How to Recover an iPhone out of Disabled Mode Using 3uTools?

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How to Recover an iPhone out of Disabled Mode Using 3uTools?

Postby Jacob Black » 03 Aug 2016 14:56

This tutorial of exiting disabled mode is only for iPhone 3G, 3GS and 4, and you can recover these disabled Apple mobile devices without iTunes.

"iPhone is disabled" is a big issue for some iOS users who enter the wrong passcode carelessly. Your iPhone will be locked automatically as you enter the wrong password several times. If you still enter the wrong password again and again, you will need to wait another 5minutes, 15mintues, 30 minutes…to gain the access of entering the password. Then you are only allowed to call the emergency number rather than use other functions. This situation is called “iPhone is disabled!”

Now you may become very nervous to ask what you should do to remove the mode of“iPhone is disabled”. Here is a tutorial for you to recover the iPhone out of disabled mode. However, Backup your information firstly. Your personal information is very important. And the truth is that you can backup your personal data via iTunes even as your iPhone is in “disabled mode”!

How to Recover a disabled iPhone with 3uTools

Step 1. Install the latest version of 3uTools, and connect your iPhone to the computer via the USB cable. Then click Flash Jailbreak→Advanced→Exit disabled mode.


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Re: How to Recover an iPhone out of Disabled Mode Using 3uTools?

Postby Vayne » 23 Mar 2020 19:51

Thanks for sharing. Actually, to bypass "iPhone is disabled", besides using an ipasscode unlock software, you can also apply iTunes and iCloud service. Notably, using iCloud requires that Find My iPhone is enabled on the device. If you want to use iTunes but the iPhone has not been synced with iTunes, try to put the iPhone into recovery mode and then connect to iTunes to restore it.

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