“Q: Unknown error in restoring iPhone
I am unable to turn on my iPhone or restore it due to unknown error. Any ideas on how to fix this?”
Since Apple Company issued iOS 11 on WWDC, lots of users may have a try by updating their iOS device to iOS 11 beta. However, when they try to downgrade by restoring iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, iPhone unknown error 9/14/4013 may occur. What can we do to fix this iPhone unknown error when restoring? Let’s check out in the following content.
Download and install this software on your Windows/Mac, launch it and connect your iPhone 7/7 Plus/SE/6s/6/5s/5 with it via USB cable.
Click “Enter Recovery Mode” and your iPhone will show you iTunes and USB icons on the screen, then “Exit Recovery Mode” will be highlight, click it and your iPhone will reboot in seconds.
This process can deeply restart your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch, and can help to fix various boot issues which may influence the restoring process. After this enter/exit operation, you then may connect your iPhone with iTunes again to restore.
Whereas, if your iOS device’s operation system broken, you will need to it repaired. Just select the third function of Tenorshare ReiBoot “Fix All iOS Stuck”, this process will repair your iOS operating system without any data loss.
Tenorshare ReiBoot will automatically detect the status of your iPhone, if your iOS device works well, you will see the interface below. If it performs abnormally, you can also get it repaired by following the steps Tenorshare ReiBoot give to you.
That’s all about how to fix iPhone unknown error (-50), (--1), (-54), etc. You can follow the order to repair. If you have any other suggestions or problems, don’t hesitate to come to us.comments powered by Disqus