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Solution: iPhone Get into Recovery Mode due to iOS 7 Upgrade

Posted on Jun 22, 2016 by Jean to iPhone Data Recovery

iPhone get into recovery mode during iOS 7 Upgrade? This article introduces two easy ways to get out of recovery mode without data loss.

Apple's latest released iOS 7 is warmly welcomed by almost all of iPhone users because it is simpler, more useful and more enjoyable. However, there are also lots of problems during iOS 7 upgrade, among which iPhone get into recovery mode is the most common and terrible one.

Situations that iPhone get into recovery mode due to iOS 7 upgrade

"I was downloading iOS 7 to my iPhone 4s 16gb via iTunes. Then during the installation it said "installation failed due to an unknown cause". And then I failed to restarted my phone, actually it stuck into recovery mode."

"Today I downloaded & tried to install the new iOS 7 on my iPhone 5. At the very start I suffered an error stating that the download of iOS 7 could not be installed. After numerous attempts, finally I success to install iOS 7 onto my phone. But problem is that directly after the reboot, it went into recovery mode."

These are problems that two iPhone users encountered during their iOS 7 upgrade process. Usually when iPhone stuck into recovery mode, it cannot be turn on or it just cycle the boot process but never reach the home screen. Sometimes you might even see the iTunes logo with a USB cable pointing at it on the screen.

In this case, this article introduces how to fix the problem iPhone get into recovery mode during iOS 7 upgrade. To get out of recovery mode, completing a restore is a fast way to go.

Detailed guide to get out of recovery mode by restoring the iPhone

Step 1. Connect the dedicated USB cable of your iPhone to computer and run iTunes.

Step 2. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds, then you can see a red slider, just slide the slider to turn off the iPhone.

Step 3. Connect the iPhone to the USB cable and at the same time press and hold the Home button down. The device should turn on.

Step 4. Continue holding the Home button until you see the Connect to iTunes screen. Next you will receive a message from iTunes: "iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore this iPhone before it can be used with iTunes."

Step 5. Use iTunes to restore your iPhone.

Getting out of recovery mode by the above steps, you can only restore the device. All personal data on the device will disappear, but if you had previously synced your phone with iTunes on this computer, you can restore the data from a previous backup, otherwise, you will suffer data loss.

How to get out of recovery mode definitely without data loss

If you want to get out of recovery mode definitely without data loss, you can turn out a third party iPhone data recovery software. EaseUS MobiSaver is your best bet. With it you can easily recover your personal data from iPhone in recovery mode, for example, recover iPhone photos in recovery mode.