iPhone stuck in recovery mode after trying to update to iOS 7? Try to connect this iPhone to iTunes but iPhone cannot be recognized by iTunes? Don't want to restore iPhone in recovery mode with iTunes since it will delete all data and settings? No worries. In this article, you will learn how to exit the "iOS 7 put iPhone in recovery mode" after upgrade with only 1 click. Besides iOS 7 update, your iPhone may also be stuck in recovery loop after restore, jailbreak, downgrade, firmware update, and you can also try this method for help.
Please note that any other method or program you try to fix the iPhone in recovery mode after iOS 7 update may make you suffer data loss from iPhone, such as using the Home and Power buttons. Luckily, the free solution introduced below will never cause any data loss or damage on your device. Please feel free to try it.
The "iOS 8 put my iPhone in recovery mode" issue will never bring you headache as long as you use ReiBoot, which is free for you to exit the iPhone stuck in recovery mode after iOS 8 or iOS 7 update with 1 click. This tool works very quickly for iPhone 4/4S/5/5C/5S, and only takes you several seconds to exit iPhone recovery loop. Here are the details on one click to exit the "iOS 7 put iPhone in recovery mode" after installation with ReiBoot.
When iOS 7 put iPhone in recovery mode after update, iTunes will offer you the only option: you must restore your iPhone (showed as the below picture), and all your data on this device will be erased. Hence, we highly recommend you to use ReiBoot to help exit the iPhone recovery mode after iOS 7 Update. If in some cases, you have restored iPhone to its original settings with iTunes and lost all data, you can try iPhone Data Recovery to recover all lost data. You can refer to the article How to Recover iPhone Data after Factory Settings Restore.
Conclusion: ReiBoot will help to exit the iPhone recovery mode after iOS 7 update as easy as you see. Share them with your friends who are suffering the same issue that "iOS 7 put my iPhone in connect to iTunes mode".comments powered by Disqus