Iphone stuck in recovery mode

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  1. #11
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    iPhone stuck in recovery mode always happens when you update the iOS on your iPhone. There are two ways to get iPhone out of recovery mode.

    First is is to put your iPhone in DFU mode.
    1. Turn off iPhone
    2. Hold down the power and home button.
    3. When you see the Apple logo, release the power button but continue holding the home button down.
    4. Open iTunes and wait for it to tell you that it’s in restore mode.

    Second is to fix with a iPhone Data Recovery Tool.
    1. Fix the Problem of iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode
    2. Recover Data from your iPhone Directly
    3. Recover Lost Data from iTunes Backup
    Last edited by Lanbor1; 03-30-2015 at 07:01 AM.

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    Hey,
    Most all jailbroken iPhone will stuck in recovery mode when they upgrade the iOS version via iTunes.
    Here is how Apple said about iPhone recovery mode:
    https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201263

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    But I think you may not be getting the timing of DFU right. On the windows computer, when you connect your iPhone, do you hear a USB-connect beep? If you do download the iPhone Data Recovery, you can use the beeps to get the timing right of your iPhone stuck in recovery mode.

    Connect iPhone -- hear connect beep.
    Hold down power and home until you hear the disconnect beep.
    Let go of power but keep holding home until you hear a connect beep again.

    At this point, the screen stays black, Windows detects unknown USB device and starts installing a driver, and once the driver installs, iTunes should report an iPhone in recovery mode.

    If that doesn't work -- have you tried a new cable?

    And if that doesn't work, then it's probably time for a visit to Apple.
    Last edited by AberGreen; 04-28-2015 at 09:10 PM.

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    When using an iPhone, sometimes we would encounter situations that require you to put your iPhone to Recovery Mode to solve problems, and just stuck on this situation.
    FonePaw Mobile Solution is your easy way to fix iPhone stuck at recovery mode problem.
    Last edited by hamiltoncharles; 06-01-2015 at 03:17 AM.

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    I prefer to use a third-part application to do this because I really not know how to deal with phone if it has something wrong. And I recommend iPhone data recovery, which I like to do iPhone restore very much. I promise it is really good at it.
    Last edited by kidsmith; 08-01-2017 at 09:59 PM.

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    When it comes to fix iPhone stuck in recovery mode, there are several ways you can take a try. First is to recover by entering the DFU mode. In this way, the DFU mode can help you connect your device to iTunes without activating the boot loader, and figure out this problem. Another way is to try the iOS System Recovery tool from FORecovery. It can help you repair the system issues without losing any important data, which will be more useful.

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