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Offline ritaliu233

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How to Put iPhone/iPad in DFU Mode?
« on: February 27, 2018, 06:32:37 AM »
DFU (Device Firmware Upgrade) mode is regarded as the ultimate flash state that can put your iOS device into where it can interface with iTunes but does not load the iBoot (bootloader on iOS devices). It allows all devices to be restored from any state. DFU mode can help solve many ios problems and it is really easy to operate.

If you want to enter DFU mode, this post is worth reading:

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Re: How to Put iPhone/iPad in DFU Mode?
« Reply #1 on: June 20, 2018, 07:29:18 AM »
How to Put iPad in Recovery Mode?
Doing this is starting the "iBoot" function, a program that causes it to revert to its current of last firmware version. First you will have to make sure your tablet is fully charges. Plug your charger connection to the wall outlet, but do not connect it to your tablet yet. Hold the "Sleep" button until the red slider appears and switch your tablet off. When it is completely off, press and hold the "Home" button. While you are doing this, connect your iPad to the power cord. The iPad should turn on. You should see a screen that had a picture of your USB cord and any apps that were on while you put the iPad in recovery mode. It will tell you that app detected your tablet in recovery mode. It will say that your tablet must be restored before you can use it again. From here, hit "OK". Upon doing this, your tablet will be ready to be restored.