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How Do I Fix iPhone Error 29?
Your Apple iPhone stops working and you get an Error 29 message ... System failure! ... Don’t panic. It’s not the end of your iPhone. Here are six things you can do to prevent Error 29 or set things right again.
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As you know, the iPhone, the world’s leading smartphone, is extremely reliable. This is because Apple maintains stringent quality control over manufacturing by making all components itself. Despite this, an iPhone can occasionally fail to work properly.
If your iPhone’s operating system malfunctions, your phone will simply stop working. You will also get an Error 29 iPhone message, aka an iTunes Error 29. BTW, the "29" is just nerdy shorthand for "system failure". There are many reasons why your iPhone’s operating system can malfunction, such as:
These sound serious, of course. But I am going to show you several things you can do to fix oravoid Error 29 iPhone:
- Part 1: Fix iPhone error 29 without losing data (Simple and fast)
- Part 2: Install a new battery correctly to fix iPhone error 29 (Special)
- Part 3: Fix iPhone error 29 by keeping your anti-virus application up to date
- Part 4: Update the iOS operating system to fix iPhone error 29 (Time consuming)
- Part 5: How to fix iTunes Error 29 (Complex)
- Part 6: Fix iPhone error 29 by fctory reset (Data loss)
dr.fone - Repair (iOS) is the simplest and most efficient way to solve error 29 problems. Most importantly, we can fix iPhone error 29 without losing data by using this software.
This application from dr.fone makes it super-easy to restore these Apple devices to their normal operating state ... by fixing the issues that make them malfunction. These issues include Error 29 iTunes and Error 29 iPhone.
Not only will dr.fone - Repair (iOS) solve your system issues, but it will update the device to the latest version of iOS. In addition, once done, the device will be relocked and will not be jail-broken, ie the software restrictions imposed on iOS devices by Apple’s operating system will still be in place.
3 steps to fix iPhone Error 29 with no data loss!
- Fixes various iOS system issues like recovery mode, white Apple logo, black screen, looping on start, etc.
- Only recovers your iOS back to its normal state, with no data loss at all.
- Supports iPhone X / 8 (Plus)/ iPhone 7(Plus)/ iPhone6s(Plus), iPhone SE and the latest iOS 12 beta fully!
- Work for all models of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
Steps to fix iPhone error 29 without data loss by dr.fone
Step 1: Select "Repair"
Step 2: Download latest iOS version
Step 3: Repair iPhone error 29 issue
As you can see, dr.fone - Repair (iOS) is super-easy to use, its completely automatic once you have pressed "Download", you end up with the latest iOS, and your system is relocked so that it is fully protected once more.
In other words, dr.fone is, without doubt, the simplest and most reliable way to fix iPhone Error 29 and is the first choice among savvy iPhone users all around the world.
Besides resolving error 29 issues, dr.fone - Repair (iOS) can fix a variety of other problems with the iPhone operating system. For this reason, I keep a downloaded copy on my hard drive just in case I ever need it.
A non-original battery or one that’s been installed incorrectly can cause Error 29 iPhone.
I have said it before and it is worth repeating: when replacing the battery in your iPhone, it is vital to use an original Apple battery and not a copy ... to ensure that everything works correctly. You’d be surprised how many people try to save a few bucks by buying a non-original battery and then end up with an Error 29 iPhone.
Still, even if you replace the battery with an original, you can still get an Error 29 when restoring or updating the operating system using iTunes. Later in this article I will show you to deal with this.
But first I am going to show you how to install a new battery properly so that your risk of an iPhone Error 29 is reduced. It’s a doddle:
Simple, wasn’t it?
A lot of people fail to keep their anti-virus protection up to date. Do they include you?
This is a serious omission because, as your antivirus database becomes outdated, you are becoming more and more vulnerable to viruses and malware. In addition, an outdated antivirus database can cause an error 29 when you are updating iTunes. So you must make sure it is up to date.
Updating your antivirus program from the iTunes store is pretty simple so there is no need for me to go into that. Just remember that, once updated, you should restart your iPhone to check whether it is working properly.
If you still have problems or are getting error 29 iTunes, the best thing to do is to remove that particular antivirus application. But don’t forget to install another one! There is nothing more vulnerable than an unprotected device.
As well as keeping your anti-virus application up to date, to avoid iPhone Error 29 you also need to make sure you are always running the latest version of iOS. I’ll show you how to do this next.
A lot of people (including you?) neglect to keep their operating systems up to date. But doing so is vital because older versions of iOS may not be able to handle the latest software updates. The result may be a miscommunication between iTunes and iPhone that causes error 29.
Here’s how to update the Apple operating system (iOS):
Unfortunately, iTunes itself could be the cause of an error 29 in your iPhone. But fixing it is really simple once your iPhone is connected to your computer.
Your computer must also have the latest version of iTunes installed. Otherwise it will not be able to recognize hardware changes made to the iPhone or do a factory reset or software update.
So first you have to update iTunes to the latest version. Let me show you how:
On the other hand you could try the nuclear option, aka a factory reset. But this is strictly a last resort as, unlike the dr.fone - Repair (iOS) application, it wipes out all your data.
Sometime... if you are not using the dr.fone - Repair (iOS) application... the only way to fix an error 29 is to restore the iPhone to its factory settings.
But this does not always get rid of the problem. Nevertheless, let me show you how.
But Note ... the factory reset deletes all the contents from the iPhone ... so you must create a backup before starting the reset process. I cannot stress this enough.
You will lose all your data ... if you do not do a backup first.
Here’s how to restore the factory settings:
Like I said ... that’s the nuclear option ... a last resort because taking this route puts your data at risk and it does not always work.
To repeat, the simplest thing you can do when your iPhone stops working and you receive an iPhone Error 29 or iTunes Error 29 message is to use the dr.fone - Repair (iOS) application to get everything back to normal.
I showed you how easy it is to use in the first part of this article.
You have also learned how to reduce the chances of getting an error 29 iTunes message by installing a new battery correctly, keeping your operating system (iOS) up to date, and maintaining your anti-virus and anti-malware database.
You also learned how to fix an iTunes Error 29 just by updating iTunes and how to do a factory reset. These slightly-complicated techniques however are not needed if you use dr.fone - Repair (iOS) application.
Indeed, without a doubt, the most reliable and effective solution to any and all problems with your Apple operating system (iOS) is to use the dr.fone - Repair (iOS) application ... because this can fix all iOS errors (not just Error 29 iPhone and Error 29 iTunes). It is also much less complicated, is very unlikely to fail, and has no risk of data loss.
- iPhone Error List
- iPhone Error 9
- iPhone Error 21
- iPhone Error 4013/4014
- iPhone Error 3014
- iPhone Error 4005
- iPhone Error 3194
- iPhone Error 1009
- iPhone Error 14
- iPhone Error 2009
- iPhone Error 29
- iPad Error 1671
- iPhone Error 27
- iTunes Error 23
- iTunes Error 39
- iTunes Error 50
- iPhone Error 53
- iPhone Error 9006
- iPhone Error 56
- iPhone Error 6
- iPhone Error 1
- iPhone Error 2001
- Error 54
- Error 3004
- Error 17
- Error 11
- Error 2005