Why Need to Put iPhone into Recovery Mode?
Have you ever encountered the situation that you connect your iPhone to iTunes, but the device is completely non-responsive? Or what when you need to downgrade your device from beta software? All that situations require you to put your iPhone into recovery mode. Well, it is different from "DFU" mode, which allows you to bypass standard restoration procedures and allows you to perform more advanced operations, such as downloading custom firmware or install older iOS software. Recovery mode is a total restoration operation that completely resets your tablet to a version that previously worked just fine. Now that you know the various distinctions in software reset operations, you will need to actually perform this recovery mode function.
How to Put iPhone in Recovery Mode?
1. Turn off your iPhone;
2. Hold down the Home button and plug the iPhone into your computer. Keep on holding the Home button until there is a pop-up screen asking you to connect to iTunes;
3. iTunes on your computer will be launched automatically and show you a new window saying that there is an iPhone that is in Recovery Mode and needs to be restored before you can use it. Just click "OK";
4. Press on the "Restore iPhone" if that is what you want to put into recovery mode.
Why We Need An iPhone Data Recovery Program?
However, the method above is not always working so that you have to turn to ask help from some third-party programs, such as RecBoot, to force your iPhone into recovery mode. In that case, you'd better be prepared with an iPhone data recovery program like Coolmuster iPhone Data Recovery for Windows and Mac to help you recover lost data from iPhone 14/13/12/11/X/8 Plus/8/7/6 if you have lost important iPhone data during the process of putting your iPhone into Recovery Mode. Don't worry about the complexity of using the iPhone Data Recovery because it can recover almost everything from iPhone, iPad and iPod in 3 steps only. The following guide will tell you how.
First of all, please download the Windows or Mac version of the iPhone Data Recovery according to your computer system.
Step 1: Launch iPhone Data Recovery and choose your iPhone backup file
Install and launch the data recovery program for your iPhone. It will scan your computer and detect all the backup records for iDevices you have ever synced with this computer. Navigate to the one for your iPhone, highlight it and click the "Start Scan" button to scan out all contained files in the backup record.
Step 2. Preview and select the files you want to restore
After the scan, the program will display all the iPhone's content in categories, including Call History, Contacts, Text Messages, Notes, Safari, Calendar, Reminders, Voice Memos, Camera Roll, Photos, etc. Before recovering your iPhone data, you can open each category and preview the files one by one.
Step 3. Recover lost data from your iPhone
Choose the files you want to recover and hit on the "Recover" button. Then, a path choosing dialog will pop up, asking you to choose a location to save the recovered iPhone data. Just customize a destination and the recovering process will begin.