify that the profile has been installed.
Check that the profile has been installed correctly. To do this, go to Settings > General then scroll down and enter the Profile and Device Management section to make sure the tvOS 11 beta profile is installed.
If you do not see the Profile and Device Management section or you do not see the tvOS 11 beta profile, repeat the steps as this means that the profile has not been correctly installed.
How to delete the profile after installing it
If you change your mind and do not want to block iOS updates anymore so you can update your device, you can undo the manipulation very simply.
Go to Settings > General> Profiles > tvOS 11 Beta Profile and press the Delete button, confirm the deletion and reboot your device.