Restore an iphone without updating
This is where you get the ‘i Phone is disabled’ message.
Restoring an i Phone to a previous backup is really easy, and though it’s fairly rare that you will need to restore an i Phone, or any other i OS device for that matter, it can still be necessary from time to time.
What restoring from a backup does is pretty straight forward: it clears everything off the device, installs a clean version of the i OS system software, then recovers all personal stuff to exactly what it was like from the last backup.
Step 1: Connect the device to computer (the one you’ve previously synced the device to).
i Tunes is going to open it automatically, and the case it doesn’t, go ahead and open it yourself.
Going the i Cloud route is actually two distinct steps: clearing the phone, then restoring from backup, here is how to do both: Let the i Cloud restoration begin and finish itself, this may take a while depending on how much stuff you had backed up and how fast the internet connection is.
Don’t interrupt the phone during this process and don’t let it run out of batteries either, otherwise you can end up with a ‘bricked’ device that requires a manual hard restore through recovery mode, which is a much more complex process.
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