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How to Fix iPhone Stuck at Apple Logo

2013-10-23 14:49:17 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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Some Apple fans might have met the problem of their iPhone, iPad, iPod stuck at Apple Logo and won't be able to boot all the way up to enter the main interface. This problem occurs more to the jailbroken iDevices when the user attempt to upgrade the iOS version. It doesn't help at all even though you try many times to turn to the phone on and off. Generally, there are two ways to fix this issue.

Part 1: DFU mode + iTunes


• Connect your device to the computer
• Launch iTunes
Enter DFU mode by holding the Power button for 3 seconds, while continuing to hold the Power button also hold the Home button for 10 seconds, then release the Power button but keep holding the Home button for another 15 seconds
• There will be a notice saying that iPhone has been detected in recovery mode, click "OK"
• Click the iPhone in iTunes then the "Restore" button.
itunes-detect-iphone-in-recovery

After restoring the iPhone, you will have do re-jailbreak because your iPhone will be restored to factory default settings.

Part 2: iPhone Data Recovery (Mac or Windows)


If the above method doesn't work for you and your iPhone has broken, you might opt for the second way to get the files back from your device.
• Download iPhone Data Recovery and get it installed on your computer.
Windows Version Mac Version

• Run the program and connect your iPhone to the computer.
• There are two recovering modes, you can choose "Recover from iOS device". Operate according to the instructions, you should be able to regain your data now!
ios-data-recovery

The above two methods are the most efficient ways to get the iPhone rid of being stuck to the the Apple Logo. We are welcome if anyone share their similar experience with us.

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