Question about Apple iPhone 3G
Got in dfu mode while i was trying to restore.
You can try Leawo iOS Data Recovery to fix this issue and it's effective in restoring iPhone in DFU mode. Just check below steps.
Step 1. Run Leawo iOS Data Recovery and choose Recover from iOS Device.
Step 2. Connect iPhone 4 to computer with USB and choose DFU in the pop-up dialog.
Step 3. Follow the tutorial and enter DFU mode on your iPhone 4.
Step 4. The program will communicate and scan your iPhone 4. When the scan is done, select the files you need and click Recover.
Step 5. Click Open in the pop-up dialog to choose a target folder on your computer to save the files. Then click Go to recover deleted files from iPhone 4 under DFU mode.
When the recovering process is done, you will get the files in the target folder. If you want to exit DFU mode on your iPhone 4, you only need to click Exit DFU Mode at the left bottom of Leawo iOS Data Recovery.
For more details, check: How to Enter DFU Mode and Recover Deleted Files from iPhone
Posted on Jul 26, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: iphone will not restore
try respring it (central + power buttons together and then connect to iTunes in safe mode,choose full restore (it will erase everything but if you have back up can be restored).
Posted on May 12, 2009
SOURCE: stucked dfu mode iphone 3g
Open redsnow, click extras, and select Custom iPSW. A dialog window should pop up, go to where you have the ORIGINAL iPhone 3G 4.2.1 iPSW and select it. Press ok and It should then create a NO_BB iPSW in the same location as where the original iPSW is. Second step is to enter PWNed DFU mode. Open redsnow again, click extras and select PWNed DFU mode. Follow the onscreen instructions and you should be in PWNed DFU mode. Open iTunes and a message should show stating that your device is in recovery mode. Great now press ok, hold Shift and click Restore. A dialog box should show, go towhere the NO_BB iPSW is. Click it and press ok. Your device should now be restoring. Afterwards your device should turn on.
Posted on Mar 01, 2013
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