WRITTEN BY Tina ON May 29, 2015
Yesterday I tried to update my iPad 3 to iOS 8.3 via iTunes on my computer. But suddenly, it got stuck on recovery mode. Now my iPad 3 cannot be detected on iTunes. I’ve checked it in Windows device manager and I realized that my iPad driver is some kind of missing. I need some help here…
When using iPad, have you ever met any troubles like: iPad stuck in recovery mode or stuck on apple logo? Every day, there are hundreds or thousands of people that might run into all kinds of issues except for the two mentioned here. As for iPad stuck in recovery mode, however, it cannot be more common that this issue always happens after updating, jailbreaking or resetting your iPad. So, is there any good idea to fix iPad stuck in recovery mode? Keep reading the following part, you will get an answer.
iPad Data Recovery is a great iOS manager that can solve iPad stuck in recovery mode. What’s more, when you find out that all data on your iPad are gone after you get it out of recovery mode, you can use it to recover the lost files on your computer which can make you feel safe to use this program. Also, it can fix many kinds of issues caused by iOS device updating, resetting or water damaged. Now let me show you how to use this program to solve your problem.
Download the trial version of this program and give it a go!
Download>install>run iPad Data Recovery on PC >connect iPad to PC. Then your iPad will be detected by the program.
When your iPad has been recognized, you can see the interface below. Then click on “Restart” to fix iPad stuck in recovery mode.
With two steps only, you can get iPad out of recovery mode, isn’t this program amazing? But if you find out that some of the data are missing during the resetting process, you don’t have to be upset, because in the following part we are going to tell you how to recover lost data after iPad stuck in recovery mode.
Launch this program on Mac or Windows. Then connect your iPad to computer with the USB cable so that the program can detect your device. Go to “Recover from iOS Device”, then click on “Start Scan”.
Note: For iPad 1 users, you have to download a plug-in first, then you can choose the first recovery mode “Recover from iOS Device”. After that, you will see two options for you, please go to “Advanced Mode” in the given interface.
When the program finishes scanning, all data will appear on the computer. You can choose what you need from specific categories and then click on “Recover” to save them on PC.
Note: Please make sure that you have synced your iPad to iTunes previously. And don’t launch iTunes when using this method. Only run the iPad Data Recovery on your computer.Step 1: Select one iTunes backup file to start scan
Go to “Recover from iTunes Backup Files”>select on iTunes backup from the give lists>click on “Start Scan”.
Scanning the data will require no more than one minute. When it is completed, you will see different categories of data including remained files and deleted files are listed with detailed information. You can go to the specific category to preview the content inside. For example, if you want to preview contacts, then go directly to “Contacts” then all files will be displayed to you.
Choose the data you need from the backup files and then go to “Recover” button to save the lost photos, contacts, videos or calendar etc. on your computer.
Note: This method only works on condition that you have backed up your iPad data in iCloud before.Step 1: Log in iCloud account
Choose “Recover from iCloud Backup File”> sign in iCloud account with Apple ID and password.
After you sign in iCloud account, all previous backup files will automatically display on the computer. Choose one backup file then click on “Download”, and please wait for 3-5 minutes until the downloading process is finished.
After you download the backup files, the program will start to scan it. After that, you can preview any data you like selectively by clicking on the specific categories. And finally go to “Recover” to save them on your computer.
Are you satisfied with the methods we provide here? I sincerely hope that your issues will be solved by applying the above methods. iPad Data Recovery, as an amazing software, is capable of fixing iPad stuck in recovery mode. And it is available for all iPad models including iPad mini, iPad Air, iPad and others. In the future, if your iPhone or iPod touch stuck in recovery mode, you can use this program to solve the problems as well.