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How to Recover Data When iPhone Won't Turn on

Posted by Kate , Oct 02, 2017

Occasionally iPhone would be stuck in recovery mode. Do you have the experience that your iPhone unexpectedly shut down but not because of shortage of battery power? And even worse, when you tried to reset it, the iPhone doesn't turn on but showed you a black screen or an Apple logo.
Traditionally, we have two operations to handle the problem. One is to hold the power and home/circle buttons for 10 seconds to perform a Hard Reset. The other is to connect your phone to a computer and then back up your data with iTunes. However, what if both of them don't work and your iPhone won't turn on? Actually, this means that your iPhone is stuck in recovery mode and only a more professional tool can handle it and most importantly, you should recover the data in it before you fix the system. Here we recommend you the RecoveryTool iPhone Data Recovery, an effective data recovery tool. It can recover almost all your lost data no matter what the cause is.

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Part 1: What to Do First When Your iPhone Won't Turn On

1. Plug in your device and let it charge for up to one hour. 
If the battery is completely dead, you can't just plug it in and expect it to respond immediately. Give it a few minutes to charge and it should turn itself on. This will fix your device if its battery was just completely drained.
2. Hold Power + Home to Perform a Hard Reset
iPhones and iPads can freeze completely, just like other computers. If they do, the Power and Home buttons will do nothing. Perform a "hard reset" to fix this. This was traditionally performed by removing a device's battery and reinserting it or pulling the power cable on devices without batteries.
3. Restore the iOS Operating System With iTunes
sometimes your device's screen may turn on and you'll see an error screen instead of the normal boot-up logo. The screen shows a picture of a USB cable and an iTunes logo. Now connect the iPhone to iTunes and follow the guidances below.

Part 2: How to Recover Data When iPhone Won't Turn on

Notes: 50% battery power is needed to ensure the recovery process.

Step 1. Make the Program Available

Download the software on your computer first and then install it. Launch the application and connect your device to the computer by USB cable. Then select "Recover" on the program. After that, it will ask permission to detect the device, enable it.

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Step 2. Scan for Lost Data

Find your flash drive on the interface of your computer and choose it to scan it. Click "Scan" button to begin scanning.

Step 3. Preview and Recover Lost Data

After the scanning process, all the found files will be showed in categories, including both the existing and lost data. You can choose to display the lost items only.
Then you can preview those files one by one and finally, just click "Recover" to recover them in your computer.

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The software had showed you its powerful function, I am convinced that it will help you a lot. What is more, besides recovering data when iPhone won't turn on, it can fix iPhone black screen of death too. For more specific information, just download it and have a try.

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