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    Default iphone recovery mode and turn it off it self,,

    pls help me,,

    this is not my iphone,,1 of my friend,,he gave to me unlock it,,

    i did unlock it successfully,,

    but i noticed its headphone stucked mode,,so i google it ,,do somethyngs,,like air presseure cleanin,,

    worked sometimes but again headphone stuck mode,,

    then i again i noticed home button non responsive,,had to press it several time or bit harder,,

    so i thought this firmware issue so i tried to restore hmmm looked like its going nice but suddenly it gave me error code 9 and can't restore,,
    now iphone is restore mode and itunes dosn't detect and its not last longer and turn it off itself,,
    again i turn on apple logo and recover mode appear,,i tunes dosn't detect again iphone turn it off it self,,

    tried to get to DFU mode no luck,,keep turn it off while after displaying recovery mode logo,,

    wot shoul i doo,,pls help mee,,



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    pls help meeeeeeeeeeee???:

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    and i noticed when i connet to usb cable it get unusually hot where home button located area,,

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    Many iPhone owners use a Recovery Mode when upgrading the operating system or performing a factory reset operation. However, the iPhone will not operate normally if it is in recovery mode, one of the more common issues a user will perhaps encounter is when the iOS device (iPad, iTouch, iPhone) gets stuck in recovery mode. But don't worry, this guide will not only teaches you getting your iPhone out of recovery, but also prompt users to restore data before return iPhone their to normal mode.
    1. Press the "Home" button on the front and the "Sleep/Wake" button on the top of the iPhone.
    2. Press the Power buttons
    3. Open iTunes and connect iPhone to computer
    4. Select iPhone in iTunes

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    I have been in this situation before. Trust me when I say I have had tried everything from DFU mode to downloading tinyumbrella and redsnow but all of that simply did not work, I hate to be doom and gloom but this what really happened to me, after 12 hours of frustration my iPhone suddenly decided to be recognized by iTunes and started to boot by itself I genuinely don’t know how but it did, when it came back again it seems that iTunes did not update to iOS 7.0.4 so I did the update via OTA and started eating and smiling again.

    More from here: http://www.iphone-android-recovery.c...very-mode.html
    Last edited by Odomray; 01-23-2014 at 09:51 AM.


 

 

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