A disabled iPhone can be fixed using the recovery mode, or with iTunes, if the device has been properly synced to it. An iPhone becomes disabled when the passcode is entered incorrectly at least six times. To restore with iTunes, simply connect to your computer via USB and open iTunes to access the restore options.Know More
Plug your iPhone's USB cable into the computer you sync your phone with, but do not connect your iPhone to the cable yet.
Hold down the sleep button in the top right corner to turn the iPhone off. Slide the slider that appears at the top of the screen. If that does not work, continue to press the sleep button until the phone shuts down.
Hold down the home button on the phone, and connect the phone to the USB cable. The phone will turn on. Keep pressing the home button until the USB cable logo or iTunes logo appears on the screen. The phone is now in recovery mode.
Click the restore button, and follow the directions to restore your iPhone's factory settings or most recent backup settings.
Unplug the iPhone from the USB cable and turn off the phone by holding down the home button. Turn the phone back on and it should be accessible.
There are a number of reasons why iTunes may not successfully recognize an iPhone. Apple has provided a series of steps for both Mac OS X and Windows users for troubleshooting these types of issues.Full Answer >
To transfer MP3 music files from your computer to your iPhone, place the files into iTunes. Then, connect the phone to your computer. Complete the transfer in iTunes.Full Answer >
An iPhone can be used as an iPod without a SIM card, but a SIM card is at least necessary for the initial activation of the device. Post-activation, a SIM card is necessary if users wish to restore an iPhone.Full Answer >
To restore your iPhone from an iCloud backup, first update your device to the latest version of the iOS operating system. Ensure you have a backup in your iCloud. If you have a backup, reset your device, and restore the device from the iCloud backup.Full Answer >