Get your iPhone stuck in recovery mode? You are not the only one to be troubled by this problem. It is mostly after iOS update/downgrade or during jailbreak that the disaster befalls, when you can see “connect to iTunes” displayed on the iPhone screen, with the USB cable pointing to the iTunes logo. Read this article to learn about two free and easy solutions to get your iPhone X/8/ Plus/7/7 Plus/6s/6/5s/5 out of recovery mode without restoring.
Method One: One Click to Exit iPhone Recovery Mode with Free Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot)
Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) is a free firmware that is designed for fixing different iOS stuck problems, including recovery mode stuck, apple logo, DFU mode, etc. By connecting your stuck iPhone to it, you just need one click to get your iPhone/iPad exit recovery mode without iTunes, which means you don’t have to worry about erasing your data, either. Follow the guide below to try this super-easy iPhone fix. It works for all iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 12/11/10/9/8.
Step 1: Install and run it on your Windows/Mac, and connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to the computer via USB cable.
Step 2: Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) will detect your device and the “Exit Recovery Mode” option is highlighted.
Step 3: Click “Exit Recovery Mode”, and wait a few seconds for the process to complete and your device to restart.
Then you will see how simple and fast this one-click solution is to fix iPhone stuck in recovery during/after update or jailbreak. Of course, there are other methods that you can use to kick your iPhone out of recovery mode. iTunes restore, for example, is the most used method whenever something gets wrong with our iDevices, though sometimes it’s hard to use and can be risky.
Method Two: Exit iPhone Recovery Mode with iTunes Restoring
Launch your iTunes on your computer and connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable. While detecting your iPhone, iTunes will remind you that the device it has detected is an iPhone in recovery mode, and that you should restore your iPhone before you could connect it to iTunes. Just click OK if you have seen this pop-up window. Then your iPhone will be kicked out of the recovery mode.
Note: All data in your device will be wiped after restoring to factory settings. So make sure you have backed up your files before starting iTunes restoring. If you do not have backup and all data have been lost after exiting recovery mode, you can use UltData, an iPhone data recovery tool, to retrieve them.
This article offers two free and easy solutions to common iPhone issues such as that your iPhone can’t exit recovery mode loop. With Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot), you will be able to fix iPhone stuck in recovery mode after iOS 12/11 update within one click. And you may also use iTunes to get the same thing down, but just don’t forget to back up your iPhone data in advance.