[Updated] How to Get iPhone Out of Recovery Mode in iOS 14
Apple finally unveils the iOS 14 at WWDC 2020 with remarkable new features. While enjoy the new iOS, some long-standing iOS problem such as recovery mode still exist. If you update iPhone to the latest iOS 14 and get stuck in recovery mode or iOS 14 downgrade stuck on recovery mode, here are 3 easy ways for you to either get iPhone out of recovery mode without iTunes or without a computer.
- Method 1. One click to Get Out of iOS 14 Recovery Mode Free
- Method 2. Force Restart iPhone to Exit iOS 14 Recovery Mode
- Method 3. Repair/Downgrade iOS 14 to Fix iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode
Method 1. One click to Get Out of iOS 14 Recovery Mode Free
How do I get my iPhone out of recovery mode without iTunes? Here we recommend Tenorshare ReiBoot, which is famous for its free feature to get iPhone out of recovery mode with only 1 click, no need to use iTunes restore, no data loss.
- Download and install ReiBoot on a computer. Run it and connect your iPhone to that computer with an USB cable.
ReiBoot will detect your iPhone in recovery mode automatically. Click “Exit Recovery Mode” on the main interface.
Within one minute, your iOS device will reboot and get out of recovery mode.
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Method 2. Force Restart iPhone to Exit iOS 14 Recovery Mode
How do I get my iPhone out of recovery mode without a computer? Another easy to get iPhone out of restore mode is force restart. A force restart can fix many small iOS glitches and any way it worth to try whether it can exit iOS 14 recovery mode on iPhone.
- iPhone 8/X/XS/11: Press and quickly release Volume Up, press and quickly release Volume Down. Press and hold the Side button until the device restarts.
- iPhone 7/7 Plus: Press and hold the volume down button and the Sleep button until Apple logo appears and iPhone restarts.
iPhone 6s and earlier: Press and hold the Sleep button and the Home button until Apple logo appears and iPhone restarts.
Method 3. Repair/Downgrade iOS 14 to Fix iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode
In some cases, the iOS get corrupted and your iPhone get stuck in recovery mode/restore mode and won’t restore or restart. Don’t worry; Tenorshare ReiBoot offers you the professional solution to fix iPhone stuck in recovery mode by repairing or downgrading iOS 14. Again, no need iTunes restore, no data loss at all.
- Download and install Tenorshare ReiBoot on a computer. Launch it and connect your iPhone.
Once it detected your iPhone, click “Repair Operating System” from the main interface.
Click "Fix Now" on the next screen to proceed.
Click "Download" to start downloading iOS firmware package. If you download the iOS 13 firmware package, you will downgrade iPhone from iOS 14 beta to iOS 13.
Once it downloaded, click “Repair Now” to get iPhone out of restore mode. It will take about 10 minutes to finish.
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FAQS on iOS 14 Recovery Mode
1. What is iOS 14 recovery mode?
iOS 14 Recovery Mode is a facility on iPhone, which allows you to restore a damaged iOS. When you see the image of an USB cable and computer icon show on the screen, your iPhone is in recovery mode.
2. How do I put iPhone to recovery mode in iOS 14?
You can 1 click to put iPhone to recovery mode in iOS 14 using a free software – Tenorshare ReiBoot or use the manual way. Take iPhone 11 for example: Press and quickly release Volume Up, press and quickly release Volume Down. Press and hold the Side button until iPhone enter recovery mode.
3. How long does it take to restore an iPhone in recovery mode?
It usually takes 15 minutes to restore an iPhone in recovery mode using iTunes. If you take more than 1 hour or iPhone won’t restore in recovery mode with iTunes, use Tenorshare ReiBoot instead. It will take about 10 minutes to restore an iPhone in recovery mode.