Are you trying to restore your iPhone system to fix system bugs and set your phone as a new one? Are you unfortunately encountering a problem during the restoring process? Actually, there are many reasons for the problem of ‘iPhone won’t restore’, such as the system errors or the hardware errors. Let's take a look at the common unknown errors that will occur when restoring iPhone system. How do we solve this problem?
Most of the unknown errors, such as 4005, 4013, 4014, and 9 are caused by hardware problems with the CPU or hard disk (flash memory), and the solution is as follows:
There may be a connection problem between your iPhone and computer if the iPhone won’t restore for the error of iPhone such on waiting for iPhone. Let’s take a look at how to resolve this problem.
Step 1. Check whether the device is still connected with computer and iTunes.
Step 2. Go to settings to check whether the iPhone has sufficient memory space to install the new iOS system.
Step 3. Sometime, the restore process will get stuck for server unavailability or clogged network. Thus, you should ensure that the server and network is available and stable all the time.
Chances are that your restore error is still not resolved if you are learning this solution. Don’t be nervous, iOS System Recovery is such a one stop option that will restore your iPhone system in one click without any hassle. Along with restoring iOS system, this powerful program also acts as a role to fix various common iPhone issues: iPhone stuck on Recovery/DFU mode, black/white/red screen, etc. What’s worth, you don’t have to worry that your device date will be erased, as no data will be affected after using the program. Many users leave the feedback in forum that this iOS System Recovery can do more than what iTunes can do.
Here are the detailed steps to fix ‘iPhone won’t restore’ without iTunes using this iOS System Recovery.
Step 1. Install the software over your Mac or PC, then launch it and select ‘iOS System Recovery’.
Step 2. Connect your iPhone to pc with an original lightning cable. Next, you can follow the instructions on screen to get your iPhone into DFU or Recovery mode.
Step 3. After successfully putting your iPhone into DFU or Recovery mode, the newest and the most compatible firmware package will automatically be matched with your device. Tap on Download button.
Step 4. After successfully downloading the firmware package, click ‘Repair’ button to initial the restoring process. When the repair is done, your iPhone will be restored to the newest version and get restarted.
The traditional way to restore iPhone system with iTunes or iCloud will erase all content and settings of the device. The device will be completely set as a new one. It caused much inconvenience. Therefore, iOS Backup & Restore is recommended here. It performs for either the full or partial backup and restore. If you iPhone won’t restore for unknown errors, try this program! Below are the outstanding features of this iOS Backup & Restore tool.
Step 1. Launch the program and choose ‘Backup & Restore’.
Step 2. Connect the iPhone A to your computer with an USB cable, then click ‘Backup’.
Step 3. This program allows you to back up the full data or the selected data you want. On this interface, you can choose any data you want to back up with this tool and click ‘Backup’ button on the bottom right corner.
Step 4. After the backup process, this Backup & Restore software will list all the data type that you choose. Click ‘View Backup History’ to proceed.
Step 5. The backup file that you created with this program will be displayed to you. You can click the ‘Next’ button now to view the detailed information of each data type that you backed up.
Step 6. The program will take for a while to load the backup file of iPhone A. After that, click ‘Restore to Device’ and connect your iPhone B to computer.
Step 7. When iPhone B is recognized, the program will start to restore the backup of iPhone A to iPhone B.
As you can see, the issue of ‘iPhone won’t restore’ can be resolved by several solutions after reading this post. You can compare the pros and cons of the variety of tools and choose the best one. In my experience, the least fussy way to restore your iPhone is with the iOS Backup & Restore program. After all, it covers almost all the requirements of backup and restore iPhone.