Dr.Fone - System Repair (iOS):
Dr.Fone - System Repair has made it easier as never before for users to get iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch out of the white screen, Recovery Mode, Apple logo, black screen, and fix other iOS issues. It will not cause any data loss while repairing the iOS system issues.
Note: After using this function, your iOS device will be updated to the latest iOS version. And if your iOS device has been jailbroken, it will be updated to a non-jailbroken version. If you have unlocked your iOS device before, it will be re-locked.
Before you start iOS repairing, get the tool downloaded onto your computer
- Part 1: Fix iOS System Issues in Standard Repair
- Part 2: Fix iOS System Issues in Advanced Repair
- Part 3: Fix iOS System Issues in Anti-Recovery Repair
- Part 4: Fix iOS System Issues When iOS Cannot be Recognized
- Part 5: Easy Way to Reset your iDevice
- Part 6: Easy Way to Get Out of Recovery Mode (Free Service)
- Part 7: Easy Way to Get Out of DFU Mode (Free Service)
Part 1: Fix iOS System Issues in Standard Repair
Step 1: Start by launching Dr.Fone on your computer after successfully installing it. Go for the option of "System Repair" across the homepage.
* Dr.Fone Mac version still has the old interface, but it does not affect the use of Dr.Fone function. We will update it as soon as possible.
Step 2: Following this, you need to specify the nature of the smartphone you are repairing. Select "iOS" as iPhones are being dealt with.
Step 3: You will be led to a new screen where you have to select the option of "iOS Repair" to repair the system issues in the iPhone.
Step 4: Find out that Dr.Fone - System Repair (iOS) supports the specific issues that your device is facing from the list provided on the next screen. If so, click on "Repair Now" to lead next. Even if the iOS system issue across your device is not present in the provided list, you can still click on "Repair Now" and proceed towards recovery.
Step 5: Select "Standard Repair" out of the two options to proceed with the iOS repair. This mode will try to repair your iOS device while keeping all data secure from loss.
Note: The Standard Repair fixes most iOS system issues by retaining device data. The Advanced Repair fixes even more iOS system issues but erases the device data. Suggest that you go to the Advanced Repair only if the Standard Repair fails.
Step 6: You are then required to put your iOS device in Recovery Mode. Before that, you've to trust the computer to operate across this process. For this, you have to connect the device to the computer through a USB connection and enter the password for the lock screen. Tap on the "Trust" option that appears as a pop-up. On successful coverage, click on "Enter Recovery Mode" to proceed next. If your device is unresponsive or acting abnormal, you have to go for the "Guide to Recovery Mode" option.
Step 7: Follow the on-screen instructions depending on your model, to put your device into Recovery Mode.
Step 8: As the device is set into the Recovery Mode, the platform automatically detects it.
Step 9: The next window provides the list of different iOS firmware that is available for installation across the iOS device. For installing any one of them, click "Download" to initiate the process.
Step 10: The iOS firmware starts to download across the computer and is displayed across the progress bar.
Step 11: Once downloaded, the platform verifies the firmware before installing it across the iOS device to avoid any problems.
Step 12: As the iOS firmware is verified, click on the "Repair Now" button to initiate the iOS system recovery process.
The repairing process is displayed across the progress bar on the next screen.
Step 13: Once you are done with it, the prompt window shows the successful completion of the process. Click "Done" to complete the execution.
Part 2: Fix iOS System Issues in Advanced Repair
Cannot fix your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to normal in the Standard Repair? To resolve more serious issues with your iOS system, you may have to opt for the Advanced Repair of this tool. However, using this approach can delete your device's data, but you have to back up the data beforehand to avoid any loss. Let's find out how you can use this feature perfectly:
Step 1: When you are in the position of selecting the specific mode of repair, click on "Advanced Repair" to execute this process.
Step 2: You have to put your device into the Recovery Mode. Before that, follow the on-screen instructions to trust the computer that is being connected to the iOS device. Once done, click on "Enter Recovery Mode". Users whose devices are not functioning properly have to go for the "Guide to Recovery Mode" option.
Step 3: Use the on-screen instructions to put your iOS device into Recovery Mode.
Step 4: As the iOS device is successfully put into the Recovery Mode, the platform automatically detects it and proceeds with the system repair.
Step 5: You have to select any iOS firmware that you want to install on your device. Click on the "Download" button adjacent to the respective firmware.
Step 6: The firmware package starts to download across the computer. The progress is shown across the bar.
The downloading will be followed by verification of the iOS firmware for installation across the device.
Step 7: As the verification concludes successfully, you will observe the "Repair Now" button appearing on the screen. Click on the respective button to start the process.
The progress of the repair will be displayed across a bar on the screen.
Step 8: Once it is successfully done, you will observe the completion window on your front. Click "Done" to conclude the Advanced system repairing of your iOS device.
Part 3: Fix iOS System Issues in Anti-Recovery Repair
Looking forward to selling out your iOS device? Dr.Fone - System Repair (iOS) offers the platform for repairing complex scenarios across the devices and performing in-depth data erase across them. The complete disk chips are formatted while trying out its Anti-Recovery Repair. Make your iOS device look completely new with the help of this efficient mode across iOS Repair.
Part 4: Fix iOS System Issues When iOS Cannot be Recognized
If your iPhone/iPad/iPod does not function well, and cannot be recognized by your PC, Dr.Fone - System Repair shows "Device is connected but not recognized" on the screen. Click on this link and the tool will remind you to boot the device in Recovery mode or DFU mode before repairing. The instructions on how to boot all iDevices in Recovery mode or DFU mode are displayed on the tool screen. Just follow along.
For example, if you have an iPhone 8 or later model, then perform the following steps:
Steps to boot iPhone 8 and later models in Recovery mode:
- Power off your iPhone 8 and connect it to your PC.
- Press and quickly release the Volume Up button. Then press and quickly release the Volume Down button.
- Finally, press and hold the Side button until the screen shows the Connect to iTunes screen.
Steps to boot iPhone 8 and later models in DFU mode:
- Use a lightning cable to connect your iPhone to the PC. Press the Volume Up button once quickly and press the Volume Down button once quickly.
- Long press the Side button until the screen turns black. Then, without releasing the Side button, long-press the Volume Down button together for 5 seconds.
- Release the Side button but keep holding the Volume Down button. The screen remains black if the DFU mode is successfully activated.
Part 5: Easy Way to Reset your iDevice
Step 1: As you are looking forward to resetting your iOS device, lead yourselves into the System Repair window and click on the "Toolbox Repair" option.
Step 2: The next window will provide you with a list of options, where you need to click on "Reset Device" to proceed with the operation.
Step 3: You can specify the mode of resetting the device. Select "General Reset" if you seek to retain all your phone data.
Step 4: If you consider selecting it, follow the on-screen instructions to reset your device with ease.
Step 5: Try out "Factory Reset" to reset the device completely and make it look like a new device.
Put your device into the Recovery Mode by following respective on-screen instructions according to your device model.
Part 6: Easy Way to Get Out of Recovery Mode (Free Service)
If your iPhone or another iDevice is unknowingly stuck on the recovery mode, here is a simple way to get out safely.
Step 1: Launch the Dr.Fone tool and select "System Repair" in the main interface. After connecting your iDevice to the computer, select "Toolbox Repair" out of the list of options provided across Dr.Fone - System Repair (iOS).
Step 2: As you proceed next, click on the "Exit Recovery Mode" to get your iOS device out of the Recovery Mode.
Step 3: You must simply click on the "Exit Recovery Mode" button to execute the process.
Part 7: Easy Way to Get Out of DFU Mode (Free Service)
Sometimes it might so happen that your iPhone might get stuck in DFU mode. This means that the DFU mode couldn't restore your iPhone as you'd hoped, and now you have to exit your iPhone from DFU mode.
Step 1: On the System Repair window, you need to select the "Toolbox Repair" option for exiting the DFU mode.
Step 2: Following this, hit the "Exit DFU Mode" to put your device out of this mode.
Step 3: As per the model you are using, follow the on-screen instructions to get your iOS device out of the DFU Mode successfully.