iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode? Here Is the Fix!

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You're looking to restore your iPhone to an earlier setting. Or perhaps, you are trying to check as to why a feature is not working properly. You put the iPhone to recovery mode, and well, it gets stuck there.

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Why Your iPhone Gets Stuck in Recovery Mode?

It is traumatic for any iPhone user to watch helpless his or her phone hopelessly oscillates between black and Apple. When the iPhone gets stuck in the recovery mode, you are stuck between a black screen and even a darker prospect of getting it back from such a position. Now, there could be various reasons of your phone getting into such a hazard.

  • You activated the Recovery mode to solve a problem and then somehow messed it up.
  • You jail broke your iPhone and thereafter everything went downhill.
  • Your phone went through an OS up gradation and since then it started to act funny.

How to Fix iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode?

There are few options though. Chance are that you have not heard of all the iPhone restores. Chances are that you have been not been told about all of them. The probability of the latter is the highest.

This is Apples' best kept secret. Recovering your device using the DFU restore (Default Firmware Update). You can of course use the iTunes way. Help your device recover with the help iTunes. And we also have iClouds which again is of immense help under such circumstances. But, if you are really looking for something deep and which can actually solve the issue without recurring, the DFU restore is the ideal one.

1. Use DFU to Get Your Device Back to Normal

Plug your iPhone into the system and open iTunes on the system. Now your device can be switched off or on.

  1. Press the Sleep / Wake Button and Home Button, both together for approximately 8 seconds. Could be a bit more.
  2. Let the Sleep / Wake Button go but keep on holding the Home button.
  3. During such time the iTunes should detect your iPhone in Recovery Mode.
  4. Release the Home button.
  5. If the screen of your device is still black, it would primarily mean that you have successfully entered the DFU mode.
  6. Restore your device using iTunes.

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Now, the concern regarding your data will always remain and hopefully you would have recovered them all by this method.

2. Fix iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode Using 3rd-Party Tool for Free

However, there is another method to overcome the issue of the iPhone getting stuck in the recovery mode and it has got to do with a revolutionary software called iMyFone Fixppo . This piece of wonder not only restores your phone to its former glory but also ensures that you do not lose a single shred of data. But before that what is iMyFone Fixppo?

  • It can exit and enter recovery mode totally free for you.
  • Special Fix iOS System function which can fix your iOS to normal from issues such as white screen, black screen, Apple logo of death or stuck in recovery mode.
  • It can fix all iOS system issues with a 100% success rate.
  • Restore data from nearly all iDevices including iPhone 11/11 Pro (Max)/XR/XS/X/8/7/SE/6s/6/5c/5s/5/4s/4 running iOS 13.1.3/13.1.2/13.1.1/13/12/11/10/9/8/7.
  • It has been trusted and recommended by a lot of professional websites.

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So how do I use iMyFone Fixppo? Following are the steps:

1 Open the iMyFone Fixppo on your system and click on Enter/Exit Recovery Mode.

choose Enter/Exit Recovery Mode on the Home page

2 Connect your device to the system and click on Next.

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3 Click Exit Recovery Mode to finish this simple process.

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If this does not help you, you can also choose the standard mode or advanced mode to fix the iPhone stuck in recovery mode once and for all.

iMyFone Fixppo is the complete solution you need to ensure that you have no problems working with your devices. It is easy to make your iPhone work perfectly after getting stuck on the recovery mode.

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