iOS 6 Beta 1 has been seeded by Apple for developers on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch but many people who don’t have registered UDID can’t install it on their devices. In order to install it on your device, you need to get a developer account which requires you to pay hefty $99 per year registration fee but there’s an easy method which will let you get your hands on iOS 6 beta without a developer account.
How To Register Your Device UDID
There are some legitimate sites out there which let you register your device UDID for a small fee. The fee is not much and you have to pay between $5 to $10. We’re not going to mention any site name here but you can search on Google to find one. Read reviews from other people on Facebook and Twitter before spending your precious money because some sites might be scam.We’re also going to hold a giveaway soon which will give you registered UDID for free. We’ll mention the link of that giveaway here.
Update: There’s is a new method which has worked for many people and doesn’t even require registered UDID. In the third step in our guide below, update your device instead of Restore. Use Shift+Update on Windows and Option+Update on Mac. You should be on iOS 5.1 or 5.1.1 for this method to work. Tell us in comments if this solution works.
Update 2: You can enter in our free UDID registration giveaway from this link.
Things You Need Before Installation
How To Install iOS 6 Beta 1
1. After registering UDID, connect your device to the Computer.
2. Open latest iTunes and backup your important data.
3. Hold “Shift” key on Windows or “Alt” key in Mac and press “Restore” button.
4. Locate the IPSW file for your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch you downloaded earlier.
5. After some time, installation process will be complete. Now you can restore your backup from iTunes.
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