How to Recover Data from iPhone in Recovery Mode


November 11, 2016 09:00 / Posted by Boey Wong

I finally decided to update my iPhone 6s to iOS 10. But I stupidly did not backup my iPhone before doing this. Currently it says the software is up to date but it is in recovery mode and wants me to restore my iPHOne as the final step. I do not want to lose all my pictures from this past summer that I have not backed up. Is it possible to backup iPhone in recovery mode before restoring? Thanks for help!

Sometimes, it is inevitable that iPhone users get into troubles with their iPhone. Problems like iPhone stuck in recovery mode due to failed firmware update or faulty OS may force users to restore their phones. You will suffer from losing most recent files especially when the newest backup you have wasn’t very recent.

What you can do to prevent data loss in this situation?

First of all,

Try to exit recovery mode without restoring. Press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons at the same time untill the Apple logo appears and the phone will reboot.

However, if you still can’t get iPhone out of recovery mode after doing this, then you should turn to a third-party software to assist you. I highly recommend FoneLab iPhone Data recovery which is a tool that not only enables iPhone to fix iPod stuck in recovery mode or DFU mode in one click with no data loss at all, but also empowers users to recover deleted or lost data from backup file or directly from the iOS device.

Let’s take a look at how this software performs.

Fix iPhone Stuck in Recovery Mode

The software offers both Windows and Mac versions. Click the above link accordingly in order to download and install FoneLab iPhone Data Recovery on your computer. It will automatically launch after the installation completes. Follow these steps afterwards.

Connect your iPhone to the computer and click Restart after your device is detected in not normal mode by the software. In seconds your iPhone will be back to normal.

Exit iPhone Recovery

Select Recover from iOS Device on the interface and click Start Scan. It can take a few minutes to scan.

Connect iPhone to Recover

Once it is done, the scan result is listed in categories and you are allowed to preview details by clicking on the contents you need. For example, click Camera Roll and then you can view those photos in thumbnail size.

Scan Contents

Check those items you want to retrieve and click Recover. Find a location to save them on the computer.

Recover Photos from iPhone

What’s more,

If you have backup files, you can choose to recover from iTunes backup file or iCloud backup file as well. Just select different recovery mode in step 2. The software provides iPhone data recovery service when iPhone could not be restored with iTunes, wrong deletion, factory settings restore, system crashed, iPhone broken or lost. It also supports other Apple models like iPad and iPod touch. It can recover deleted MMS, photos, messages, contacts, music, videos, notes, reminders and so on.

Now you can have a free try with this software for 30 days.

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