If you can see your iPhone in iTunes 8, try "Restore".
Are you running the latest firmware? If not
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Hold down the "Sleep/Wake" button at the top of the phone. After a few seconds a notice saying "Slide to power off" will appear.
Hold down the "Home" button. This is the square button on
the iPhone under the screen. After about ten seconds a yellow triangle
and a notice saying "Please Connect to iTunes" will appear.
Plug the iPhone into the computer on which are running
iTunes. You must have an iPhone or iPod USB cable, because the side that
is inserted into the iPhone is unique to Apple.
Open iTunes. If you do not have iTunes, you can download the latest version from the Apple website.
Click "OK" when iTunes shows you a message saying "iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode."
Click "Restore" on the window that appears, and then let the
restoration process run and complete. This is the "Summary" tab for the
iPhone. You can go back to this window at any time to restore the
phone. The icon for it is located on the left-hand side of iTunes.
Hold the power button and the home button for approximately 30 seconds until the yellow hazard triangle appears. After this is done, connect the phone to your computer (whichever machine you last synchronized from with iTunes) and it should prompt you with the option to restore.
To restore iPhone and reset the phone to default factory settings, follow these steps:
Turn off iPhone - Hold down the Sleep/Wake button for a few seconds until the red slider appears, then slide the red slider. Ignore this step if your iPhone is already off.
Press and hold down the Home button for about 10 seconds until a yellow triangle with a text which says Please Connect to iTunes appears.
Plug the iPhone into Mac or Windows PC. Release the button if you haven't.
Run and open iTunes if it's not already opened yet.
iTunes will prompt a message that says iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. Click OK.
You will be taken to the iPhone pane. Then, click on Restore.
Wait for the full restoration process to complete, and the iPhone will be back to the original settings state as when it left the manufacturing factory, typically a working phone again if you face any problem, unless it's hardware related.
That Means Ur Device Has an "ERROR" For Sure -
U Should Get it To Apple - It shows Yellow Sign in DM -
Sure U have an Error - Why Dont U Try by Formatting Ur PC-
Then ur Device n Finaly See if it Works -
hi il post a fix but please leave feedback download ibricker
connect your iphone and open up ibriker just click on boot phone this should snap ur phone out of restore mode. it wont work if your phone is hardware unlocked as in it has been tampered with ive had a few iphones in the same condtion as yours. if this doesnt work im guessing it has been water damaged or the insides have been tampered with cos its pretty much imposible to stuff up an iphone completely even if u wanted too
Hi Raj, all is not lost, the thing is i would need more info of what you were trying to do before this happened.
but a solution that may work is attempt to get into the bootloader mode of the iPhone. Hold Down power button + Home button for like 10seconds. This should then get you to a yellow triangle screen or just a blank screen.
Download a copy of iBricker. Connect the iphone to the pc, run iBricker, there should be an option of boot/reboot the phone. this should be able to get the phone in a state where you can restore the firmware.
else if you on the bootloader mode ( the Yellow triangle) you maybe able to get iTunes to recognise it and allow you to do a restore on it