This article explains what iPhone recovery mode is and how to enter and exit iPhone recovery mode.
iPhone Recovery Mode is a mode that helps you fix iOS system issues. If you don’t know what it is and how to put your iPhone in and out of recovery mode, you’ve come to the right place. In this article you will find the answers you want.
Let’s get started.
What is iPhone Recovery Mode?
iPhone Recovery Mode, also known as iPhone Recovery Mode, is a mode that allows your iPhone to run iBoot Bootloader. This mode can easily fix your iOS system problems, restore iPhone and reinstall iOS. But unlike DFU mode, another mode often used by developers, Recovery mode only allows you to install iOS that is similar to or higher than the current iOS.
When should I put my iPhone into recovery mode?
Recovery mode can help you fix iOS problems. In the following scenarios, it is recommended to put your iPhone into recovery mode.
- You want to restore your iPhone.
- Your computer can’t read iPhone content.
- Your iPhone is disabled or permanently locked.
- You want to update or reinstall iOS on your Mac.
- If your screen is stuck at the Apple logo for a few minutes with no progress bar.
How to enter iPhone into recovery mode
If you have a problem with your iPhone and want to put it into recovery mode, follow these steps:
Connect your iPhone to your Mac or PC.
Open Finder or iTunes.
- For Macs running macOS Catalina and later, open the Finder.
- For Mac and Windows computers running macOS Mojave and earlier, open iTunes. (If iTunes is not the latest version, update it first.)
Depending on your iPhone mode, press and hold the right buttons until the Recovery Mode screen appears on your iPhone. (This process may take up to 10 seconds.)
iPhone 8 or later, including iPhone SE (2nd generation): Press and hold the button Raise your voice button. press and quickly release Lower the volume button. Then, press and hold Side Press until you see the recovery mode screen.
iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPod touch (7th generation): Press and hold High (to eat Side) the and Lower the volume buttons at the same time. Keep holding them until you see the recovery mode screen.
iPhone 6s or earlier, including iPhone SE (1st generation) and iPod touch (6th generation) or earlier: The house the and High (to eat Side) buttons at the same time. Keep holding them until you see the recovery mode screen.
Council: When your iPhone successfully enters recovery mode, you should see the following screen on your iPhone. (The recovery mode screen is slightly different on iPhones running iOS 12 and earlier.)
How to get iPhone out of recovery mode
If you accidentally put your iPhone into recovery mode, or if your iPhone is stuck on the recovery screen, how do you get it out of recovery mode? Don’t worry. You can try the following methods:
press and hold Side (to eat Sleep) until your iPhone screen goes black. Depending on your iPhone model, you may also need to click Lower the volume button.
When you release the key/button, you will see the iPhone start automatically.
Basically, once the recovery process is complete, the iPhone will exit recovery mode automatically. All you need to do is restore or update your iPhone. Note that this method may cause data loss.
Another quick way to get your iPhone out of recovery mode is to use a third-party tool like Fix My iPhone. Just download, install and launch it, make sure your iPhone is connected to your computer and click “Exit Recovery Mode”.
If your iPhone is being restored or updated, do not exit recovery mode, otherwise your iPhone may become damaged.
We hope you found this article helpful. The next time you have a problem with your iPhone, you can follow these instructions to fix it.