iOS users should be familiar with the Connect to iTunes logo, or in other words, the recovery mode. It commonly occurs when you update or downgrade iOS software, restore from iTunes or jailbreak iDevices. As a matter of fact, it’s not a big deal if your iPhone stuck in recovery mode and won’t restore, provided that there is no hardware issue. In this article, I will show you how to remove iPhone from recovery mode with a free fix recovery tool from Tenorshare, workable for all iOS devices including iPhone X/8/8 Plus/7/7 Plus/6/6s/5, iPad or iPad.
Generally, for well-functioning iOS device, if you manually put it into recovery mode either for system refresh or iTunes not recognizing, you should be able to exit recovery mode on iPhone/iPad by pressing according buttons.
The worst situation is that Home/power button on your device is broken or a firmware update goes wrong on iTunes, therefore you cannot use buttons to fix recovery mode or restore with iTunes again. Thankfully, Tenorshare ReiBoot can solve this problem. The best thing to use this fix recovery tool is that you won’t need iTunes or physical buttons. Also, no data will be lost.
To pull iPhone out of recovery mode, just download and install Tenorshare ReiBoot on your PC/Mac and connect your frozen iOS device. After that, click Exit Recovery Mode button and the device will reboot itself normally.
If you need further guidance or help, you are good to refer below video.
If your iOS device encountered infinite boot loop, Apple logo stuck, or black screen of death, putting it into and out of recovery mode may not help solve the issue thoroughly. Instead you are suggested to repair corrupted iOS system.
Restoring from iTunes can yet be regarded as a feasible solution; however, we should have already known that iTunes may erase all the content on your device if you didn’t make a backup. If so, you can resolve all iOS stuck issues with Tenorshare ReiBoot without losing data. All you need to do is on the main interface, click Fix All iOS Stuck > Fix Now > Download IPSW file online > Start Repair.
That’s what Tenorshare’s fix recovery tool can do for you. If iTunes won’t restore from recovery mode/DFU mode, try ReiBoot instead.