iPhone X Won’t Restore From iTunesAll people of the iPhone X must learn to solve the problem when their phone won’t restore from backup. keep in mind that you simply can always recover data of the iPhone X after you see the pop up that the phone is connected to iTunes.
Connect to iTunes
- Connect your iPhone X to the pc
- Open iTunes
- Select the iPhone (from the sidepane or from top-right of the screen)
- In the summary tab, click on Restore
- If iTunes proceeds with a problem-free restore, your device are going to be cleaned and restored as a brand new device. you'll be able to then carry on restoring it from an iCloud ID till iPhone goes into the blank state. (Black screen). now connect the iPhone to iTunes and restore (iTunes will detect that a device is in recovery mode)
How to fix iPhone X disabled connect to iTunes without a backupThe iTunes would not be able to backup the iPhone X if it's locked has is never been backed up. but there’s still an answer for this if the iPhone X has been locked or disabled using the iTunes technique and sadly, with this technique, you'll be ready to restore it but all of the data, apps, apps data, photos, music, videos and even contacts are going to be wiped away.
Use iCloudFor all those people of iPhone X who used the iCloud to set up and backup have the chance to recover all the necessary stuff on their device like apps, apps data, music, photos and contacts in iCloud. By using iCloud, you'll have the assurance to save almost everything that’s in the iPhone X. The common reason why all the Apple smartphones get disabled is due to the wrong password entry.
people can also use alternative Apple device like the iPhone SE to check out the data of their iPhone X if it's synced with the iCloud account. you'll be able to login to your Apple ID via Settings → iCloud then sync the device to see if contacts, mail, photos and other app data are available as a backup.