Although this is somewhat of a beginner’s guide, more people switch to i OS every day; our goal is to help everyone learn how to use their i OS devices and to be as proficient with using i OS as you are!
Those of you who have been jailbreaking your i OS devices for years are probably familiar with a similar restore function in i Tunes known as DFU Mode, although because downgrades are no longer possible with the latest i OS devices, DFU Mode now has far fewer uses.
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In this tutorial, we’ll be walking you through how to put your i Phone, i Pod touch, or i Pad into Recovery Mode so that you can more easily restore it to a fresh copy of the latest i OS firmware in the unlikely chance of an i OS or i Tunes malfunction.Are you’re having issues with your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod touch after jailbreaking?Do you have to take your i OS device to an Apple Store because of a hardware issue, and you’re worried that Apple may not service the device because it is jailbroken? All you need to do is restore your i Phone, i Pad or i Pod touch to its factory settings by following these simple steps to remove the jailbreak.It can still be used to restore a panicky device, but because you can’t downgrade Apple’s latest devices, you might as well use Recovery Mode instead until a new way to downgrade i OS firmware is discovered.Recovery Mode is an option you may need to use if you experience any of the following problems: Recovery Mode prepares your i OS device for a proper firmware restore to factory settings, and because of Apple’s security standards, it also updates your firmware to the latest version, which is why jailbreakers should stay far away from using this mode whenever possible.
Note: If i Tunes asks you to enter a passcode, connect the device to another computer that you’ve previously used for i Tunes sync.