What do you know about the iPhone 7 boot loop? The iPhone 7 Home button isn’t a mechanical button anymore but a capacitive solid-state button controlled by software. Also, it’s no surprise that performing difficult resets, entering recovery, and enter in DFU mode can’t work the same way on iPhone 7.
The good news is that you only want to adopt a combination of a new button to perform each of these tasks. Come let’s have a look at it:
iPhone 7 Boot Loop
How to forcefully restart iPhone 7
If you want to force restart the iPhone 7, hit and hold the Sleep/Wake button + Volume Down button simultaneously for 10 seconds. Because of the change of the Home button, it’s become replaced by the Volume Down button during the entire process.
The drawback to this technique is that the Volume HUD pops up on your screen whenever you want to force restart the iPhone 7.
How to get into Recovery Mode on iPhone 7
Follow The steps carefully to get into recovery mode on iPhone 7:
Head over to your iPhone 7 and connect it to your Mac or PC through a Lightning to USB cable.
Hit and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Volume Down button together until the screen shuts down. Make sure to continue holding the Sleep/Wake button + Volume Down button together, even after you view the Apple logo appears.
Then release the Sleep/Wake + Volume Down button simultaneously once you view the Connect to iTunes message appears on the iPhone 7’s display screen.
Simply launch iTunes, and you should then view a message saying that “There is an issue with the iPhone that needs it to be updated or restored.”
How to enter into DFU mode on iPhone 7
Entering into DFU mode, as you might guess, also needs a change.
Head over to your iPhone 7 and connect it to your Mac or PC via a Lightning to USB cable.
Hit and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Volume Down button together for a few seconds.
Then release the Sleep/Wake button but continue don’t release the Volume Down button for more seconds. Besides Recovery Mode, which acts as a Connect to iTunes texts on the display. However, the iPhone 7’s screen will remain blank or empty while in DFU mode.
Simply launch iTunes, and when you view a text saying that “iPhone is detected by iTunes in recovery mode. You must back up this iPhone before using it with iTunes.”
How to Leave DFU mode or Recovery mode on iPhone 7
Whenever there is no problem using your iPhone, then leaving from Recovery Mode or DFU Mode is simple and easy.
Hit and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Volume Down button together until you view the Apple logo appears. However, your iPhone then boots back to the Lock screen.
As there is no longer a mechanical Home button on the newest iPhone. So, it’s quite easy to force restart, getting Recovery Mode, and enter DFU mode by smartly wielding the Volume Down button + Sleep/Wake button together.
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