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How to Put Unavailable iPhone 14/13/12 in Recovery Mode

It’s very important to know how to put an unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13/12 in recovery mode. Maybe you should know that you need to reset your unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13, iPhone 12 in recovery mode to enable it.

How to Put Unavailable iPhone 14 13 in Recovery Mode
How to Put Unavailable iPhone 14 13 in Recovery Mode

Without the recovery mode, you can’t let your computer detect it.

With this principle in mind, any Apple ways or third-party ways using a computer should probably use the recovery mode to unlock the unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13/12.

If you are determined to fix your disabled iPhone 14 or 13/12 with a computer in recovery mode, we’ll exactly show you how to put your unavailable iPhone 14 or 13 in recovery mode.

There are two main steps to put your unavailable iPhone 14 or 13/12 in recovery mode.

When we mention the iPhone 14, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, we cover all the iPhone 14 or iPhone 13/12 models, such as iPhone 14 Pro (Max), iPhone 14, iPhone 13/12, iPhone 13/12 mini, and iPhone 13/12 Pro (Max). All these iPhone 14/13/12 models follow the same steps to enter recovery mode.

Step 1. Turn off your iPhone 14 or iPhone 13/12.

Simultaneously press and hold the side button and either volume button on your iPhone 14 or 13 until the sliders appear, then drag the Power Off slider.

Wait for a while, and let your iPhone turn off completely.

Step 2. Connect the iPhone 14 or 13/12 to your computer and press the buttons.

Press quickly and release the Volume up button.

Press and quickly release the Volume down button. Then, press and hold the side button until you see the recovery mode screen.

The recovery mode graphic shows a cable connecting to the computer after you see the White Apple Logo appear and later disappear.

This is exactly the recovery mode screen.

iPhone Recovery Mode
iPhone Recovery Mode

Thus, you’ve put your unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13/12 in recovery mode successfully.

If you’re trying to fix the unavailable iPhone 13/12 or iPhone 14 in recovery mode by yourself, we’ll show you the right and simple way to unlock your iPhone in the below part.

How to do a Recovery Mode restore on your unavailable iPhone 14 or 13/12.

Option 1. Use the third-party software to reset your unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13/12 in recovery mode.

Option 2. Do a Finder Restore on your Unavailable iPhone 14 or 13/12 in Recovery mode.

To help you unlock your unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13/12 easily in recovery mode. There are the following things you should know.

iPhone 13/12 or iPhone 14 should exit the recovery mode after 15 minutes.

The Finder or the third-party software both should download a software package to fix the unavailable iPhone. The time it takes depends on your internet speed.

The Apple software fixing firmware packages come out large, for example, 6G or bigger. It should take a little time for people with fast internet speed, while it should take more than 15 minutes for some people with common internet speed. It depends.

I’d also suggest that you let the download finish first, after the download is complete, you follow the above same pressing button actions to enter your iPhone 14 or iPhone 13 in recovery mode again.

That is to say, during the unlocking process of your unavailable iPhone 14/13/12, a lot of people may need twice or more to put your device in recovery mode.

SD iPhone Passcode Unlocker is our choice to unlock your unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13, iPhone 12. Note that when you unlock the unavailable iPhone with the app, it erases everything on it for a reset. Later, you can set it up or restore your backups.

Download and install it on your computer. It has both PC and Mac Versions.

Launch the program. Head to the “Unlock Screen Passcode” section.

Turn off your unavailable iPhone 14 or 13 and then connect it to the computer.

Enter your iPhone in recovery mode.

Click Start and Next, and you should get to the firmware download screen. The software algorithm automatically detects your iPhone 14 or 13 in recovery mode, showing the iPhone models. The program requires you to download the firmware package to unlock the unavailable iPhone 14/13/12 in recovery mode.

When the download is complete, click start to unlock. If you are determined to use the app solution, do purchase a license, it should prompt the page to show you the price listing. Later, enter the registration code in the app. Then you can use it to unlock the unavailable iPhone 14 or 13.

Enter “000000” to confirm unlocking the unavailable devices in recovery mode.

When the app screen shows you “Unlock is Complete”, disconnect it from the computer. Wait for your iPhone to show you the Welcome Hello screen.

You should get your iPhone 14 or 13 like when you first purchased the iPad.

Meanwhile, you finished resetting the unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13 in recovery mode.

Option 2. Do a Finder Restore on your Unavailable iPhone 14 or 13/12 in Recovery mode.

Follow the step 1 and step 2 to put your unavailable iPhone 14 or iPhone 13 in recovery mode.

Launch Finder.

When it pops up a screen with the Restore option. Click Restore.

Wait for the download of the iOS software. After the download is finished, check if your unavailable iPhone is still in recovery mode. If not, enter the recovery mode again to let the Finder install the software on your device.

If you know how to put an unavailable iPhone 14 or 13/12 in recovery mode, it’s very easy for the whole unlocking process.

If you failed to unlock it on Finder, keep in mind to update your macOS. Thus, you should get the latest Finder to give you a helping hand.

The Bottom Line.

Knowing how to put your unavailable iPhone 14, iPhone 13, or iPhone 12 in recovery mode is so important that we hope you read the tutorial carefully to do it the right way. For a more confident successful repairing process, putting it in recovery mode and fixing it on a computer is the way to go. If you have no computer to fix it, please go to our tutorial: iPhone Unavailable, How to Fix Without a ComputerHow to Put iPhone in Recovery Mode without a Computer.

I am the chief editor of softwaredive.com. I have been engaged in software and computer gadgets fields for over 10 years, offering proven guides, tips, and software solutions in data recovery, and multimedia field.

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