iPhone or iPad automatically enters the recovery mode when the iOS installation or upgrade is broken. Apple developed this failsafe for their iOS software to make sure that the device is still safe to operate. Anytime that you failed to update your iPhone through Software Update, your device is going to be unresponsive. Therefore, the recovery mode is the thing you need. So, how to enter recovery mode on iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus? Below is the complete guide you must know.
Steps to Enter Recovery Mode on iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus
Follow the steps below to start your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to the recovery mode.
- Launch iTunes on your Mac or PC.
- Turn off your device. To start, press and hold the on/off button on its right side or top. Hold for 3 seconds.
- Press and then hold down the Home button on your device for 10 seconds.
- Connect your device to Mac or PC. Let go of the home button once you see the Connect in iTunes screen.
Entering the recovery mode on your device should be at the right time. There are some conditions where you must go to the recovery mode such as the device stuck in a continuous restart loop after trying to update the newest iOS software.
Alternatively, you must go to this recovery mode if you did not complete the backup process and iTunes does not register your device when you connect it to your computer. Even when you find your device stuck on the Apple logo without any change for many minutes, you should enter the recovery mode.
Those are the tutorial to enter recovery mode on iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. To exit the Recovery Mode on iPhone 6 is easy. Just hold down the sleep/wake or power button and the home button at the same time and hold this position for at least ten seconds. If you see the Apple logo appears, it is the sign of leaving out the recovery mode. Now you can try by yourself. It does not bring any issue at all. Just try to get more iPhone 6 tips that you are using right now.