Fix Recovery Mode on iPhone

Putting your iPhone into Recovery Mode is quite easy to do but it doesn’t always go according to plan and some people find themselves stuck, unable to get out of Recovery Mode. It isn’t a huge problem but it isn’t funny to have an iPhone that you cant use, especially if it’s the one you use all the time. There are a few reasons why you might need to put your iPhone into recovery mode; perhaps you had another problem that you needed to fix or your iPhone got stuck while you were updating it to a new version of the iOS firmware. Luckily, there is an easy way to get out of it without too much trouble.

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  • Normally, if your iPhone gets into Recovery Mode and gets stuck, all your settings will be wiped out because you would need to restore your iPhone through iTunes. If you backed up your data then it’s not an issue because you can restore it all but if you didn’t back everything up, you are likely to lose everything.

    There is a very easy way to resolve this issues; if your iPhone gets stuck in Recovery Mode you can use a tool called TinyUmbrella to get out of it. What is even better is that, on most occasions, TinyUmbrella can get your iPhone out of Recovery without you losing a single setting or a single piece of data. Normally, TinyUmbrella is used as a tool to save your SHSH blobs so that you can downgrade to an earlier version of the iOS firmware. However, the developer, Semaphore, opted to provide it with a function that helps you to get out of Recovery Mode too and it doesn’t just work for the iPhone; it also works on the iPad and the iPod Touch.

    How to Remove Your iPhone from Recovery Mode:

    This is very simple to do; just make sure you follow these steps carefully:

    1. Download TinyUmbrella onto your Windows PC or Mac
    2. Now plug your iPhone into your computer using the correct cable, your iPhone will still be in Recovery Mode at this point 
    3. Open TinyUmbrella on your computer and wait for it to recognize the connected iPhone
    4. Once it has done this, you will get a message in TinyUmbrella telling you that it has detected that your iPhone is in Recovery Mode
    5. Click the button in TinyUmbrella that says Exit Recovery , your iPhone will be instantly removed from Recovery Mode and will reboot itself normally 

    Have you found your iPhone stuck in Recovery Mode ? Let us know how you got out of it or did you use TinyUmbrella ?

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21 Comments

  1. Hi!
    I’ve downloaded tinyumbrella but I can’t see the option for exit recovery, my window doesn’t have options at all…
    Maybe I have an older version?
    Thanks

  2. I’ve downloaded tiny umbrella on my computer but its nothing like the tiny umbrella im used tooo and it doesnt look like the one in this post and doesnt have the option to fix recovery. is there a way i can do it in the new one or will I have to try find an older version that supports iphone 5s ios 9.1

  3. Can you let us download older versions of tinyumbrella? I am still using an Iphone 4, but I can’t find the older versions. Thanks!

  4. Do they never check these FAQs? It seems everyone is having the same problem of not being able to exit recovery with the new beta version of tinyumbrella. Any solutions? It seems that this was the main use for tinyumbrella so I’m confused as to why it’s no longer available!

  5. When installed, McAfee blocks this, because it contains a trojan called “Artemis!”… Not very safe. A quick google search verifies this as being a pretty bad. Not very pleased I would have had to bring my PC into the shop.

  6. Hi!
    I’ve downloaded tinyumbrella but I can’t see the option for exit recovery, my window doesn’t have options at all…
    Maybe I have an older version?
    Thanks

  7. Ok so I’m working with an hp comp on weirdos 10,(aka windows10) any way ive got an iPhone 5 and I did an update and bam it said error something and connect to iTunes… anyway I’m at the point where it gets to 60% of downloading and then hits me with error (-1) and ive tried and tried and tried.. still -1 took it to a shop that claims they can repair iphones and dude said it was a bad mobo??? WTF really from doing an update how the fck can that happen???? does anyone or is there any guaranteed no fail simple way of fixing this?? besides destructing it

  8. Hi
    I m a windows 10 user
    And when I opening tiny umbrella and plug in my iPhone 4 and it will no showing exit recovery mode and fix recovery mode

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