[Solved] iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode

iPhone 4s stuck in Recovery Mode. CANNOT Restore. Help! ”
“My iPhone stuck in recovery mode after jialbreak. What should I do?”
“After updating iOS, my iPhone stuck on recovery mode. What happened? Please help me how to solve this!”

Similar things happens everyday. Sometimes we thought that we followed the jailbreak guide carefully, or update to the latest iOS step by step, but the recovery mode suddenly jumped out. The iPhone even can’t be recognized by iTunes when it was in recovery mode. So we need an easy, quick and effective solution.

1 click to solve the [iPhone stuck in recovery mode] issue

There are many people providing lots of solutions to solve the issue. And here provide an easy one: With iPhone Data Recovery, you can make your iPhone out of recovery mode in one click.

Download the free trial version below, choose the right version for your syetem OS.

Fix “iPhone stuck in recovery mode” in Windows/Mac OS

1. Install and run Dr.Fone for iOS.

2. Connect your iPhone to the computer with USB cable.

3. When the program detects your iPhone, it will show you a wnidow as below.

iphone stuck in recovery mode

4. Click the Restart button to return your iPhone to normal.

OK. Your iPhone will be back to normal as usual after the restart. It’s the easiest way to fix your “iPhone stuck in recovery mode” problem without losing any data.

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  • RIchard

    if i start holdind the power and home button it disconnets from my pc after few seconds..why?

    • lovemediasoft

      holding the power and home button for seconds, iphone will restart, so it disconnects with pc, right?

      • RIchard

        Yes but my iphone screen doesnt show anything..it just disconnects from pc

        • lovemediasoft

          so, what happened to you iPhone exactly?

          • RIchard

            ive forgot my password.. so i connected it to itunes and reseted it.. now when i connect it it said no simcard… and i cant turn on my phone.. what should i do?

          • lovemediasoft

            If you bought your iPhone from Formal channels, try these:
            1. Make sure that you have an active plan with your wireless carrier.
            2. Update your iPhone to the latest version of iOS.
            3. Go to Settings and turn on airplane mode. Wait about 10 seconds, then turn off Airplane Mode.
            4. Restart your iPhone. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button until you see the slider. Drag the slider to turn off your device. Then press and hold the Sleep/Wake button again until you see the Apple logo.
            5. Check for a carrier settings update. Go to Settings > General > About. If an update is available, you’ll see a prompt to select OK or Update.
            6. Remove your SIM card from the SIM card tray and then put the SIM card back. Make sure that the SIM tray closes completely and isn’t loose. If you use a SIM tray from a different model iPhone or from another phone manufacturer, it might not fit properly.
            7. Try using another SIM card. If you don’t have one, go to your carrier’s retail store and ask them to test with another SIM card. You might need to replace your SIM card.
            for detail, you can visit: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT201420