Overview: Your iPhone can not get out of boot loop? Looking for a simple ways to fix your iPhone that keep restarting or stuck in boot loop without losing data? This article will share you with the complete solutions to repair the iOS system issues for any iPhone devices.
The iPhone is a series of smart phones developed by Apple in the United States, equipped with the iOS operating system developed by it. By October 14, 2020, the fourteenth generation iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max will be released. The iPhone currently uses the IOS system, which is smoother than the Android system and has a better experience. Moreover, the iOS system is very strict with regard to authority control. Whether it is the application software on the mobile phone or the mobile phone user, the operating authority of the system is within the scope of Apple's prior control. Therefore, it is rare that there will be a virus in the iPhone or the user's expenses are inexplicably deducted. In addition, the iPhone’s hardware is not unique in the world, but it is absolutely top-notch. The iPhone’s optimization of every detail can be described as "extreme". The iPhone’s innovative multi-touch operation experience and minimal user UI experience enable global consumption. Everyone is crazy about it. Almost every year, Apple releases a major version of the iOS system update to improve and increase the functions of the iOS system and bring users a richer experience.
The most common problem in iPhone involves making the iPhone restart loop. Many customers report that after updating iOS 14, users are more and more likely to encounter iPhone restart problems.It has been observed that the iPhone is stuck in the boot loop due to malware or incorrect updates. The Apple logo is flashing on the screen at this time, instead of starting it, restarting the device. This will result in repeated iPhone startup loops. If you encounter the same problem, as long as you read this article, don't worry! This article will introduce you to five solutions to fix iPhone that keeps restarting or stuck in boot loop.
This is one of the easiest solutions to break the iPhone restart cycle. Simply restart the phone forcibly and interrupt the ongoing power cycle.
Note: iPhone will first shut down and then restart. During this process, do not release the side buttons.
If it is because the iPhone is stuck in a startup loop after restoring the iPhone or updating iOS using iTunes, the problem may lie with the version of iTunes. The old version of iTunes may have compatibility issues with the latest iOS version. Therefore, if you have tried the above methods, please check the version of iTunes to see if it needs to be updated. The specific operation is as follows.
On Mac (running macOS Mojave or earlier):
If you have used all the methods and still have no effect, then you can choose to restore the iPhone to factory settings to interrupt its restart cycle. However, when doing so, the phone's data will be completely erased. If you have backed it up on iTunes, you can restore it later. To recover from the iPhone restart loop, follow the steps below.
Step 1: First, please use a data cable and connect it to your iPhone. Be careful not to connect the other end to any other place.
Step 2: then, please long press the home button on the device for a few seconds, your device will be connected to the system.
Step 3: Now, launch iTunes on the system to put the phone in recovery mode. It will display the iTunes symbol on the screen. Just release the home button. You have turned on the recovery mode on your device and can use iTunes to restore its backup.
Note: Although if you don't try other methods to repair the iPhone stuck in the boot loop, we actually don't recommend you to use this method because it will erase the iPhone data.
iOS System Recovery is an expert in data and system recovery, it can help you easily solve hundreds of iOS system issues for your iPhone, such as stuck in Apple logo/recovery mode/DFU mode/boot loop/black screen/white screen/blue screen/zoom mode/shuffle mode/safe mode/safe mode, iPhone Disabled after unlock failure, iPhone stuck on verifying update, iPhone cannot turn on normally, and any other issues. The most attractive thing is that after it solves the problem, no data will be lost at all. In addition, it has no technical skills requirements, and everyone can handle it. Its compatibility is also very strong, and it fully supports all iPhone/iPad models and iOS versions.
Firstly, you need to download and install the corresponding version of iOS System Recovery on your computer, and follow the below steps to fix your iPhone get out of boot loop.
Step 1: Launch this disabled iPhone fixing software on your computer. Then connect your iPhone to the computer with a USB cable. Click "More tools" in the left column, and then select "iOS System Recovery" in the preview window.
After that, click the "Start" button to start repairing the disabled iPhone.
Step 2: Click the "Question" button, and then follow the instructions to set your iPhone to recovery or DFU mode. Here, we set the disabled iPhone to DFU mode.
Step 3: Select the correct iPhone model, and then click "Download" to download the repaired device plug-in. After the plug-in download is complete, this software can automatically fix the disabled iPhone blue screen problem and restore it to normal.
In addition to fix the abnormal iOS system, iOS System Recovery also allows you to recover deleted and lost data like Text Messages, iMessages, WhatsApp/Kik/Line/Viber/Messenger messages and attachments, Contacts, Photos, Notes, Call History and so on from your iPhone device without backup.
Step 1: Launch the program, and then connect the iOS device to the computer via a USB cable.
Note: For iOS 11 or later, you need to unlock the iPhone first, and then click "Trust" on the iPhone. If you are using iPhone 4/3GS, iPad 1 or iPod touch 4, you need to download a plug-in and follow the steps on the interface to enter the scan mode.
Step 2: Select Recover from iOS Device in the software interface, and then click the "Start Scan" button to start scanning the deleted data.
Step 3: After scanning, all files in the device will be listed by category. Please note that if you have many files in your iPhone, the scanning process may take longer. please wait patiently.
Step 4: You can find the target file in its own category and preview it. For example, if you want to make sure that the photo is exactly what you want, double-click it and you can preview it.
Step 5: Select the desired content, and then click the "Recover" button. The selected file will be exported and saved on your computer.