In this section, we will introduce you to 3 alternative solutions. However, we would like to point out that these methods are not as effective and can lead to a complete loss of data.
Try recovery mode
Restore mode can be a useful solution to many problems, including if you freeze the device on the Apple screen. To move your iPhone to recovery mode.
Step 1: Turn off your device by pressing and holding the On / Off button for 3 seconds, and then wipe the “off” to confirm -Schieberegeler aside.
Step 2: Press and hold the Home button and connect your device to the PC. Make sure that iTunes is running. Release the Home button when the “Connect to iTunes” screen appears.
Step 3: iTunes will detect and inform you that it needs to be restored your device in recovery mode. The device should be fully functional again after the restoration process.
Try the DFU mode
For jogged devices, the DFU mode is a reliable solution. It is different from Restore mode, in that your device still communicates with iTunes, but it has not loaded the boot loader or iOS. To put your iPhone into DFU mode.
Step 1: Switch off your device completely.
Step 2: Press and hold the On / Off button for 3 seconds. Press and hold the Home button while holding down the power key.
Step 3: Hold both buttons pressed for about 10 seconds. (When the Apple logo appears, press and hold the button for too long).
Step 4: Release the on / off button and hold the home button still pressed for another 5 seconds. If the screen remains black, you did it and your device is in DFU mode. ITunes will recognize your device and inform you that the device needs to be recovered.
You can also use iTunes to solve the problem. This works as follows:
Step 1: Connect the device to your computer and open iTunes.
Step 2: Once your device is connected, you force a restart by pressing the On / Off button and the Home button simultaneously. Do not release the buttons until the Apple logo appears. Hold down both buttons until the restore mode screen appears.
Step 3: iTunes gives you the option either to restore the device or update; Click “Update”. ITunes will try to reinstall the iOS firmware on the device. This process should not take more than 15 minutes. If it lasts longer, you may need to repeat steps 2 and 3.
One of these solutions should make your frozen iPhone work again. However, the last three solutions can lead to a complete or partial loss of your data. If you do not want to lose your data, or do not have an up-to-date backup of your data that you could restore