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Current version by: Stavros Pehlivanidis ,

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I am currently having this issue... The iPhone would show apple logo then immediately go to dfu mode then power off and repeat. I have now plugged the device into the wall using my iPads transformer and with that in place the device does not power off now but it stays stuck in dfu mode now. I try to put the device in restore mode with iTunes logo but I am getting no luck.
Here are some possible explanations:
1. The juice of charge doesn't surpass a certain % just stays at the level of being able to just power on
(I tried this with battery disconnected from MB and was getting same result: power on-dfu-off
2. Completely corrupted software.
Right now. I'm leaving the device in dfu mode with the iPad charger. Hopefully will be able to restore. Will let everyone know soon.
-** UPDATE:
-Getting error 14 from iTunes restore =\
+* UPDATE:
+
+SUCCESFULLY OUT OF BOOTLOOP! USE AN IPAD CHARGER!

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Edit by: Stavros Pehlivanidis ,

Text:

I am currently having this issue... The iPhone would show apple logo then immediately go to dfu mode then power off and repeat. I have now plugged the device into the wall using my iPads transformer and with that in place the device does not power off now but it stays stuck in dfu mode now. I try to put the device in restore mode with iTunes logo but I am getting no luck.
Here are some possible explanations:
1. The juice of charge doesn't surpass a certain % just stays at the level of being able to just power on
(I tried this with battery disconnected from MB and was getting same result: power on-dfu-off
2. Completely corrupted software.
Right now. I'm leaving the device in dfu mode with the iPad charger. Hopefully will be able to restore. Will let everyone know soon.
+
+** UPDATE:
+Getting error 14 from iTunes restore =\

Status:

open

Original post by: Stavros Pehlivanidis ,

Text:

I am currently having this issue...  The iPhone would show apple logo then immediately go to dfu mode then power off and repeat.  I have now plugged the device into the wall using my iPads transformer and with that in place the device does not power off now but it stays stuck in dfu mode now.  I try to put the device in restore mode with iTunes logo but I am getting no luck.

Here are some possible explanations:

1. The juice of charge doesn't surpass a certain % just stays at the level of being able to just power on

(I tried this with battery disconnected from MB and was getting same result: power on-dfu-off

2. Completely corrupted software.

Right  now. I'm leaving the device in dfu mode with the iPad charger.  Hopefully will be able to restore.  Will let everyone know soon.

Status:

open