What Is Recovery Mode?
If your iPhone experiences trouble with its software or an app, you often can fix the problem by restarting the iPhone. However, sometimes these problems are more complicated and will require you to put your phone in Recovery Mode.
In fact, this is a fail safe that allows you update or restore your phone. It is a last resort and you will lose your important data, unless you have backed up your device (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch)at first?(and that’s why we highly recommend that you back up iPhone).
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Why Would I Put My iPhone In Recovery Mode?
Recovery Mode can help fix the problem below:
1. Your iPhone is stuck in a restart loop after installing an iOS update.
2. iTunes is not registering your device.
3. The Apple logo has been on the screen for several minutes with no response.
4. You see the “Connect to iTunes” screen.
5. You cannot update or restore your iPhone.
All of these issues mean your iPhone does not function normally and it will take more than a simple restart to get it back in working order. Now you’ll find the detailed steps (Video Tutorial) to put your iPhone in Recovery Mode.
For iPhone 7 (Plus) and above, iPad Models with Face ID，iPod touch 7:
For iPhone 6s or earlier, iPad Models with Home Button and iPod touch 6 or earlier:
If you can’t update or restore your device with recovery mode, or you can't use recovery mode because of broken buttons, to get more efficient solution soon, please contact Apple Support Team with email@example.com