As a data-recovery software, iPhone Data Recovery can not only recover your iPhone data, but also help you get out of the recovery mode of your iPhone when it stuck in recovery mode. I will show you two different solutions to teach you how to get your iPhone out of recovery mode.
You can download the free trial version on your computer first.
Solution 1: Factory Reset your iPhone to Get out of Recovery ModeThis is the basic way that you just need to factory reset your iPhone to recover your device. All your data will be erased. If you have an iTunes backup or iCloud backup before, you can recover your data back. In order to prevent your iTunes backup from being updated, you need to use another computer to make the factory reset. Then connect your device to the PC and run iTunes. Click “Restore” button and all data will be erased. After restoring, connect your device to iTunes on your own computer. Choose the right backup file to retrieve your data back.
Note: If you need to preview the content of the iTunes backup, I recommend iPhone Data Recovery to you as it can help you check the details of the data.
Step 1: Select and scan iTunes backup file
Firstly, launch the program and switch the recovery mode to “Recover from iTunes Backup File”. Then you will see all the iTunes backup files displayed in list as the window shown below. Select the right file and click “Start Scan”. Then the program will begin to extract your iTunes data.
Step 2: Preview and Recover Your Backup Data
After the scanning, all the data scanned out will be shown in categories as the window shown below. You can preview the details of the data, and choose what you want to get back. Then click “Recover” to retrieve your data.
Note: If you only want to preview the data deleted from your iPhone, you can press “Only display the deleted item(s)” at the top of window.
Solution 2: Exit Recovery Mode with iPhone Data RecoveryStep 1: Install and run iPhone Data Recovery
After downloading, install and run the program on your computer. Then connect your iPhone to the computer, and you will see the following window.
Step 2: Reboot your iPhone to exit recovery mode
Click the “Restart” or “Set up” button, then your device will be rebooted. After that, your iPhone will be restored and everything will return to normal.
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