Is your iPhone stuck in recovery mode? It is a state of iBoot when users are applying updates or restoring data. All the files on iOS 9 (and other versions) are deleted in it. What's worse, the phone can not operate normally unless something is done to solve this problem. Some may turn to iTunes, only to find out that it does not work. In this article, you will know more about the recovery mode and learn the way how to solve the problem when iPhone stuck into it.
When you meet the following situations
1. iTunes doesn't recognize your device，
2. You see the Apple logo on your screen for several minutes with with no change.
3. Updating your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad through Software Update simply isn't working.
4. Your device has simply become completely unresponsive and nothing else is working
Recovery mode might be just what you need to get things going again. The steps are not complicated and knowing more about recovery mode is important if you ever need it.
However, sometimes our device would be stuck into recovery mode and could not get of out it. Why it would be stuck into this mode？ As we have explained above, in some situation we would put device into recovery mode on our own. For other case, there is something wrong with our device and it automatically stuck into the mode. So what should we do to get out of the recovery mode？Please continue to read and you will find out the answer
iPhone Data Recovery gets your iPhone 7/SE/6s/ 6s Plus, iPad Pro/ mini 4/ Air 2, etc. out of recovery mode
easily. To be specific, just two steps are needed for the phone to enter the normal mode. And, to kill two birds with one stone, you can also use this software for data recovery. (For tips about Android recovery
, click the hyperlink to know more.)
Download it and have a free try.
Step 1 Open iPhone Data Recovery
When you have done that, plug the iPhone SE/6s in via a USB cable. And this interface will show up, saying that "your device is not in normal mode".
Step 2 Turn off and on the iPhone
See that button "Restart the device" at the bottom? Click it and your handset will restart automatically. Wait until it is over. The next thing we do is to gain back those data deleted during updates or other processes with the help of iPhone Data Recovery.
Step 3 Restore iPhone Files Directly from the Device
Three parts are involved in this step:
1) Enter DFU Mode
If you know what DFU is and how to enter it, skip this and click "Start Scan". And if not, do as this instruction says.
a. Hold your iPad and click "Start" in the interface of the software.
b. Press "Power" and "Home" buttons simultaneously for exactly 10 seconds. The program will count down for you.
c. When the time has passed, let go of the "Power" button right away, but not the "Home" button. After another 10 seconds, you'll be informed that you've successfully entered the DFU mode and you can release the "Home" button now.
2) Scan for iOS 9 Data
Keep the handset connected. And now, click the green button "Start Scan" and wait for a minute.
3) Save iPhone SE/6s Data to Your Computer
Preview the files first and select the specific items you want. At last, click the button "Recover" to finish the whole process.
That is the entire guide. If you also want to know how to recover iPhone data from iTunes backup files
or how to retrieve data from iCloud backup files with iPhone Data Recovery
, see more at our website.
: You should do iPhone data backup
regularly so that you can easily restore those you want from the backup files.