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I'm afraid it's not possible. Apple stops signing iOS releases shortly after the release of a new version, at which point the old version can no longer be installed.


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If it auto shutdown too often and require restore everytime like that then you should consider the phone is too old. Hardware especially its memory start malfunctioning. As end user, there is nothing you can do, sorry :( But repair services does, hehe :D


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This worked for me: Go to your Finder Go menu hold the option key and choose Library. Then go to the Preferences folder and trash these files: com.apple.finder.plist com.apple.sidebarlists.plist Then restart (You will have to reset a some finder prefs the way you like them).



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