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Try to restart the iPhone: Press and hold both power button and home button together until iPhone turns off and starts again (Apple logo appear on white screen). Release both buttons when you see the Apple logo. Let the phone boot up. It should be ok. If not,
You can update/restore your iPhone using iTunes installed on a Mac or Windows computer.
Steps to follow:
1. Please turn off the phone.
2. Press and hold the home button and connect the USB charging cable to your phone and to Mac/PC running iTunes.
3. When iTunes connect logo appear on iPhone screen, release the home button.
4. iTunes will detect your phone and prompt you to update/restore your phone.
5. Click on update.
6. Let iTunes download and install iOS update on your phone. It will prompt you once finished.
If the update is failed, iTunes will prompt you to restore (this process will erase all data from your iPhone), select restore and wait to finish.
After restore process is done, you may restore your iPhone backup (if you have backed up your iPhone before).
Unplug the phone from the computer and power down then try holding the power button and the home button for around ten seconds the screen should show the apple logo and release the buttons then wait and see if the phone loads up to the home screen.....this can take while for the phone to register so dont push at the buttons etc just see if it changes. If not then follow the steps below to put your phone into recovery mode and restore it
Hope this helps
Use the following steps to restore your iPhone.
***** IF YOU CANT SEE YOU IPHONE IN ITUNES OR IT IS STUCK AT THE APPLE
LOGO - POWER DOWN YOUR PHONE - HOLD DOWN THE HOME BUTTON FOR AROUND
6SECS WHILST CONNECTING TO ITUNES - RELEASE BUTTON - ITUNES WILL THEN APPEAR WITH MESSAGE
SAYING IT HAS DETECTED IPHONE IN RECOVERY MODE & CONTINUE TO RESTORE
YOUR PHONE - FOLLOW FROM STEP 6! ) *****
Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed and running before attempting to update.
Connect your device to your computer.
Select your iPhone when it appears in iTunes under Devices.
Select the Summary tab.
Select the Restore option.
prompted to back up your settings before restoring, select the Back Up
option. If you have just backed up the
device, it is not necessary to create another.
the Restore option when iTunes prompts you (as long as you've backed up
your device, you should not have to worry about restoring your phone).
Once the restore process has completed, the device restarts and displays the Apple logo while starting up:
After a restore, the iPhone displays the "Connect
to iTunes" screen. Keep your device connected until the "Connect to
iTunes" screen goes away or you see "iPhone is activated." If iTunes
does not have an Internet connection, you cannot complete this step.
final step is to restore your device from a previous backup. Once your
device is restored and-in the case of the iPhone-in the process of
activating, you should be able to see the following in iTunes:
Select the backup you want for your device and select the Continue button to complete your device's restoration.
If you do not want to restore from backup, select "Set up as new...
went to reset my iphone to restore it to factory settings and it never
came back on. It's been a week or two and it ran out of battery power a
couple of times, but it just shows the apple logo and a spinning circle
if itunes recognizes the phone use the restore option if not you need to perform a force recovery mode. to do this hold power and home screen buttons until the screen resets when it does keep holding the home screen button and plug in the phone to the computer after a few seconds itunes should see a phone in recovery mode and force you to do a restore. if that does not work you might have a hardware problem and will need to go to a store.
I would recommend a full restore to 1.1.3, from there, you can jailbreak with ziphone.
To get your phone into DFU mode to restore, you can try:
Step 1. Turn off your iPhone.
Step 2. Hold down the power and home button.
Step 3. When you see the Apple logo, release the power button but continue holding the home button down.
Step 4. Open iTunes and wait for it to tell you that its in restore mode.