Whenever something goes wrong in your iPhone, we provide you multiple solutions to fix some software issues. Normally, fixes are offered in a reasonable hierarchy, wherein a simple solution stands first and the most complex one comes last. DFU mode, i.e. Device Firmware Update is the last option suggested by experts to fix any bug in your iPhone.
With the launch of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, people have begun to deal with many new ways to make their life easier and simpler. However, they are dealing with a machine which is likely to break down at some point. Though there are not many issues with the latest iPhones, many users may encounter iPhone activation errors. But this problem can be fixed by following a few simple steps.
If in case you are required to put your iPhone 7 into DFU mode, we offer you a few steps to follow.
How to Put Your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus into DFU Mode
Volume button has got an added responsibility in the latest iPhones; this button is also useful when you want to reboot your iPhone 7.
Step #1: Connect your iPhone 7 with your computer or Mac.
Step #2: Check that your iTunes is running; also ensure that you are using the latest version of iTunes.
Step #3: Switch off your iPhone 7.
Step #4: Press and hold On/Off button (power button) available on the right side of your iPhone 7. Hold this button for three seconds.
Step #5: Now press and hold volume down button given on the left side of your iPhone 7; keep holding On/Off button while pressing volume down button.
Step #6: Keep pressing both buttons for at least 10 seconds. Make sure that the Apple logo should not appear on your iPhone 7’s screen; this will force you to start the procedure again.
Step #7: Now release the On/Off button but keep holding the volume down button for five seconds more. Here, you need to ensure that your iPhone doesn’t show ‘Plug into iTunes’ screen; if this happens, start the procedure from the first step.
Step #8: If your iPhone’s screen remains black, you have done it. Your iPhone 7 is now in DFU mode. Your iPhone 7 will not be restored.
Remember that if you see any logos on your iPhone, your device might be in Recovery Mode and not in DFU mode.
With the launch of iPhone 7/7 Plus, you might come across many new ways and means to keep your device in good shape. We will keep delivering practical solutions to fix any new issues cropped up in your iPhone 7. Keep visiting this website for more information on iPhone, iPad and accessories related to the devices.
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