When iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus Won’t Restore From iTunes
There are owners of the new iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus that will be interested in knowing how they can solve the issue of their device not restoring from iTunes. The good news is that you can recover your data when you see the ‘disabled connect to iTunes’ displayed on your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus.
How to Connect to iTunes:
- Connect your device to a computer
- Click on iTunes
- Choose the iPhone; you will be able to see this on the side pane or top-right of your device
- Select Restore in the Summary tab
- If the iTunes process completes successfully and your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus is wiped clean, then you can restore using the iCloud service
But if the iTunes process encounters an error and the process is not completed, you will need to enter the Recovery Mode. Press and hold the Power plus the Home key at the same time until a black screen appears. Now connect your device to iTunes and then start the Recovery process.
Fixing iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus disabled connect to iTunes without a backup
If you have never carried out a backup on your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus, you should know that you won’t be able to do it anymore as soon as your device is locked. The only effective method that you can try is to restore your device is to use the iTunes method. However, it’s important to point out that using this process will make you lose all your files, documents, pictures and almost everything on your device.
Using the iCloud service
If you own an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus and you have already backed up your data through the iCloud service. It is possible to recover your app data, photos, and contacts in iCloud. Bearing this in mind, you can carry out this process knowing that you can restore your device forum the iCloud backup service. If your iPhone device is disabled because of typing an incorrect code, you can look for another iPhone device to have access to your iCloud service. You can do this by providing your Apple ID via Settings and then click on iCloud and then sync your device to be certain that your files are still available as a backup.