Situations you may need to put your iPhone/iPad/iPod into and out of recovery mode include: iOS devices stuck at Apple logo, iTunes logo, boot loop, blue screen of death, etc. By holding a combination of Sleep/Wake button and Home button for more than 10 seconds, you can send your devices into Recovery Mode successfully. But what if your buttons are damaged and what’s worse, your iPhone/iPad even stuck at Recovery Mode loop, therefore you need RecBoot to help fix this issue.
In this article we will focus on two main parts: how to free download RecBoot 2.0 for PC and a similar software alternative to RecBoot 2.0.
Since RecBoot is designed as a freeware, there are many approaches online you can have access to it. However, for security concern, I shall recommend you to download RecBoot latest version 2.0 from below sources.
1. You can go to no Softonic – the software creator to get free RecBoot 2.0 for Windows 10 computers.
2. CNET offers a platform for users to download all kinds of software including RecBoot .
After downloading the installation package, extract the contents from the zip file to equip RecBoot 2.0 on your PC. You can now connect your iOS devices and click “Enter Recovery Mode” on the surface to start rebooting. With its one-click operation, the latest RecBoot in 2017 has gained a vast number of users.
Note: RecBoot 2017 has not officially been announced to supports 64-bit Windows 10/8/7 and latest iOS 10.3.1/10.3 version yet.
However, as I was going to install RecBoot 2.0 on my laptop, I got a prompt saying “The program can’t start because QTMLClient.DLL is missing from your computer.” And then I searched around on the Internet and found it’s not just me had encountered this problem. It’s annoying that RecBoot would not even launch, not to mention turn on Recovery Mode for iPhone/iPad.
To solve RecBoot 2.0 not working, you need to download the QTMLClient.DLL or iTunesMobileDevice.DLL files again from the Internet and place them in the same directory where RecBoot .exe is stored. Or you can try an alternative iOS reboot tool called ReiBoot, which I will give a specific introduction later.
It seems like you can’t do more with RecBoot except getting into and out of Recovery Mode, but things are different for free ReiBoot. Beyond what RecBoot 2.0 can do for you, it allows you to fix all iOS stuck problems even if you have zero knowledge about the operating system. Download and install ReiBoot on your computer to see how powerful it is.
Connect iOS 10.3/10.2/10.1 or under device to Windows PC and simply click “Enter/Exit Recovery Mode”. The user-friendly interface has always been highly admired.
Select “Fix All iOS Stuck” on the bottom of homepage and click “Start” to download the firmware package online once iOS device is detected.
After downloading, click “Start Repair” to fix your stuck iPhone/iPad/iPod.
That’s all you can find in this article to download RecBoot 2.0 on Windows 10 computer and the substitute software ReiBoot to enable better performance of your iPhone 7/7 Plus/6/6s/5/5s, iPad Air/Pro/Mini and other iOS devices. We appreciate your comments below about what do you think of RecBoot and ReiBoot.comments powered by Disqus