Every once in a while your iPhone just refuses to work and you are directed to connect it to iTunes for repair. Or perhaps your iPhone is physically damaged and the screen is unreadable. How can you fix your disabled iPhone 7/SE/6s/6/5s/5/4s?
Whatever the reason sometimes you entered the wrong passcode 10 times in a row, your iPhone will automatically disable itself and say that it needs to be connected to iTunes to be restored. If you ever synced your iPhone with iTunes, then you’ll be able to erase your iPhone including the passcode from iTunes.
If your phonegets stuck on Recovery Mode, DFU mode, Apple logo, blue/black screen etc. and becomes disabled in some way, one of the best ways it can be fixed without data loss is ReiBoot,. This allows you to enter and exit recovery mode easily and at will, without a lot of messing about with iTunes.
Plus with ReiBoot Pro (an upgrade you can get for a small fee) you can automatically restore the firmware of your iPhone without touching your precious data. ReiBoot is great at fixing lots of iPhone technical problems with the push of a button.
Another solution, and this goes way deeper, isthat your iPhone is unfortunately physically damaged. In this case, make sure that you have backed up your iPhone data and then take it to an Apple store to see if they can repair it. If you don’t have any backup of your iPhone, UltData will be a great helper for you. It enables you to recover any data from your phone, even if it’s screen and buttons are disabled, and output that data in a variety of useful ways.
We hope the solutions outlined above will help you fix disabled iPhone 7/SE/6s/6/5s/5/4s. If you have any other issues, please leave a message at the comment place.comments powered by Disqus