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iPhone Recovery Mode: How to Enter and Exit

June 27, 2015 9:58 pm / Updated by Jerry Cook to iPhone Topics
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When you are just about to recover iPhone from iTunes backup or sync iPhone with iTunes, your iPhone just doesn't appear on iTunes. In this case you need to set iPhone to recovery mode. There is the guide for easily enter and exit iPhone Recovery Mode on iOS 9.x, iOS 8.x, iOS 7 or iOS 6.

Enter and Exit iPhone Recovery Mode

What's iPhone Recovery Mode

Putting your iPhone in recovery mode will allow you to restore your device while at the same time getting rid of any issues that might be affecting it. You'll also need to use iPhone recovery mode in situations below:

How to Put iPhone to Recovery Mode

iPhone recovery mode

How to Exit iPhone Recovery Mode

You can exit recovery mode before deleting your data and restoring your phone. To do so, unplug the device from the USB cable. And you can exit recovery mode by doing the steps below if your device was working properly previously.

iPhone Recovery Mode and DFU Mode

iPhone Recovery Mode VS DFU Mode

DFU (Device Firmware Update) mode is a means to getting your iPhone to interface with iTunes without iTunes automatically loading the latest version of iOS onto it (it skips the iBoot bootloader, for jailbreak aficionados).

However, iPhone recovery mode is where iTunes restores your iPhone to its original factory settings but with the latest iOS and firmware.

For more information on DFU mode you can visit How to Enter DFU Mode for iPhone, iPad and iPod.

Restore iPhone Files after iPhone Recovery Mode

iPhone recovery mode may not solve all your problems sometimes, and the issue is more serious than we estimated. As the recovery mode has deleted all our iPhone data, we need to find another way out. The best way to enable us to restore from iPhone backup is using iTunes Data Recovery. The easy-to-use software allows us to recover photos, contacts, SMS, notes and more from iPhone backup. Also there is iTunes Data Recovery for Mac id you are running Mac OS X (including Mac OS X 10.10/10.9, 10.8, 10.7 and versions below).

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