[Solved] iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode
iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS/3G stuck in recovery mode
"I stuck in recovery mode with my iPhone. Please help!"
"My iPhone stuck in recovery mode after jialbreak. What should I do?"
"After updating iOS, my iPhone stuck on recovery mode. What happened? Please help me how to solve this!"
Things like this almost happen everyday. Usually we think that we have carefully followed the guide to jailbreak our iPhones, or update our iPhones' iOS, but the recovery mode suddenly jumped out on the screen of our iPhones. Sometimes, the iPhone even can't be recognized by iTunes when it was set into the recovery mode. Therefore, we need an easy, quick and effective way to solve this issue emergently.
1 click to solve the [iPhone stuck in recovery mode] issue
There are lots of people providing many solutions to solve this issue: use the Power and Home buttons on the iPhone, rely on iTunes to make some settings on the iPhone, etc. What if you have a broken Power button, you don't have iTunes, or you just don't want to restore your iPhone to lose all data? Forget about all of this. With Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS (Mac), or Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS (Windows), you can make your iPhone out of recovery mode in one click.
Download the free trial version below to have a try. Choose the right version for your computer.
Fix "iPhone stuck in recovery mode" in Windows/Mac OS
1. Download and install Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS, and then run it on your computer.
2. Connect your iPhone to the computer with a digital USB cable.
3. When Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS detects your iPhone, it will present you a wnidow as follows.
4. Click the Restart button to return your iPhone to normal.
OK. Your iPhone will be back to normal as usual after the restart. It's the easiest way to fix your "iPhone stuck in recovery mode" problem without losing any data. If you're a Mac user, you also can do it in a similar way with Wondershare Dr.Fone (Mac).
Recover data from iPhone 5/4S/4/3GS
BTW, Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS and Wondershare Dr.Fone (Mac) also allow you to recover lost data from your iPhone, and backup existing data on your iPhone to the computer. Read on to learn more if you have a need.
Step 1. Scan your iPhone for data on it
When your iPhone is back to normal, you'll see the window below if you use iPhone 5/4S. Click the Start Scan button to scan your iPhone.
For iPhone 4/3GS users, you need to download a plug-in by clicking the Download button on the window after your iPhone is back to normal. Then follow the steps below to scan your iPhone:
- Hold your iPhone and click the Start button.
- Pressing the Power and Home buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds.
- After 10 seconds, release the Power button, but keep holding Home for another 15 seconds.
No matter which iPhone you use, when the program scans your iPhone, the scanning window will be as follows.
Step 2. Preview and recover data on your iPhone
The scan will take you a while. After it, you'll see the scan result below, where all data found on your iPhone are well categorized, such as messages, contacts, camera roll, notes, and so forth. You can preview and check to recover what you want with one click.
Note: Data you found here contains those recently deleted from your iPhone and those currently existing on your iPhone. You can separate them by using the button on the top: Only display the deleted items, if you want to.