itunes error 48 , stuck in recovery mode
i would like to know how to fix the itunes error 48 because i am stuck in recovery mode until restore
Here's how to fix error 48
1. Update your iTunes software
2. Restart your iPhone Device and Computer
Turn off your Device and your Computer. Then Turn them ON again. It will fix this iTunes Error 48 problems.
3. Unplug any extra USB Devices
4. Restore your iPhone Device without SIM Card
Remove the SIM Card
Restart the Device
Now, connect to iTunes
Start the ‘Restore‘ process
5. Clear your iPhone Browser Cookies, Cache, and History
Go to the Settings
Click on the Safari browser
Select the ‘Clear Website Data.’ option there
6. Do a Factory Reset of your iPhone Device
Go to the settings
Click on the ‘General‘ option
Now, click on “Reset & Approve” option there
By doing a factory reset of your iPhone can also fix this iPhone restore Error 48 problems.
7. Reset your iPhone Device
One of the best methods to solve this Error Code 48 problem is to reset your device. It will make many changes to your device. & also, make it better too. I know its most annoying & frustrating task, but it will help you.
Press & hold the Home & Sleep button both (about 15 sec.)
8. Run the Recovery Mode for your iPhone Device
Turn off your iPhone
Open iTunes & then
Connect your device to your PC by USB cable
Press & hold Home + sleep/wake button for some seconds
Now, release the power button
You will get ‘Connect to iTunes Screen.’
Now, your iPhone will be detected in ‘Recovery Mode.’
Backup & Restore the Data
Hey Jake, this error usually happens when your ipsw is corrupted. I'd recommend you to download the firmware you want to update to. Then on iTunes while you're clikcing the restore button click the option key if you're on a Mac or the alt key if you're on pc and then choose the ipsw you downloaded and it should restore to that iOS: Also try this and this.
-Let me know how it goes.
Over the years we’ve had a few SmartPhone Recovery PRO customers contact us asking how to fix an iPhone stuck in recovery mode. As it appears to be a common problem (even among some of us here in the office), we thought we’d share a few methods of how to kick an iPhone out of recovery mode.
An iPhone can sometimes get stuck in recovery mode if:
You intentionally activated recovery mode to solve a problem
You’re trying to jailbreak your iPhone and it all went terribly wrong
Like many of us – you were simply trying to update to the latest iOS software
Here are our suggested methods of recovery if your iPhone is stuck in recovery mode:
Option A – Tiny Umbrella
Option B – iTunes Restore
Typically if your iPhone is stuck in recovery mode, this automatically means you have to kiss goodbye your current iPhone data and settings. The general method of recovery for an iPhone stuck in recovery mode is an iTunes restore – great if you have recently performed an iTunes backup, tragic if you have not. If your last iTunes backup was a while ago, you risk losing any data added to your device since your last iTunes backup. However, there is now a software that claims to get your iPhone out of recovery mode, without causing data loss (this method has also been known to work on a pesky iPad or iPod Touch stuck in recovery mode). Just follow the steps below to kick your device out of recovery mode. If you’d rather stick to the traditional iTunes method of recovery, scroll down to Option B and follow the prompts to recover any data obtained after your last iTunes backup.
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ERROR 48 SOLVED!!!!!
Updating my 4S to IOS 8.4 was not succesful. Recovery using Itunes gave an Error 48.
Only fools do things over and over again and expect a different outcome.
So there I was being a fool trying recovery after recovery as suddenly I had an idee.
In my opinion there are 3 main factors: the hardware, the software and the test to make sure everything is working properly.
Hardware suddenly broke during update? I don't think so.
Software not OK? Not likely as the same software is already on millions devices.
Test not OK? Probably!
As I noticed being a fool, the Iphone was preparing, installing and testing and just before finishing gave Error 48. So the next time I tried, after the installation was finished and testing was about to end, I simply pulled the connection cord with my macbook and thus with Itunes. Now the testsoftware in Itunes, couldn't tell my Iphone he was not OK and he started just like that and is working properly ever since.
In this case, the patient was sic just because the doctor told him he was.
Maybe, there is something somewhere not 100% Ok, but if I can make calls, read mail, surf the net, use whatever app I tried so far, it is just a perfect working Iphone to me.
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