iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode
iPhone stuck in recovery mode is a common issue encountered by many iPhone users. When this problem occurs, your iPhone will be shown on black background screen with an iTunes mark, a white arrow, and a white cable. If you are unable to reset it again, you had better get iPhone out of recovery mode by restoring it to factory settings which of course will wipe all data on it. So, you will ask this question: how to retrieve data from iPhone in recovery mode. Here, this post will introduce you a piece of professional iPhone data recovery software – MiniTool Mobile Recovery for iOS.
How to Retrieve Data from iPhone in Recovery Mode
This software is specially designed to retrieve photos, messages, notes, Safari bookmarks, videos, contacts, call history, and more from iPhone 7 Plus/7/SE/6S Plus/6S/6 Plus/6/5S/5C/5/4S/4/3GS, iPad 2/1, iPad mini, and iPod Touch 5/4. It offers three recovery modes: “Recover from iOS Device”, which can scan data on your iOS device and recover them to your computer; “Recover from iTunes Backup File”, which focuses on scanning and restoring your previous iTunes backup; and “Recover from iCloud Backup File”, which is designed to download the relative iCloud backup file to your computer.
As mentioned in the beginning of this post, you have to factory reset your iPhone to fix the device which is stuck in recovery mode. Under this circumstance, “Recover from iOS Device” mode can’t scan your iPhone data anymore. However, if you have available iTunes and iCloud backup files, you will be able to get your iPhone data back with the rest two recovery modes of this software.
Then you can refer to the following step-by-step guides.
Way 1: Recover iPhone Data from iTunes Backup File
To use this way, you have to guarantee the target iTunes backup file is stored on the computer.
Step1: Choose the target recovery mode, and then you will see the iTunes backup files listed on the interface. If the target backup file is not shown here, you need to click on the blue button “Select” to find it out from your computer and add it on the interface manually. Then press on the relative backup file and click “Scan” to start the scanning process.
Step 2: Here, you will see the scanning results interface which is shown as following. In this step, you need to select the items you want to restore, and then click on “Recover”.
Step 3: The rest two pop-out windows will guide you to find a path on the computer to save the recovered items.
Way 2: Retrieve iPhone Data from iCloud Backup File
As for this way, you should notice that because of the limitations of iCloud, “Recover from iCloud Backup File” mode can’t get iCloud backups of iOS 9.0 and the latter versions.
Step 1: Click on “Recover from iCloud Backup File” from the main interface. Then, type in the “Apple ID” and “Password” on the input bar and click on “Sign In”.
Step 2: Choose the iCloud backup you want to use and click on “DownLoad”.
Step 3: Select the types of files you want to download and press on “Confirm”.
Step 4: Then, you will enter the results interface. Just choose the data and files you want to restore, and then find a location to store them.
At last, you are able to use these recovered items immediately.
With this tool, recovering data from iPhone in recovery mode is not a difficult task for you.