Just can't get access to iPhone after upgrade it to iOS 9 on Mac then shows iPhone stuck in Recovery Mode?
iOS 9 now is available to all iOS users coming with serial fabulous features, offering new comfortable user experience. Many users have successfully finished iOS 9 update on their devices, but unfortunately there are still thousands of people who came across the iOS 9 update fail problems and iOS device got stuck in Recovery Mode. But no worries, in this page, we would like to show you the reliable ways of how to free fix iPhone, iPad, iPod stuck in Recovery Mode during/after iOS 99.3/.2/9.1/9 upgrade on Mac.
ReiBoot for Mac is an effective freeware with 1 click to help you get iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch get out of Recovery Mode without data loss. It can reboot your iOS device when it won't boot properly, even when your device's Home button is broken, devices get stuck in Apple logo or iTunes logo/USB cable, reboot loop, etc during/after iOS 9 upgrade.
To exit iDevice stuck in Recovery Mode after iOS 9 update on Mac, just run this tool on your Mac and connect your iPhone, iPad, iPod to the Mac. ReiBoot will recognize in recovery mode. Then click on the "Exit Recovery Mode" button to reboot your device.
If you fail by the steps above to exit recovery mode, you can try another workable way to get out of this issue-try iTunes to restore device and update firmware. This solution can fix iPhone, iPad, iPod stuck in Recovery Mode after iOS 9 update on Mac. In this case, you will restore your device to the original factory settings and download the newest iOS to restore to the iDevice.
Make sure to backup your data before update and restore. Once start restore, all data on your device will be deleted. Read about how to recover lost iPhone data after iOS 9 upgrade. if you lost iOS data during the process.
First, connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch which is stuck in Recovery Mode to Mac and open iTunes. And make sure your iTunes is the latest version.
Step 1: After you connect iOS device to computer, iTunes will recognize your device in Recovery Mode. If iTunes fails to recognize it, do as below:
Turn off your device and leave it off, plug in your device's USB cable to a computer with iTunes, hold down the Home button of your device as you connect the USB cable, keep holding down the Home button until you see the "connect to iTunes" screen on your device.
Step 2: In iTunes, click on "Restore iPhone".
Step 3: Then iTunes will detect the newest iOS and remind you to restore. Click "Restore".
Step 4: After that, iTunes will automatically download the newest iOS 9 firmware and update to your iPhone. Don't unplug the USB cable until it finishes.
After the restore job is done, your iOS device will go well. Hopefully this sharing post will solve the issue of iPhone, iPad, iPod stuck in Recovery Mode after iOS 9 upgrade on Mac, then you can use your iPhone, iPad, iPod with delight again!comments powered by Disqus