iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode
iPhone Stuck on Apple Logo
iPhone Boot Loop
White Screen of Death
iPhone Black Screen
iPhone Won't Turn On
iPhone Stuck on Spinning Circle
iPhone Update Failure
More iOS Issues
FoneGeek iOS System Recovery works in a really secure way. Your privacy and data are highly protected during the repair.
Compared with iTunes, it requires no technical knowledge to proceed the recovery. Everyone can easily fix the iOS/iPadOS/tvOS system issues on your device with just a few simple clicks.
Simple to Use
100% Secure & Clean
iPad Pro, iPad mini 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad Air 4, iPad Air 3, iPad Air 2, iPad 8/7/6/5
iPod touch 7, iPod touch 6, iPod touch 5, iPod touch 4, iPod touch 3, iPod touch 2, iPod touch
Choose "Standard Mode" and connect your iPhone to the computer via USB cable.
Choose the firmware version that matching your device and then click "Download".
Once the firmware package is downloaded, click "Fix Now" to start system recovery.
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DFU or Recovery Mode are set by Apple to repair iOS system.
To fix iOS system problem with the most effective way, you should put your iPhone into DFU or Recovery mode. What’s more, when the device cannot be deteced, DFU/Recovery mode will get the device successfully recognized by our program.
First of all, download FoneGeek iOS System Recovery on your computer and launch it.
Choose the repair mode and connect your iPhone/iPad to computer.
If the device can be supported by the program, you will be able to click on "Start" to proceed.
If else, the message of "Your Device Is Not Supported" will be displayed.
With FoneGeek iOS System Recovery, you can fix almost all iOS issues without the help of a technical specialist, such as:
iPhone black/white screen of death.
iPhone stuck on Apple logo, Recovery/DFU mode.
iOS upgrade/downgrade failure issue.
iPhone stuck on boot loop/won’t turn on or device is frozen.
iPad, iPod touch or Apple TV issues.
Your device data will not get lost when you use the Standard Mode while the Advanced mode will erase all the device data.