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I jailbroke my iphone and ...
How can I recover data from a jailbroken iphone in bootloop (urgent please)
Hi everybody and thanks for reading my help request!
I jailbroke my iphone and since then the iphone is stuck on the apple logo.
I know how to restore but if do so, I will lose all my data!
1) I am desperate for help.. any data recovery? any way about it?
2) main priority being photos
3) Ive tried all the obvious solutions; all the famous data recovery softwares (Dr Phone, Tenorshare etc) for iphones nothing works, so im really looking into some more complex suggestions or at least a place where i can send it for it to be recovered. I mean there has to be a way for sure, how would like police or something would get it
Thanks for your help im kind of desperate i really dont wanna lose i care more about the actual data than the actual iphone
To recover lost data on iPhone.There are two effective methods that you can apply to get back those valuable files, depending on what resources you have on hand (whether you have iTunes backup or a good recovery software).
Method 1: Recover deleted data on iPhone using iTunes backup
If you have backed up your phone through iTunes after saving the datas on your iPhone before syncing it, then you can use iTunes to restore lost data. Here's how:
Step 1 – Choose an iTunes backup file of your device to scan, and click Scan. The process will extract the content from your phone backup file.
Step 2 – Once the scan is finished, the screen will display the entire backup content extracted. Find your datas — in .mpeg format typically — and click “Recover” to recover deleted data on iPhone.
Method 2: No backup? Just use a third party iPhone data recovery tool to recover deleted data on iPhone
Tips: To avoiding lost data on your iPhone,you must to back up your iPhone data to computer,so that you never lost iPhone data.
After update a jailbroken iPhone to iOS 7,you may lost data on your iPhone. If your iPhone was jailbreak before,you can’t update your iPhone to iOS 7 directly with WIFI,it might cause your iPhone unable to run into the system,iPhone Stuck at the Apple Logo Screen. To upgrade a jailbroken iPhone to iOS 7, you must to use Firmware Upgrade.
How to recover lost data from a jailbroken iPhone? How to update a jailbroken iPhone to iOS 7 in Firmware Upgrade?Please learn more in the post:
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Last edited by funkios; 11-02-2013 at 06:11 AM.
It sounds like your device might be stuck trying to boot up and that's preventing iTunes from connecting properly.
I would suggest putting your iPhone into Recovery mode by:
Connecting your device to your computer with iTunes open.
Press and hold the Home button and the Lock button at the same time.
As soon as the screen turns completely black, release the Lock button. Continue holding the Home button until iTunes pops up a message saying that it detected a device in Recovery mode.
From here you should be able to restore your device.
Your device's screen should indicate that you should connect it to iTunes. It'll have the iTunes logo and the iOS device end of the connection cable on it.
If that doesn't work than I would suggest trying the same process, but with DFU mode.
The only difference is that instead of releasing the Lock button when the screen turns black, release it after 10 seconds from when you first pressed it.
This time your device's screen will remain black.
DFU mode may take a few tries, just keep trying until you've done it and there's nothing on your screen.
Let me know which method worked for you to recover data from your jailbroken iPhone. (Unless neither worked of course.)
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