How to Force Restart, Recovery Mode for iPhone 11

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One of the scariest things is when your phone freezes up with no solution of how to fix it. Well, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Below we will give you our guide on How to force restart and how to enter recovery mode. Both techniques work on the iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro.

How to Force Restart

To force restart your iPhone, just follow these simple steps:

  1. Press and release the volume up button, then quickly press and release the volume down button
  2. Press and hold the side button
  3. You may see the “slide to power off” option appear, just ignore and continue to hold the side button
  4. Continue holding the side button until the screen goes black

If you’ve followed the above steps correctly, your iPhone 11 should begin restarting from now.

How to Enter Recovery Mode

Sometimes force restarting just isn’t enough and you may need to factory restore your iPhone 11. Fortunately, the process is quite easy but does require a computer with iTunes and a lightning charging cable.

To enter recovery mode:

  1. Plus your iPhone into your computer using a lightning charging cable
  2. Press and release the volume up button, then quickly press and release the volume down button
  3. Press and hold the side button and don’t let go
  4. You should see your iPhone force restart, the screen will turn black and you’ll see the Apple logo
  5. Do not let go of the side button until you see the lightning cable and a laptop on your screen
  6. Go onto iTunes, at this point, you should see a message saying “there is a problem with the iPhone ‘iPhone name’ the requires it to be updated or restored”
  7. Click restore to begin the restoration process

To exit Recovery Mode on your iPhone 11, simply press and hold the side button until the screen goes black.

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