"Why is my iPhone in recovery mode after iOS 7 update. Have tried anything but didn't work. Please help."
Your iPhone is in the "connect to iTunes" mode with iTunes logo and a USB cable on the screen after iOS update? Don't want to restore iPhone with iTunes to lose data and settings? iPhone can't be recognized by iTunes? You may have tried the DFU mode, factory settings restore, Home + Power buttons press, etc. but nothing works. Worse still, this recovery mode loop could also happen to your iPad or iPod touch.
It is really a big headache with iPhone, iPad, iPod stuck in recovery mode loop. Still, there is effective way that 100% works to fix this issue. Read on.
The iPhone recovery mode (or you can name iOS recovery mode, since iPad, iPod could also be stuck in this recovery mode), is also called restore mode. It is a means of getting your device into interface with the iTunes on your PC or Mac. When using recovery mode, you can only restore the device into its original factory settings. All user content including data and settings will be erased. If you have performed this recovery-mode restore, you can recover all lost iPhone data after restore without backup.
There are many scenarios that your iOS device would be stuck in restore mode. Here are the ones that mostly affect your device and make it into recovery mode loop.
In other cases, you just don't know "why is my iPhone in recovery mode", because it happens so quickly, like the iPhone accidently dropped on the ground and then it is stuck in recovery mode. Follow the tips below to fix the recovery mode issue.
No matter "why is my iPhone stuck in restore mode", you can easily fix it and it is the same with other devices. With ReiBoot, which is the best free iOS device reboot software in the world, you can quickly get your device out of recovery mode with only 1 click. It supports iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 5S/5C/5/4S/4, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad Air/4/mini 2/mini/3/2/1, iPod touch 5/4 and any other iDevices. ReiBoot never causes data loss or damage on your iPhone, so feel free to use it.
ReiBoot is the Windows-based freebie to fix iPhone stuck in recovery mode, and it runs on Windows 8.1/8/7/XP/Vista. If you have a Mac on OS X Yosemite 10.10, Mavericks v10.9, Mountain Lion v10.8, 10.7 or lower, go to the Mac version, ReiBoot for Mac.
Free download ReiBoot on your computer, connect your device in recovery mode to this computer and then run ReiBoot to click "Exit Recovery Mode".
Your device will reboot to normal. ReiBoot has received thousands of good reviews from users. It's time for you to put it into the top list of your need to fix iPhone, iPad, iPod recovery mode issue.comments powered by Disqus