This guide shows you how to put the iPhone in recovery mode with step-by-step instructions, including all iPhone devices, iPhone 11/XS/XR, iPhone X/8, iPhone 7/6S/6/5S/5/4.
What is the iPhone recovery mode? Whenever iOS installation or upgrade is damaged, your iPhone or iPad automatically goes into the recovery mode. It is a failsafe that is developed for iOS software so that your iPhone iPad cannot be damaged any further.
If you failed to update your iPhone via Software Update over the air, or your iPhone has become unresponsive, recovery mode might be just what you need to get things going again. And in the following guide, we will separately show you how to put iPhone 11/XS/XR/X/8, iPhone 7, iPhone 6S, and earlier, and iPad in recovery mode.
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Here’s how can you use AnyFix to put your iPhone into recovery mode:
Go to get the latest AnyFix and install it on your computer.
Now you can connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable. You will see several options on the front page of AnyFix. Here please select Enter/Exit Recovery Mode to go on.
If you want to set your iOS device into recovery mode, you should choose the Enter Recovery Mode and click on the Enter to continue. (Or if your iOS device was stuck in recovery mode, you can choose the right panel to exit Recovery Mode.)
A few seconds later, your iPhone will enter recovery mode successfully.
Connect your iPhone to the computer and launch iTunes > Connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB cable. If iTunes is already opened, close it and then open it again.
Press and quickly release the Volume Up button > Quick press and release the Volume Down button > Press and hold the Side/Power button and continue to hold as it restarts. Don’t release the Side/Power button when the Apple logo appears.
Release the Side/Power button when you see the Connect to iTunes logo on the screen, and it means your iPhone XS/XR/X/8 has been successfully put in recovery mode.
If you want to exit recovery mode on your iPhone XS/XR/X/8, just disconnect it from the computer and press the Side button to boot up your iPhone.
Connect your iPhone 7 to the computer > Open iTunes > Wait the device icon appears on the top left menu.
Press and hold the side button > Slide to power off > Press and hold both the Sleep/Wake and Volume Down button until connect to iTunes screen shows up on the screen.
Simply disconnect your iPhone 7 from the computer, and then press and hold the side button and volume down button until Apple logo shows up.
Make sure iTunes is running on your PC or Mac > Press and hold down the On/Off button on the right side or top for 3 seconds > Swipe the slide to power off.
Press and hold the Home button on your iPhone for 10 seconds > Plug your iPhone into your Mac or PC and let go of the Home button when you see the Connect to iTunes screen.
How to Put iPhone 6S/6/5S/5/SE/4 in Recovery Mode
If your iPhone is currently in recovery mode and connected to iTunes, pressing and holding the Home and Power button for about 15 seconds till the screen goes blank. Then, release the Home button but press the power button till it starts up.
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