In one simple line, if your iPhone is facing software-related or third-party app-related issues or even can’t upgrade your iPhone via the software update method, then you should try the Recovery mode. As we’ve already provided the guide to enter into recovery mode on the iPhone 11 series device. Here we have shared the steps on How to Exit Recovery Mode on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.
Some times, if your computer doesn’t recognize your connected iPhone or showing it’s in recovery mode, you should restore it. Whereas if your iPhone screen is stuck on the Apple logo, you should use the recovery mode to back in track again.
Steps to Exit Recovery Mode on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max
There are two ways to turn off recovery mode on the iPhone that we’ve mentioned below.
- First, disconnect the iPhone from the PC.
- Next, press and release the Volume Up button then press and release the Volume Down button as well.
- Finally, press and hold the Power/Side button until the Apple logo turns on.
- Wait for the normal boot into the system.
- Connect your iPhone to the Mac via the lightning cable.
- Run iTunes on your Mac.
- Next, iTunes will automatically detect Recovery Mode of the iPhone and it will allow you to restore backed up data via Cloud or iTunes.
- Choose the Restore option and your iPhone will boot into the normal system again.
- Although, you will lose all the device data and apps including Settings.
We assume that now you’ve learned how to Exit Recovery Mode on iPhone 11, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max.