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Tuesday, 30 June 2020

how to iphone restore

Restoring your iPhone to its original factory settings is a way to repair any damages you've done to the phone by downloading unauthorized software. It's not guaranteed to fix your problems, but it is your best bet.

iPhone from an iCloud backup
  1. Turn on a new or newly erased iPhone.
  2. Follow the online instructions to choose a language and region.
  3. Tap Set Up Manually.
  4. Tap Restore from iCloud Backup, then follow the onscreen instructions.
You’re asked for your Apple ID. If you’ve forgotten your Apple ID, see the Recover your Apple ID website.

1. Use iPhone Backup Extractor's built-in corruption handling

Even the free edition of iPhone Backup Extractor has a lot of cleverness built-in to it to handle corrupt backups, and it may be that it can extract your data normally.
Try the quick links for data extraction from "Overview", and see our conventional guides on recovering iTunes data.


    This is how you can reset your iPhone.
1. Connect your iPhone ith your iMac/Macbook or your Windows PC with itunes downloaded.
2 .Now press and hold the 'home button' and the 'lock' button together, this will allow the iPhone/iPad to get into its        recovery mode.
3. Keep holding it until the phone reboots and an iTunes icon pops up on the screen of your iPhone/iPad.
4. Check if the firmware needs to be updated. Do that in case if it is not.
5. Open your iTunes app, your iPhone will pop up and you should find a reset option on your screen.
6. Once the process is complete, go back to the setup screen, set up your phone and voila

How to Restore Your iPhone Through Settings

If you can still use your iPhone, you can also restore it to its original state through the Settings app.

1.Open Settings on your iPhone.

2.Select General.

  1. 3.Go to Reset near the bottom of the menu.
  2. 4.Tap Erase All Content and Settings.

5.You may receive a prompt to back up your iPhone to iCloud or to enter your passcode, and then your phone will erase itself and restart.

 Use expert mode to recover iPhone data from individual files.

If the direct approach doesn't work for you, you can still use "Expert mode" and "App view" to recover your files from the backup.
 Data such as contacts, calendars, SMS messages, locations and notes are stored in specific files in your backup, and -- if you fish the files out -- iPhone Backup Extractor can convert them into readable formats for you.

Restore iPhone without Updating in Recovery Mode.

When you restore the iPhone with iTunes, for example, when iPhone is locked or gets stuck at recovery mode/DFU mode, white Apple screen of death, iTunes may ask you to update the iPhone. So why not restore iPhone without iTunes
FonePaw iOS System Recovery can be a better alternative to iTunes. It can help you with many software problems on iPhone/iPad, such as iPhone that won't turn on, iPhone stuck at white Apple screen.

Main features
  • Restore abnormal iPhone and iPad to normal status in one click, including dead, frozen, locked iPhone/iPad;
  • Repair iPhone/iPad in two modes: standard mode (do not wipe data); advanced mode (wipe data);
  • Install IPSW file on iPhone without iTunes.
Follow the way below to check whether it works for you.
STEP 1. Download and launch the program on your PC/Mac.
STEP 2. Click Start. The program allows you to choose Standard Mode or Advanced Mode to restore the iPhone. Click Standard Mode if you don't want to lose data on the iPhone. Then, connect your iPhone 11/XS/XR/X/8/7 to computer follow the on-screen tutorial to put your iDevice into recovery mode.
STEP 3. Choose the corresponding iOS version in the box. Then, the program will restore your iPhone or iPad and fix it to the normal status.

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