“My iPhone stuck in DFU mode after upgrade iOS 12/13 beta and now I can not start it or do anything, I’ve tried many ways and nothing worked for me, I can not get my iPhone 7 out of DFU mode.”
If you have arrived at this tutorial we assume that your iPhone is stuck in DFU Mode and you are probably completely scared. First of all, we ask you to calm down, many times the problems with iPhone or iPad have a simpler solution than it might seem.
Unlike recovery mode, the DFU mode is not commonly used but it is very useful if you want to install an older version of iOS (make a downgrade), perform the jailbreak, unlock the SIM card, or your iPhone is stuck in the apple logo, iTunes does not recognize iPhone in recovery mode, etc. However, in some moments, for example, you try to update to iOS 12/13 beta or simply jailbreak, it happens to you that the iPhone stuck in DFU mode. How to fix it? This article tells you 3 simple methods to fix iPhone stuck in DFU mode.
The procedure is very simple, we just have to press the Power button, which is usually on the top of the device or on the right side in the case of the models afer iPhone 6, while pressing the Home button at the same time , the button that is on the bottom half below the screen of the device. It will be necessary to keep both buttons pressed until the device is restarted, as in the image shown below, this procedure usually takes about 10 seconds. If the hard reset is successful, it means that your iPhone or iPad is out of DFU Mode.
How to get my iPhone out of DFU mode without restoring? It has been asked by many people. The solution recommended by many Apple users is iOS System Recovery if you are looking for a program to fix iPhone stuck in DFU mode without losing any data. The application is also useful when the iPhone, iPad, iPod touch stuck in the apple logo after jailbreak, black screen, stuck in iTunes logo, etc.
Step 1. Download and install the iOS System Recovery on your PC or Mac, then launch it.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer, then choose “Standard Mode” on the program.
Step 3. The program will automatically detect your device and prompt the suitable iOS firmware for you. All you need to do is to click on the “Download” button.
Step 4. After the download is complete, start fixing iOS, it will takes a few minutes.
Once the repair process is complete, your iPhone or iPad will no longer stuck in DFU mode.
Otherwise, if you still have your iPhone stuck in DFU Mode, you can always try to restore your device through iTunes which will erase all your data or approach an authorized service or Apple Store, especially if you still have the device under warranty, to help you to discard that it is a hardware problem and there is some defective component.