Sometimes we have to put an iPhone into recovery mode to fix an issue like it won’t detect by iTunes or gets stuck on Apple logo. The operations of entering recovery mode are slightly different from different iPhone models. In this guide you’ll learn how to enter recovery mode on new iPhone X when the Touch ID button has been completely removed.
Yes, it is. You do not need to worry which button to press and how long you should press the buttons to put an iPhone/iPad into recovery mode. Tenorshare Reiboot let you put your iPhone X into recovery mode without pressing any buttons. All you have to do is connect your device to computer and click on “Enter Recovery Mode” option. Just see how easy it is.
Install this free tiny iOS utility to your PC/Mac, and connect your iPhone X or iPhone 8/8 Plus/7 to computer via USB cable. Tenorshare Reiboot will detect your device, and please click “Enter Recovery Mode” to start entering your iPhone X into recovery mode.
Within 10 seconds, you’ll find iTunes logo/USB cable appears on your device screen, which means you’ve entered into recovery mode successfully.
Some people are curious how to get iPhone X/8/8 Plus into recovery mode using buttons. The operations are different from older iPhones. Here are the steps for you to try.
Step 1. Turn off your iPhone: Hold down Power button for a few seconds until you see slide to power off option.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone X/8/8 Plus to computer.
Step 3. Keep pressing the Power and Volume Down buttons at the same time until Apple logo appears.
What to do when an iPhone X is stuck on recovery mode? iTunes will suggest that you have to restore it, but actually you can get your iPhone X out of recovery using Tenorshare Reiboot without restoring.
Tenorshare Reiboot will detect an iPhone in recovery mode automatically, and the “Exit Recovery Mode” choice is highlighted. Click on it and wait for your iPhone X to exit recovery mode.
In many cases recovery mode is a must step to rescue an iPhone/iPad. Tenorshare Reiboot is the highly rated free tool to reboot an iPhone X/8/8 P/7/7 P/6/6s/5s, etc. from recovery mode loop.comments powered by Disqus