Can you backup iPhone in recovery mode?
Data security is one of Apple’s proficiencies. Even the FBI wants Apple to help them unlock the iPhone of the suspects. You could feel free to use your iPhone when it is normally started, but it might not be easy to use it in the special mode. Somehow your iPhone might run into recovery mode, and you feel very confused. Why does this happen?
● If you dropped iPhone onto the floor or into the water, and try to restart it, recover mode might be automatically started.
● If iOS is corrupt on your iPhone, you need to use recover mode to repair system.
● If you failed to jailbreak iPhone, you might need recovery mode or DFU mode to repair system.
Can you backup iPhone in recovery mode? The answer might be NO. If your iPhone is in recovery mode, it could only be used to recover iPhone by connecting iPhone to iTunes with a USB cable. If you want to backup iPhone, you need to exit recovery mode first.
If your iPhone just accidentally went into recovery mode, you could exit without losing data.
What is iPhone recovery mode?
The recovery mode is not useless and it could very useful to fix your iPhone when it’s disabled. This would be the ultimate way to save your iPhone. You need to enter recovery mode, and then connect iPhone to the latest iTunes on computer. iTunes would help you recover iPhone but it would erase all the content and settings. You should backup your iPhone before anything like that happens.
How to enable recovery mode?
The method of entering recovery mode depends on the iPhone you are using. Before you perform any operation, you should connect iPhone to iTunes with USB cable.
●iPhone 8 or later: Press the volume+button and then quickly release. Press the volume- buttonand then quickly release. Press the power button for seconds and then iPhone would enter recovery mode.
● iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus: Press both the power button and volume- button for seconds and the iPhone would enter recovery mode.
● iPhone 6s or earlier: Press both the power button and the Home button for seconds and then iPhone would enter recovery mode.
How to exit recovery mode?
If your iPhone wrongly enters recovery mode, you could exit it by force restarting iPhone. The way to force restart iPhone also depends on the iPhone you are using. It is the same as the way you enable recovery mode. Just disconnect iPhone from iTunes and then exit recovery mode by force restarting.
You could also do this when iPhone isn’t responding.
Bonus Tip: What’s the difference between recovery mode and DFU mode?
● Recovery mode could help you completely recover iPhone.
● DFU mode is usually enabled to downgrade iOS.
How to backup iPhone after exiting recovery mode?
After the threatening experience, you must be aware of that you need to backup iPhone immediately. To save the most important files on iPhone, you need the professional tool. FoneTool is considered as an excellent iPhone backup software. It’s totally free. You could use it to backup photos, videos, music, contacts, messages from iPhone to computer, and know everything about your backup.
Preview and select iPhone files on iPhone when backup or restore
Restore/transfer data from iPhone backup to another device with no issues about incompatibly (iPad and iPod Touch are supported. iOS 16 is supported.)
Easily view and mange backup copy on computer
Step 1. Download FoneTool to computer and connect iPhone to computer with USB cable.
Step 2. Select Selective Backup under More Features. Click an icon to view and select the files on iPhone. After selecting files, click OK to return.
Step 3. Click Backup Storage Path to change the default backup settings. Start Backup to save everything to computer.
Recovery mode could help your repair all the iOS issues, but it would erase all the data, too, so you should backup iPhone with FoneTool before doing that. If your iPhone wrongly went into recovery mode, you could force start iPhone to exit recovery mode with zero data loss.
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