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Current version by: Jack Leslie ,

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There's many things you can try.
 
1. Force it into restore mode, and then restore through iTunes.
 
2. Force it info DFU mode and restore it in DFU mode through iTunes.
 
* Make sure your iTunes is up to date.
 
* TryTry another cable or USB port.
* TryTry another cable or USB port.
 
* DisconnectDisconnect the battery for a good minute or two, reconnect it and try again.
* DisconnectDisconnect the battery for a good minute or two, reconnect it and try again.
 
If none of that works it's probably cooked.

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Original post by: Jack Leslie ,

Text:

There's many things you can try.

1. Force it into restore mode, and then restore through iTunes.

2. Force it info DFU mode and restore it in DFU mode through iTunes.

* Make sure your iTunes is up to date.

*  Try another cable or USB port.

*  Disconnect the battery for a good minute or two, reconnect it and try again.

If none of that works it's probably cooked.

Status:

open