iPhone XS/iPhone XR: how to force restart, enter recovery, and DFU mode

iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR: How to force restart, reboot, enter recovery mode, DFU mode, and more. Full tutorial here:

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22 Comments on iPhone XS/iPhone XR: how to force restart, enter recovery, and DFU mode

  1. Also volume up followed by volume down then hold power to power off will work and imo that’s a better way bc u don’t have to enter password if u change mind about powering off.

  2. The best price is the “POCOPHONE F1” if what you are looking for is “power” (RAM, processor, graphic, software, battery, tactile sensitivity, optimization), decent cameras, FUHD screen, high connectivity, moderately large screen and no In this In the same sense, it is not a more detailed data guide. In all ways, I think it is not mobile, the only requirement that must be met is the adjustment to what you are looking for in it.

  3. Before doing this, I’d suggest (if you can) to physically back up the phone with iTunes to the computer and also to iCloud.

    Interesting how they changed that button combination thing.
    I have an iPhone 7+ so this is very useful for me since I’ll be upgrading to either iPhone Xs or iPhone Xs Max eventually.

  4. With my iPhone 6, I can do a “soft reset” by pressing the power on/off key as if I am powering off and then once the “Slide to power…” screen appears, holding down the home button. This will essentially erase memory without doing a complete restart. Is there equivalent on iPhone X/S/R?

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