- 1. iPad Locked
- 2. Water Damaged iPhone
- 3. iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode
- 4. iPhone Notes iCon Disappear
- 5. Recover iPhone Contacts Without Backup
- 6. View iTunes Backup
- 7. Recover iPhone Video
- 8. Dead iPhone Data Recovery
- 9. Recover iPhone Contacts
- 10. iMessages to Computer
- 11. View iPhone SMS on PC
- 12. Recover WhatsApp Messages on iPhone
- 13. Recover iPhone Data Without iTunes Backup
- 14. Access iCloud Backup
- 15. Recover Picture Messages on iPhone
- 16. Save Picture from iMessages
2 Minutes to Put Your iPhone into or Get out of Recovery Mode
When using an iPhone, somtimes you'll encounter situations that require you to put your iPhone to Recovery Mode to solve problems. However, at the other hand, sometimes, you have to fix the iPhone recovery loop or get your iPhone out of Recovery Mode in order to make it function normally. If you're not familar with how to put your iPhone into Recovery Mode or get iPhone out of Recovery Mode, don't worry. After reading the following information, you'll handle it easily. All the information mentioned below is appliable to iPhone 3G and later models, including iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6.
- Part 1: How to Put iPhone into Recovery Mode in 2 Simple Steps
- Part 2: Get iPhone out of Recovery Mode without Restoring iPhone (NO DATA LOSS)
- Part 3: Fix "iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode" by Restoring iPhone with iTunes (DATA MAY LOSE)
Part 1: How to Put iPhone into Recovery Mode
Step 1. Connect your iPhone to the computer, and run iTunes.
Step 2. Press the Home button and the Power button on your iPhone at the same time. When you see the Apple logo appearing, release the Power button and keep pressing the Home button until you get an iTunes alert saying your iPhone is in recovery mode. You'll see the screen shown on your iPhone .
Video Tutorial: how to put iPhone into Recovery Mode
Part 2: Get iPhone out of Recovery Mode without Restoring Your iPhone
The only official way to get iPhone out of Recovery Mode is to restore your iPhone with iTunes. However, this way will erase all data and content on your iPhone, causing data loss. And sometimes, even you try to exit Recovery Mode by restoring your iPhone with iTunes, you'll still face restoring errors. Actually, it isn't that hard to solve the problem. All you need is Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS, which will help you solve all the problems you face while getting your iPhone out of Recovery Mode. Check out the following details.
2 Simple Steps to Get iPhone out of Recovery Mode without Data Loss
When you see the 'connect to iTunes' warning on your iPhone, you should firstly try the 2 simple steps to get your iPhone out of Recovery Mode.
Step 1. Download Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS(iPhone Data Recovery) and install it on your computer.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB cable. Then run Wondershare Dr.Fone for iOS. You'll see that the program detects your iPhone, saying it is not in normal mode. Simply click on the "Restart the device" button to get your iPhone back to normal. It's pretty easy.
Fix Errors for Getting out of Recovery Mode
"When I tried to connect my iPhone with my PC and carried out the restoring iPhone process, iTunes proceeded to extract the software but on completion of extraction I get an error message telling me 'The iPhone could not be restored. An unknown error occurred ' I have tried this several times and get exactly the same error every time"
If you face the restoring error, then you should try the "Repair Operating System" on Dr.Fone for iOS to fix get your iPhone out of Recovery Mode. The restoring errors happen mostly because the operating system on your iPhone performs abnormally. Click "Repair Operating System" in the main window of Dr.Fone for iOS and do what it tells you to do to fix the operating system. If it successfully fix the operating system, it will tells you. After then, you just need to wait your iPhone to restart.
Part 3: Fix "iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode" with iTunes
In most cases, you can get your iPhone out of Recover loop via iTunes. You can use it to restore your iPhone to its original settings easily and quickly. By the way, many phone problems can be fixed by restoring to factory settings or restore with iTunes or iCloud backup.
Connect your iPhone with a USB cable to the computer, and run iTunes. When iTunes detects your iPhone, it will give you a message saying that your iPhone is in recovery mode and you need to restore it. Just click to restore it. That's OK.
If you didn't get the message, please power off your iPhone. Just keep the Power button until the screen become dark if you can't do it in the traditional way.Then press the Home button on the face of the device. When the phone is on, keep pressing the Home button until iTunes pops up the message.
Note: before you do as what mentioned above, please backup your iPhone to your iTunes. Everything on your iPhone will be erase while doing to the restore. If you've made a backup for your iPhone beforehand, then later you can restore your iPhone from the iTunes backup file.