Did you run into an issue with your iPhone and then decide to put it into recovery mode to fix it, but now your iPhone is stuck in recovery mode? Or perhaps you wanted to restore a backup, but this led to your iPhone getting stuck in recovery mode.
No worries, as we know how to get your iPhone out of recovery mode, what causes this issue, and how to prevent it in the future.
Continue reading to learn how to get your iPhone out of recovery mode!
Usually, an iPhone is put into recovery mode when it is not working properly. The recovery mode helps it restore itself to its normal state.
You can also update the iOS version of the iPhone in recovery mode or restore a previous backup to restore the phone with all your data intact.
Here are a few reasons why your iPhone could've gotten stuck in recovery mode:
These are some of the reasons why your iPhone could be stuck in recovery mode. Now that you know what could be the reason behind it getting stuck. Let me show you how to get your iPhone out of recovery mode now.
In the following content, I will show all the different methods you can try to get your iPhone out of recovery mode.
|Exit Recovery Mode Directly||
||Use iOS system repair software to one-click exit recovery mode.|
|Force Restart||When iPhone Gets Stuck in Recovery Mode||iPhone takes too long to update in recovery mode, and you can try to force restart your iPhone.|
|Update the iOS||Installing the latest iOS version on your iPhone may make your iPhone work properly.|
|Try DFU Mode||DFUmode is the most thorough restoration mode you can use on your iPhone.|
|Visit Service Center||Take your iPhone to an Apple-authorized service center when nothing helps.|
After you enter the recovery mode and erase your iPhone, it is essential to know how to get your iPhone out. Luckily, there is an iOS system repair tool - EaseUS MobiXpert to help you enter/exit iPhone recovery mode in several clicks. As the name of this software informs you, it is an expert in iOS system issues. Whether you want to enter or exit recovery/DFU mode or your iPhone/iPad gets stuck in recovery/DFU mode, it will serve as a great assistant to solve your problem.
Step 1. Open EaseUS MobiXpert on your computer. And select "System Repair" from the homepage.
Step 2. Tap the "Enter/Exit Recovery Mode and DFU Mode" option from this interface.
Step 3. Choose "Enter Recovery Mode" from the three options.
Step 4. It will guide you to connect your iPhone to the computer via a USB cable.
Step 5. Wait for the process to complete and then you will see your iPhone entered Recovery Mode successfully.
Step 6. After you tap "OK" button, it will jump to the homepage. If you need to exit Recovery Mode, click "Exit Recovery Mode" to follow its instructions.
Step 7. This software will help you exit Recovery Mode directly. And then you click "OK" to close it.
If your iPhone gets stuck in recovery mode due to some system issues, you can choose iOS System Repair Mode to get your iPhone out of this situation.
The first thing you should do when you think that your iPhone is taking too long to update in recovery mode and that it could have gotten stuck when updating is to force restart it.
When you force restart your iPhone during the middle of the restoration process, there is a probability that the data on your iPhone could be lost.
But you shouldn't worry since you should already have a backup on iCloud.
And by forcing your iPhone to restart, you'll turn off the phone no matter what the issue is. It's like killing your phone by unplugging the power cord, but in our case, you should simply press the following buttons:
Step 1. Press the Volume Up button, and then immediately press the Volume Down button.
Step 2. Now, immediately press and keep holding the power button.
Step 3. Your iPhone will shut down after a few seconds.
Now power your iPhone back up by pressing the power button, and restore the backup if you've already created a full backup of your iPhone on your PC or Mac.
If the above-mentioned solution didn't help you, here's the next solution you can try:
Step 1. Open the Finder window on your Mac if you're a Mac user. If you're a Windows user, install iTunes and open it.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to your preferred computer.
Step 3. The Finder or iTunes will pop up a notification saying you've connected your iPhone and what you'd like to do.
Step 4. Select "Check for update."
Step 5. If there are any new updates available for your iPhone, update your phone with them.
It is possible that the previous iOS update was unstable and was the reason for your iPhone getting stuck in recovery mode. By installing the latest iOS version on your iPhone, you remove the previous update, which will help your iPhone work properly.
Device Firmware Update, also known as "DFU," is the most thorough restoration mode you can use on your iPhone if it's stuck in recovery mode.
Let me show you how to use it:
Step 1. Open the Finder on your Mac or iTunes on your Windows PC.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to your computer.
Step 3. Press the volume up button and then immediately press the volume down button.
Step 4. Press and hold the power button until you see the message "iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode."
Step 5. Select "Restore iPhone."
Your iPhone should now be fixed. If this didn't help either, here's what you should do.
If the solutions we suggest don't work, you should take your iPhone to an Apple-authorized service center. They have better tools to detect what's causing the problem and can fix it by troubleshooting the problem.
If your iPhone is still under warranty, you can get a free replacement if it has a manufacturing defect that caused it to get stuck in recovery mode.
Here are the answers to some frequently asked questions about how to get out of recovery mode on an iPhone.
1. Can the iPhone come out of recovery mode?
Yes, the iPhone usually exits out of recovery mode once you're done updating the software or restoring the backup.
2. How do I get my iPhone out of recovery mode without iTunes?
You can try forcing a restart of your iPhone, but if that doesn't help, visit the Apple-authorized service center.
3. Why is my iPhone stuck in restore mode?
There are several issues. Maybe a hardware component inside your iPhone is broken, it's updated with an unstable software update, or you're trying to update the software of the iPhone in recovery mode without being connected to the internet.
The iPhone is a piece of hardware that runs software like any other device, and it will run into problems like other devices.
Follow our above solutions to get the iPhone out of recovery mode. If that didn't help, go to the nearest Apple Service Center, and they should fix the problem you're facing.