In the video below, I teach you how to install the new iOS 7 Beta without a UDID number or an Apple Developer Account on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch! Read the notes below to make sure you get it to work. This is simply a free security flaw in Apple's system, and I am showing it for educational purposes. I am not responsible if you brick or mess up your device by following these steps, as this is against Apple's recommended use on primary devices. Anyway, remember to rate thumbs up, favorite, and subscribe to my channels in the sidebars for more content! Also, follow my social networks and bookmark this site! Enjoy and Share! Thanks! Stay tuned!
1. Plug in and Back up Device to iTunes.
2. Download the correct firmware for your device from Google, and put it on your desktop (I would have listed a link but I am an Apple Developer, it is against their terms to do so, and Google has links to the direct IPSW's. Sorry Guys). Make sure you get the correct firmware by doing some research.
3. If you are on Mac, hold down the option key and click update. If on PC, hold down shift key and click update. Then select the firmware you put on your desktop!
4. Let your device update, complete the setup, and you are set!
If this does not work for you, and your device freezes or has problems, follow my guide to unbrick your device here: http://bit.ly/186YanT. Word of advice is this is still buggy and in beta form, so I do not recommend doing this, as it also violates apple's recommendations and is a security flaw, but do what you want to do. I just am telling you- haha. Enjoy.
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