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iPhone 7: How to put it to recovery mode

An iPhone 7 can encounter problems along the way that it would need to be reset and one way for this to happen is to have it in recovery mode.

What is Recovery Mode for iPhones?

Recovery Mode is usually associated with iPhone repairs. It is rightfully so since it reverts your iPhone to a state when it’s working properly. You know, problems may arise from updates and apps that makes the device unresponsive and unpredictable. This is a final choice to fix any software-related problems so as a user you should know if it’s right for you. Ask your iPhone repair technicians tell you if it would ultimately fix the problem.

How do put your iPhone 7 to Recovery Mode?

  1. Turn Off your iPhone 7 if it isn’t off already.

  2. Press and hold down the On/Off button on the right side for 3 seconds.

  3. Swipe the slide to power off confirmation slider to the right.

  4. Press and hold down the volume down button on your iPhone 7.

  5. Plug your iPhone 7 into your Mac or Windows PC and make sure iTunes is running.

  6. Release the volume down button when you see the Connect to iTunes screen.

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