It is unusual for an iPhone has problems that do not allow us to start the device and enter the Springboard, but that is possible, especially if you like the jailbreak or try the betas of iOS. When your iPhone is unable to launch itself, you have to restore the device by putting it in DFU mode (Device Firmware Upgrade).
Although, the process is simple to do. What we suggest you is to follow the steps exactly or, otherwise, you’ll not be able to get into DFU mode and won’t be able to restore your iPhone. Anyway, you can try as many times as you want because the process is completely safe for your device.
- Firstly, connect your iPhone to the computer.
- Then, turn off the device.
- Now, press the power button for 3 seconds.
- Without releasing the button, press the start button (home) and off for 10 seconds.
- Release the power button and hold the home button (home) until you see the iTunes logo on the screen of your device.
Keep in mind that you have to put your iPhone/iPod or iPad into DFU mode unless absolutely necessary. This tutorial only makes sense if your device does not allow us to restore it for some reason, as can happen when doing the downgrade from beta of iOS to an official release or because a Cydia tweak has left your iPhone/iPod or iPad into an infinite inception in not allowing the apple logo appear when you turn.
If you have ignored our warning and have put your device in DFU mode without being necessary, you have three options: the first is to restore, but it is best if you first try to force a restart (sleep button + start to see the apple). And the third option, although not exactly the same, download TinyUmbrella, connect your device to your computer and play the “Exit Recovery” button.
In case, you have any queries then comment below for help. We will be glad to help you!