"My iPhone is stuck in recovery mode after iOS 8 update. I don't want to restore it with iTunes to lose all my important data. Please help."
"My iPhone 5 is stuck in recovery mode, an error with red iTunes logo, and won't restore, because iTunes cannot recognize it. How to fix it?"
iPhone is stuck on iTunes logo screen with USB during iOS 8 update? iPad or iPod touch is unable to exit recovery mode after the new iOS 8 upgrade? If your device is stuck in the recovery mode loop, you may have met such dilemmas: after connecting your iDevice to iTunes, you get the message "You must restore this device before it can be used with iTunes", or "your iPhone is in recovery mode, you must restore before updating", but if you perform the recovery-mode restore, all data and settings on your device will be erased; or iTunes cannot recognize your iPhone even though you try to connect it for many times; sometimes even though the device can be recognized in iTunes, original factory settings restore failed.
The recovery mode, which is also called restore mode, is a means of getting iPhone/iPad/iPod to interface with the iTunes on your PC or Mac. This "Connect to iTunes" error can happen after iOS 8/7 update/downgrade, after restore, jailbreak, etc. However, you can easily fix iPhone, iPad, iPod touch stuck in recovery mode loop with only 1 click to exit and you never lose data or get damage on your device.
To get out of this iDevice stuck on iTunes logo, you'd better carefully choose the solution, because some advices may cause damage or data loss to your device. Here we recommend ReiBoot to you.
ReiBoot is the free iOS device reboot software, which helps you 1-clcik exit recovery mode without iTunes and without restore. It works for all available Apple iOS devices, including iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4, iPad Air/4/3/mini/mini 2, iPod touch 5/4. ReiBoot is safe to your device without any data loss and damage. Free download ReiBoot on your Windows 8.1/8/7/XP/Vista and follow the guide below.
If you are using Mac OS X Yosemite (10.10), Mavericks (10.9)/Mountain Lion (10.8)/10.7/10.6, go to ReiBoot for Mac.
After this click, your device will reboot to normal and everything will work well. Since ReiBoot will never charge you money and never delete your data and settings, feel free to use it to fix the iPhone, iPad, iPod stuck in recovery mode whenever you need.comments powered by Disqus