ReiBoot is a recently released utility for Windows and Mac that allows users to fix several important errors on their iOS devices. The type of problems that doesn’t come on a daily basis but when it does occur, users will be left confused.
It’s hard for iPhone and iPad users to receive errors on their iOS device, especially to the point where nothing can be done except restoring from iTunes. What that means is completely remove everything from applications to media files (pictures and videos) and setup the device as it was brand new.
Sometimes, when you jailbreak an iPhone or iPad and all of the sudden it became unresponsive then lead to the device stuck in recovery mode.
Many users also reported that they’ve experienced getting into recovery mode simply through a firmware update or getting rid of jailbreak with no proper knowledge of how to do it. By that I mean Settings > Reset > Reset All Settings.
The minute you choose that as a way of deleting Cydia off of your device, that’s when it gets stuck in the same screen.
You never know when recovery mode could occur on your device. The worst thing is that you will have to connect to iTunes on the computer and restore it. In reality, this isn’t the only way. You can get out of recovery mode on your iPhone and still keep your data as is.
How To Exit iPhone Recovery Mode using ReiBoot
What are some of the things users can fix using Reiboot?
- Fail to update to iOS 9.1/9/8.4/8 and stuck at the red iTunes logo
- iTunes doesn’t recognize your device or says it’s in recovery mode
- You need to update to a new firmware, or downgrade to an older firmware
- iPhone won’t activate or freezes
- Apple logo displays with no progress bar
Those are the errors that I hated the most and I know a lot of people doesn’t like it when it happen to them either. Thankfully, ReiBoot will be able to get us out of trouble in no time.
- Download the latest version of ReiBoot for your Windows or Mac from Tenorshare
- Connect the device that is in Recovery mode to the computer
- Open ReiBoot and you will see only two buttons: Enter Recovery Mode and Exit Recovery Mode
Both of these options are actually helpful for iPhone users. You may think that who would want to enter recovery mode right?
Well, there are many iOS users that are looking for a way to do this. If your device is not responding, then you would go into recovery mode. Then get out of it by clicking on the Exit Recovery Mode button.
Once you click on that, your iPhone or iPad should be booting up now and will be running as normal shortly after that. Using ReiBoot, you won’t lose any data, no need to open iTunes, and most importantly, it’s free.