[Issue Solved] iPhone Stuck on Restore Mode
"When my iPhone suddenly gets stuck at recovery mode and becomes unresponsive afterwards, I try to restore with iTunes, but it doesn't work at all. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you!"
Have encountered the similar issue as we mentioned above that your iPhone X/10/8/7/6s/6 is being stuck on recovery mode and iTunes require you to restore it? If yes, here are three free ways to fix iPhone/iPad stuck on restore mode. Now let's take a look at it!
1. Hard Reset iPhone
Normally, a lot of iDevice issues can be resolved by a basic restart. In some cases, like when the iPhone gets stuck in recovery mode completely, then you need a more powerful option called a hard reset. A hard reset will restart the phone and it also refreshes the memory that apps run in and helps the iPhone start from scratch. Now just follow steps below to perform a hard reset:
Press and hold the Lock/Wake button on the right side of your iPhone.
At the same time, press and hold down the Volume Down button on the left side while keeping the Lock/Wake button pressed.
Keep holding both the buttons until the screen turns black and then switches back on to display the Apple Logo.
Wait for a couple of seconds until your iPhone boots up completely and displays the Lock screen.
2. Restore in Recovery Mode
If the iPhone continues to hang up in restore mode, you can try to enter recovery mode to have this issue fixed, here’s how
Launch iTunes on your computer. On your device, hold the home button as you connect the device to iTunes.
Release the Home button once you see a message in iTunes saying a device in recovery mode has been detected.
Click on the iPhone in iTunes to restore it.
3. Exit iPhone Restore Mode Stuck with Free Tenorshare ReiBoot without iTunes
You have got another option to fix iPhone when it gets stuck in recovery mode and cannot restore in iTunes - using a free third-party tool, like free Reiboot, which can help you exit iPhone restore mode without iTunes, and no data loss at all.
To get started, please make sure you have Tenorshare ReiBoot downloaded and installed on your computer.
Run Tenorshare ReiBoot and connect your iOS device with the computer. Then you will notice that the Exit Recovery mode is highlighted, simply click on Exit Recovery Mode" to restart your iPhone, iPad and iPod.
Exiting Recovery Mode still cannot help you thoroughly get the stuck issue fixed? Then maybe there is something wrong with the operating system that prevents the phone from booting up normally. In this case, you can take advantage the feature “Fix All iOS Stuck” of Tenorshare ReiBoot to fix the operating system. For detailed guide, you can follow this step-by-step video guide.
Should steps above help you fix iPhone restore/recovery mode stuck? If that doesn't work, you may have to take a trip into an Apple store to get it fixed. Or if you have any better solutions, just leave the comments in the comment section; all your feedbacks will be greatly appreciated.