Apple users face issue of Recovery Mode loop with their devices every now and then. If you are one of those people who are facing this issue you don’t have to worry about it, as it is very common issue and there is an easy fix available for this issue. This tutorial will work for every iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch you just have to be patient and follow the tutorial properly.
Important: There is no tool available in the market that will fix recovery mode loop for you. So please don’t pay for any tool online that claims to fix recovery mode loop.
There are two different methods that will fix this recovery mode loop and I will show both of them in this tutorial.
- Disconnect your device from computer.
- Press the Power and Home button at the same time.
- Keep holding both the buttons until you see white Apple logo on your screen. (First your device will turn off and then it will turn on again and you will see white Apple logo)
- Release both the buttons and your device will boot up normally.
If the first method is not working you have to follow the second one and this will 100% fix recovery mode on your Apple device. This methods basically restores your device through iTunes and if you haven’t backed up your data you will unfortunately loose all of it.
- First of all you have to connect your device to computer and put your device in DFU mode. (Click here if you don’t know how to put your device in DFU mode)
- Once your device is in DFU mode iTunes will pop up letting you know it has detected a device in Recovery mode.
Important: Although iTunes is telling you, your device is in Recovery mode but it is in DFU mode if the screen is black and there is no iTunes logo on it so don’t worry about iTunes message.
- Click on restore and the restore process will begin. Once it has completed you will be having full functional iOS device.