How to downgrade to iOS 7.1.1 after updating to iOS 8

When you're not alone and everybody got a problem, then their is a solution. Apple released iOS 8 for their list of iPhones and iPads this weekend, well it was a problematic update to iOS Users..
So, I researched a bit and found a way to downgrade to a stable iOS 7.1.1 firmware.

Lets do it.

Step 1: Download the iOS 7.1.2 firmware for your device via our download page.
Step 2: Turn off Find My iPhone on your device if you have it enabled. Go to Settings →iCloud, and disable the Find My iPhone switch.
Step 3: Connect your device to a Mac with iTunes installed.
Step 4: Open the device page on iTunes, and hold the Option key while clicking theRestore button. Find the IPSW firmware file that you downloaded in Step 1, select it, and click Open.
Step 5: A pop-up box will warn you that the restore will delete all data from the device. If you are okay with the restore, click the Restore button. Wait until your device restores, and enjoy your iOS 7.1.2 firmware.
Again, this is valid for a finite amount of time. At any point in the coming hours, days, or weeks, Apple will stop signing iOS 7.1.2, and you will not be able to downgrade.
If you’re planning on downgrading, please let us know why, down below in the comments