RecBoot Not Working? Here Are Full Solutions
RecBoot is great when you are stuck in Recovery Mode while updating your operating system, downgrading your operating system or performing a jailbreak. This is when your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch display the image of a USB connector and the iTunes logo or when you connect your device to your computer, iTunes detects that the device is in Recovery Mode and a pop-up message appears on your computer saying that the device is in Recovery mode. RecBoot is a great tool to escape Recovery Mode if hard booting is not effective.
But what if RecBoot not working as it is supposed to? How do your fix RecBoot?
- Part 1: RecBoot not working: why?
- Part 2: RecBoot doesn't work: solutions
- Part 3: RecBoot Alternative: Dr.Fone
Part 1: RecBoot not working: why?
In order to find solutions as to why you cannot use RecBoot, you will need to know the possible causes as to why RecBoot not working.
Your computer is missing a couple of important files i.e. QTMLClient.dll and iTunesMobileDevice.dll---this is rather common in the earlier versions of RecBoot.
- Your Windows operating system is corrupted.
- Your computer has more than one software running that cause your computer to crash and freeze.
- Your computer is experiencing registry errors.
- Your hardware/RAM performance is declining.
- You computer's QTMLClient.dll and iTunesMobileDevice.dll are fragmented.
- Your computer has several unnecessary or redundant software installed.
Part 2: RecBoot doesn't work: solutions
If you are experiencing problems when using the software, do not sweat it. It is really easy to fix RecBoot not working for you---here are two proved ways that you can overcome the problem that cannot use RecBoot.
Situation & solution #1
The situation: You are missing two important files i.e. QTMLClient.dll and iTunesMobileDevice.dll.
The solution: You will need to download QTMLClient.dll and iTunesMobileDevice.dll---both files can be found here. Once you have that downloaded, relocate them to where RecBoot.exe is stored. This should fix RecBoot immediately.
Situation & solution #2
The situation: You have both QTMLClient.dll and iTunesMobileDevice.dll in the right folder. The problem may be caused by the other problems listed above that could cause a Net Framework RecBoot Error.
The solution: To solve this issue, you will need to download a Net Framework RecBoot Error and install it on your computer. It should then be able to run a diagnostic analysis and apply a solution in a quick, painless process.
Part 3: RecBoot Alternative: Dr.Fone
If these solutions will still not fix RecBoot, you can try a RecBoot alternative: Dr.Fone - System Repair . It is a comprehensive device recovery solution or tool that is effective in salvaging your Android and iOS devices. The solution has a free trial version---just remember that this version has its limits and will not be able to perform at its full capacity.
3 steps to fix iOS issue like white screen on iPhone/iPad/iPod with no data loss!!
- Fix with various iOS system issues like recovery mode, white Apple logo, black screen, looping on start, etc.
- Only fix your iOS to normal, no data loss at all.
- Works for all iOS devices. Compatible with the latest iOS 15.
Note: After using Dr.Fone - System Repair on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, your iOS device will be installed with the newest version of iOS. It will also be returned to the state it was in rolling out from the factory---this means that your device will no longer be jailbroken or unlocked.
Using Dr.Fone - System Repair is really easy. Do not believe me? This is how quick it will be to escape Recovery Mode:
After the software is downloaded and installed, run Wondershare Dr.Fone on your Windows or Mac computer.
On the software's window, find and click on System Repair to open the function.
Using your USB cable, connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your Mac or Windows computer. The software will try to detect your iOS device. Once the software recognizes you device click the "Standard Mode" button.
Download the firmware version that is most compatible with your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch---the software will prompt you to download the newest version of your firmware. Make sure that you have checked that everything in place. Click the Start button.
This will prompt the software to download the firmware. After the download is complete, the software will automatically install it on your iOS device.
After having the latest firmware inside your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, the software will instantly repair your firmware to help you exit Recovery Mode and other iOS-related problems.
This will take around 10 minutes to complete. You will know when because the software will let you know that your iOS device will be booted into normal mode.
Note: If you are still stuck in Recovery Mode, white screen, black screen and Apple logo loop, it could be a hardware problem. In this case, you will need to go to the nearest Apple store to solve the problem.
While RecBoot is a great way to solve your operating system issues, you will probably encounter RecBoot not working sooner or later. If the RecBoot fix suggestions above does not work, you can be assured that there is a great alternative standing by.
Let us know how they work for you!