3 Ways to Fix an iPhone That is Stuck at Recovery Mode

iPhones react well and work constantly. When things go wrong however, the return to the former state may be quite an inconvenience. Several accounts of people in iPhone recovery mode are being trapped. If you're one of them, glad you read this. I hope that you can fix your iPhone problems yourself at the end of this article.

So, I suggest that you adopt these strategies one by one. The methods are arranged according to the level of difficulty in ascending order.

3 Ways to Fix your iPhone issues

Force Restart

The first thing you need to do if your iPhone is freeze is to force restart, if it's in recovery mode. This approach is a good solution to many other problems as well as to repair stuck iPhone recovery mode. Press and hold down the power and home buttons for a few seconds before the Apple logo is projected on your iPhone screen.

Here’s how to perform Hard Reset on iPhone 7

If you are an iPhone 7 or 7 plus user, you may be thinking how to do a force restart since the home button is not like the others. The iPhone 7 and 7 plus users will use a force restart by simple holding the power button and volume-down button until the Apple logo appears.

Restore Using iTunes

When you have failed to restore your iPhone in hard reset mode, returning your iPhone to factory configuration is the best way to go. Please remember that this will delete all the data inside your device so that you can go straight to Method 3 if you want to repair recovery without losing any data.

Once you recover, ensure that you back up your essential details

Here’s how to do a restore:

  • Open iTunes application on your computer and connect iPhone via a cable
  • Click “Restore” on the “Summary” tab option
  • Once the process is done, set up your iPhone as new.

Stepping out of Recovery mode (No data loss)

You may use some program to patch the iPhone to prevent data loss. To prevent data loss, Tenorshare ReiBoot may be your best option, as this app is only one click from your iPhone recovery. It also helps to fix many other iOS problems, such as death from black and blue screens, reboot loops, non-response screens, stuck DFU mode and others.

Here’s how it works

The ReiBoot will detect the device immediately, click “Exit Recovery Mode” button on the screen as you can see in the image below

Your iPhone will exit recovery mode reboot automatically!

It is the fastest way to repair iPhone recovery. I suggest you also use this method, because it is very powerful, to overcome any other iPhone problems.

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