2013/11/19

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iPhone Can’t Restart after Reset


I have an iPhone 4S. This morning my phone fell on the floor and my screen turned into black. My iPhone didn't react on anything. I connected my iPhone with iTunes and I have reset my iPhone.

While resetting the iPhone, nothing went wrong. But now, my phone is recovering but the reboot loop doesn't react. So the Apple logo is on my screen and my reboot loop. But the reboot loop isn't loading in hours. iTunes is still 'waiting for iPhone'. My iPhone stuck on Apple logo?

I tried everything, but I don't know what to do now. I tried to reset my iPhone again but that doesn’t work and also tried to hold sleep button and home button for 10 seconds, than the phone turns off and doesn't react again.

Does anyone recognize this and can help me?

iPhone reset causes iPhone reboot loop or iPhone can’t restart normally. It is common among iPhone users. However, some users are solving this by hard reset. This is somehow complicated and can’t ensure to succeed. How can you perform this in 100% success and in easy steps?

How to Fix iPhone Reboot Loop, iPhone Dark Screen, iPhone Won't Turn on?


iPhone stuck on recovery mode
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iPhon stuck at reboot loop and reboot automatically? How to get iPhone out of recovery mode? How to enter recovery mode when iPhone update and restore?

If you are confused by these questions, just read on. I will introduce you a free and safe tool to sole those headache problem! In the past, you may fix all these problems with complicated operation: Connect iPhone with iTunes and hold home and power button and so on… more complicated steps. This is not that annoying if your iPhone home and power button is all right. But what if your iPhone Wake/Sleep button is disabled/broken? This can’t work anymore! How come in this case?

Don’t be panic. Tenorshare ReiBoot can help you enter and exit iPhone recovery mode without iTunes and without “Home” and “Power” button. It allows you to enter and exit iPhone recovery mode with one click.

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1: iPhone jailbreak or unlock went wrong. Your iDevice is not bootable and you don't know what to do.
2: When you are backing up iPhone but battery comes down. You need to connect to iTunes and restore, but this will lose all your data.
3: iPhone is continuously going into recovery mode after a system restore from iTunes.
4: iPhone displays the Apple logo with no progress bar or a stopped progress bar for over ten minutes.
5: iPhone is completely non-responsive, even when connected to iTunes via the USB cable.
6: iOS device gets stuck in a continuous restart loop after an iOS update.
7: iPhone is locked with forgotten passcode.
8: “Home” or “Power” button is broken and can't work.

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Tip: If you accidentally lost data, please use iPhone data recovery to retrieve deleted or lost iPhone/iPad/iPod touch data (Contacts, photos, text messages, call history, notes, etc.)

2013/11/14

How to Sync iPhone Notes to Windows Computer


Writers use many note-taking applications on their iOS devices. But frankly, how often do you sync or transfer notes from iPhone to computer to save safely? Or do you know how to make a proper iPhone notes backup? Thus, this article will tell you more details – How to sync iPhoone notes to PC.

To be brief, you have 3 ways to sync iPhone notes to PC – iCloud, iTunes, 3rd party iPhone data backup tool. Let’s have a deeper look respectively.

Syncing iPhone Notes via iCloud


Many iPhone users will choose iCloud as the backup tool to sync their iPhone data. It is easy and available as long as the Wi-Fi is ON. So it is especially great when you want your iPhone data to be synced real time. And more importantly, it is simple to operate and it is even automatic if you set it up properly.

Step 1: Tap Settings >iCloud on your iPhone.
Step 2: Enter your Apple ID and password in the appropriate fields if you haven't yet accessed iCloud on your iPhone. You may use either your iCloud account or your Apple ID for the login.
Then follow the on-screen prompt to run the iPhone note sync.

Transferring iPhone Notes to PC with iTunes


For most users, iTunes is an application for fun, to listen to music, to play games, etc. But there is another practical function for iTunes. And as a matter of fact, iTunes will automatically backup your iPhone notes and other data every time you connect your iPhone to iTunes as long as you didn’t disable the automatic sync option in iTunes.

Similarly, it is simple and free to backup iPhone notes to PC with iTunes. You can choose Wi-Fi syncing and USB syncing on your own need.

Wi-Fi Syncing - Device requirement: iTunes 10.5 or later and iOS 5 or later

Before we get started, your computer must be connected to the same Wi-Fi network as your iOS device.
Step 1: Open iTunes.
Step 2: To set up Wi-Fi syncing, connect your iOS device to your computer with the included USB cable. Click the device button in the upper right corner. (If you are viewing the iTunes Store, click the Library button in the upper right corner. The device button will then be visible.)
Step 3: In the Summary tab, select "Sync with this [device] over Wi-Fi".

Whenever the computer and the iOS device are on the same network, the iOS device will appear in iTunes, and you can sync it. The iOS device will sync automatically when all of the following are true:
> The iOS device is plugged in to power
> iTunes is open on the computer
> The iOS device and the computer are on the same Wi-Fi network
Step 4: While the iOS device appears in the upper right corner of iTunes, you can select the content tabs and configure sync options.
Step 5: Click “Apply” or “Sync” to sync the iOS device.

USB Cable Syncing

Step 1: Open iTunes.
Step 2: Connect the iOS device to your computer using the included USB cable and click the device button in the upper right corner. (If you are viewing the iTunes Store, click the Library button in the upper right corner. The device button will then be visible.) Some tabs may not appear if you do not have corresponding content in your library. For example if you do not have any podcasts in your library, the corresponding Podcasts tab will not appear.
Step 3: You can configure the different content types in each tab. For example, movies under the Movies tab.
Step 4: To sync, click “Apply”, in the lower-right corner of the screen.

Backup iPhone Notes to Windows PC with iPhone Backup Software


iPhone notes sync to computer


The mentioned method to backup iPhone notes is easy and free. But, they both have some limitations. For example, iCloud limits the space for free backup, iTunes backup can’t be accessible directly. More about >> iTunes, iCloud backup. Do you also want to make a note backup that can achieve this: Read and view the notes directly from the backup, like a note book on your computer. Yes, with iPhone note backup software, you can achieve this. This iPhone note backup software is originally designed to recover lost notes, contacts, photos, text messages, call history and more data from iPhone, since it will scan both the lost data and existing data on iPhone, so the existing data can also be recovered/backed up to PC.

Very easy-to-use and user-friendly, wonderful iPhone data recovery & backup tool for iOS users!

More Related:
How to transfer/backup iPhone photos to computer

2013/11/02

How to Transfer Data, Contacts, Photos, Notes, etc. from Old iPad to iPad Air


how to transfer data from old iPad to new one

Since the release of iPad Air on 22nd, Oct. it has become the new and hot favor to iFans. If you’re planning to buy or have just bought the new iPad Air and wondering how to transfer data from your old iPad to the new iPad Air, then reading on. To summarize, transferring old iPad data to new purchased one is firstly to backup your old data to iTunes/iCloud and then restore your new iPad Air from the backup. Follow the steps mentioned below to do it. It is just as easy!

Transfer Old iPad Data to New Purchased iPad Air Using iTunes


Tips: This process will transfer your saved messages, email accounts, photos, notes, and other personal settings originally on your old iPad to your new iPad Air.

And as we know, iPad Air is packed with iOS 7, so in order to be ensure the compatibility, you’d better update your old iPad to iOS 7. But this is not a must and if you don’t want to make the update, you can make a fortune to transfer directly from iOS 6 to iOS 7 iPad Air.

Now let’s get started to transfer old iPad data to new iPad Air.

1. Check if you have installed the latest iTunes on your computer. This will be completed from your computer software manager program –> “Software Update” just as to update other software.

2. Make a back up of your old iPad. Click here to learn more about how to backup iPhone, iPad, iPod touch data with iTunes.

3. After the backup in iTunes is complete, turn off your old iPad and prepare your iPad Air for restore.

Note: It’s important that you don’t use your old iPad when the restore to new iPad Air is not yet completed because it will cause conflicts with the backups in iCloud. You should also unregister or unlink your old iPad from Apple’s website by visiting your profile page.

4. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup assistant by selecting your language and country, and choose whether to enable Location Services. When prompted, choose your Wi-Fi network.

5. When prompted to set up, choose “Restore from iTunes Backup,” tap next, and enter your Apple ID and password.
Restore iPad from iTunes backup

6. Now connect your new iPad to iTunes on the same computer you used to back up your old iPad. Since you are plugging a new iPad to iTunes, iTunes will ask you to restore from backup or set up as new. Now select the backup of your old device and choose Continue and please make sure that iTunes is showing you the latest backup you just created from your old iPad.

Note:Restoring iPad from backup can be a time consuming process and the time depends on the amount of data contained in the old backup and on the speed of your Internet connection.

7. When the restore process is complete, your new iPad Air will restart. Now you can use it as usual.

Transfer Files from Old iPad to Newly Purchased iPad Air Using iCloud


Though iTunes transfer is great to transfer data from one iPad to another, some users used to backup and transfer iPad data with iCloud. So let’s learn how to transfer iPad data via iCloud.

As long as you didn’t disable the automatic sync in iCloud deliberately, iCloud will back up your device once a day. But to ensure nothing missed out, it is advised to backup your old device to iCloud one last time before migrating (Settings -> iCloud -> Storage & Backup ->Back Up now). After the backup is complete, check the Last Backup time to ensure that your backup was successful.

Now let’s get started to make data transfer.

1. Turn off your old iPad and turn on your iPad Air. It is also important not to use the old iPad until the restore is completed.

2. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup assistant by selecting your language and country, and choose whether to enable Location Services. When prompted, choose your Wi-Fi network.

3. When prompted to set up, choose “Restore from iCloud Backup,” tap next, and enter your Apple ID and password.

4. Select the latest backup of your old device and tap Restore.

5. When the restore process is complete, your iPad Air will restart. Then you can use it as normal.

If you have encrypted your backup, you will need to enter your password for your Apple ID, email and other accounts, and voicemail again. The passwords are not restored to a new device for security reasons. However, if you want passwords to be restored, you should use the iTunes transfer method introduced in the above. iCloud data transfer won’t backup and restore passwords.

Tips: Always keep a good habit to backup iPad data in case of data loss. If you backup your iPad, iPhone, iPod touch data regularly and frequently, you can save yourself from important data loss. However, iPhone data recovery can help you recover iPad data from device directly if you happen to lose data and didn't make any backup.