The Evasi0n untethered jailbreak for iOS 7 is released by evad3rs team for a few days. All iPhone, iPad and iPod touch running iOS 7 to iOS 7.0.4 could now jailbreak their iOS 7 devices. However, some users complain that their device falls into endless reboot loop after jailbreaking iOS 7. Below are a few tips explaining you causes of this issue and how to fix endless reboot loop after iOS 7 jailbreak.
Updated: If you have same problems after upgrading to iOS 9/8, you can also try the method below to fix the iOS 8 reboot loop, as Tenorshare has updated all its iOS products to support iOS 8 since the release of iOS 8 beta.
Endless reboot loops or iPhone password boot loop could be caused by tweaks not functioning properly. The issue, specifically, is with MobileSubstrate, a library most jailbreak tweaks depend on, which isn't fully compatible with evasi0n. Saurik, the creator of MobileSubstrate, wasn't seeded pre-release builds of evasi0n7 so he couldn't test compatibility of the library. The evad3rs team says they'll update evasi0n7 and fix this issue soon.
When your devices get into an endless reboot loop or keep restarting and will not respond no matter which button you press, you can try to do a hard reset or force the device to reboot with the free utility called ReiBoot. Here's how:
Press and hold the Home and Sleep/Wake (or Power) button simultaneously for a few seconds till you see the Apple logo again. This should get you out of any app that's in an unresponsive state.
ReiBoot is an extremely handy utility that can reboot your iOS device and get it back to normal with a single click. It is a wonderful resolution to many issues like iPhone, iPad or iPod falls into endless reboot loop, stuck in white apple logo and stuck in recovery mode. If you're running Mac OS X 10.10, 10.9, 10.8, 10.7 and lower, turn to ReiBoot (Mac).
Just download this free utility, ReiBoot or ReiBoot (Mac) to your computer running Windows or Mac. Then connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod that is in reboot loop with your computer. Double click the icon of this free utility to launch it and follow the steps to see how to fix iphone 5 stuck in recovery loop without loosing any data.
The program will detect your device and on the main interface of ReiBoot, you will see 2 buttons. First click "Enter Recovery Mode", after a few seconds click "Exit Recovery Mode". With this done, the program will force your iDevice to reboot. When your device boot up again, you can slide to unlock it and the endless reboot loop should disappear.
ReiBoot could bring your device back to normal if your device falls into reboot loop or stuck in apple logo after jailbreak. However, if you've lost data during jailbreak and have no backup to restore from, you'll have to rely on third party software like iPhone Data Recovery to restore lost contacts, text messages, photos and more. So make sure you do a full backup of your iOS device via iTunes or iCloud before jailbreaking.comments powered by Disqus