It is really frustrating when iPhone users encounter such problem, for which you can do nothing but learn a lesson indeed that doing backup timely is very important. In fact, there is an easy-use tool that enables you to get your iPhone out of recovery mode and undelete data, it is called iPhone Data Recovery.
iPhone Data Recovery, a powerful data recovery tool for iOS users, is capable of recovering lost or deleted data like photos, text messages, contacts from iPhone even when iPhone stuck on recovery mode. Now I will show you how to get your iPhone out of recovery mode and three different solutions to retrieve files.
Please download the free trial version on your computer first.
Solution 1: How to Fix an iPhone Stuck in Recovery ModeStep 1. Connect Your iPhone to the Computer
Run the program and plug your iPhone in the computer, the program will detect your iPhone automatically and you'll see the window as below.
Step 2. Exit Recovery Mode Without iTunes
Follow the instruction shown on the interface, you only need to click the "Restart" button, and then your iPhone will be automatically restart and return to normal mode in a few seconds.
Solution 2: Restore Lost Data from iPhone DirectlyStep 1. Connect Your iPhone to Computer and Start Scan
Launch iPhone Data Recovery and connet your iPhone to computer via USB cable. You will see the interface as below:
For iPhone 4/3GS users, please choose "Advanced Mode" firstly, and then click "Start Scan" to scan your device.
Step 2. Preview and Undelete Lost Files from iPhone
As the scanning finishes, you can preview and choose the data you would like to export, then click "Recover" to save them on computer.
Solution 3: Extract iPhone Data from iTunes Backup FileStep 1. Select and Scan an iTunes Backup File
Switch to "Recover from iTunes Backup File", choose the latest backup file on the list and click "Start Scan".
Step 2. Retrieve Deleted Data from iTunes Backup
After the scanning process, all data stored in backup files are displayed. Mark down those data you want by ticking and then click “Recover”.
Solution 4: Recover iPhone Files from iCloud BackupStep 1. Sign in Your iCloud Account
Choose "Recover from iCloud Backup File" mode, and sign in your iCloud account.
Step 2. Download iCloud Backup File
After getting access into iCloud account, iCloud backup files will be listed automatically. Choose one of them you want and press "Download" button.
Step 3. Extract iPhone Data to Computer
Now choose any data that you'd like to retrieve by simply ticking them and press “Recover” button. Those data will be exported to a folder on your computer.
Would you like to have a try? Just click the option below to download the program and have a try.