Have you ever tried to enter the iPhone recovery mode but have no idea how to exit? We will tell you everything you want to know about getting out of recovery mode.
Recovery mode is often used to fix iPhone severe problems such as iPhone stuck in restore or iPhone update problems. It is considered as the most efficient self-troubleshooting method for all iPhone users. Once you have faced some severe device problems and you have backed up your device with iTunes before, just put your device in recovery mode and restore it with iTunes, then problem solved.
However, sometimes entering recovery mode itself is the problem. Some users reported that when they put their iPhone into recovery mode, suddenly the iPhone just stuck in and can do nothing. That’s what we are going to focus on in this article. Here we will introduce all fixes of how to exit recovery mode.
If your iPhone works properly and not stuck in recovery mode, entering recovery mode is just for cleaning caches or unlocking a frozen screen. To manually exit iPhone Recovery Mode can be easily completed by force restart the iOS device. Then follow the methods following to get out of iPhone Recovery mode.
Step 1. Disconnect your iPhone from the USB cable.
Step 2. Exit iPhone recovery mode.
On iPhone 7 (Plus)/6 and earlier: Hold down Power Button to turn off your device.
On iPhone 8 (Plus) and later: Press and hold the side button with either volume button.
Step 3. Press the Sleep/Wake Button again till the Apple logo appears, and you should start up your iPhone successfully.
If you have tried the first method but your iPhone is still stuck in the recovery mode, you can only try iTunes to fix the problem. This method would restore your iPhone with the iTunes backup, so make sure you’ve backed up your iPhone before.
Step 1. Connect your iPhone with your computer, then launch iTunes.
Step 2. Wait for iTunes to detect your iPhone. Then there will be a pop-up message from iTunes.
Step 3. First, you can click Update to try to fix your iPhone, this will not erase any of your device data. If it doesn’t work, then you need to click Restore. Restoring your iPhone with iTunes would erase all the content and data on your iPhone and replace it with that in the iTunes backup.
Step 4. When the updating or restoring process is over, your iPhone will exit the recovery mode.
No matter you choose a force restart to exit iPhone recovery mode or restore the iPhone with iTunes, you can get out of iPhone recovery mode finally. However, neither of the 2 ways can guarantee your data safety as restore from iTunes backups can erase iPhone without a doubt. So, in this part, an easier and more effective utility is recommended.
AnyFix, an iPhone, iTunes, iOS system repair tool, supports exiting iPhone recovery mode within clicks. What’s more important? It won’t risk any data loss while exiting iPhone recovery mode. With its high-tech methods, AnyFix can fix any iPhone issues when users use their iPhone. And now let’s take a look at how to exit iPhone recovery mode with AnyFix.
You need to download AnyFix and install it on your computer. Once installed successfully, launch it and tap on the Enter/Exit Recovery Mode button on the front page.
There are 2 options on the screen, you should click on the Exit Recovery Mode and tap the Exit button to go on.
All you need to do is waiting for a while. Minutes later, AnyFix will exit iPhone recovery mode successfully. Then you can unplug your iPhone. Your iPhone will restart itself.
Depart from official methods, you can also seek help from some third-party tools to get your stuck iPhone out of the recovery mode. PhoneRescue for iOS is the one we recommend.
PhoneRescue for iOS is developed for iOS users to recover iPhone/iPad data and fix iOS system problems. This software is safe and easy. To bring everything back to normal, you just need a few clicks and wait with patience, then PhoneRescue for iOS would help you out. If you are interested in it, then download PhoneRescue for iOS on your computer and follow the steps below to see how to fix iPhone stuck in recovery mode.
Step 1. Launch PhoneRescue for iOS on your computer, choose the Device Rescuer, and find “Repair iOS System”.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to the computer and wait for PhoneRescue for iOS to detect the device. Then choose the repair mode and click the next button to continue.
Step 3. Follow the instruction to enter the recovery mode.
Step 4. Check your device info and download the repair firmware.
Step 5. After finishing the download, wait for PhoneRescue for iOS to repair your iPhone.
That’s all about how to exit recovery mode on iPhone. No matter your iPhone is stuck in the recovery mode or you just simply want to get yourself out of this mode, this post will provide you with solutions. If you’ve tried all the above methods and none of them worked, you’d better ask Apple Genius Bar for help.
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