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Sometimes iOS crashes, and you need to reinstall it to ensure that you can go on using the device without losing any data. Sometimes you get a black screen, and can’t do anything with your device.

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The iTunes/Finder configuration doesn’t match firmware files sometimes and iTunes/Finder upgrade cannot solve the error. Try to update or restore your iPhone after reinstalling the latest iTunes/Finder.

You can update your iPhone manually by downloading the IPSW download the stock firmware firmware files. IPSW files are firmware downloads for specific Apple devices and iOS versions. You can use these files to update iOS manually via iTunes. If a restart does not help, the problem could be with your device’s network settings. For example, maybe Wi-Fi is not working, or your iPhone cannot connect to a Wi-Fi network.

  • You can find your deleted iOS files back within few seconds.
  • Make sure that these files are meant for your specific device.
  • The first thing you should do when you start to suspect that your hard drive has become corrupted is to verify your suspicion.
  • Also, the History data of BMVs and MPPTs will be preserved throughout a firmware update.
  • Unlike iTunes backup restoration, this way can help restore some certain types of data to a computer or Mac and the recovered files can be directly viewed.

Hence, ensure the latest data backup is there before you try this method. When dealing with corrupted backups, there are a couple third-party apps that may help you.

If you are using Finder, just go to App Store to see if there are any available updates. If you don’t see the “Check for Updates” button, it means the iTunes is downloaded from Microsoft Store, and the Store will automatically update it. First, make sure that you installed iTunes on your computer. You can download iTunes from the Microsoft store or get the latest version from Apple’s website.