Einstellen des DFU Modus bei einem IPhone

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DFU steht für Device Firmware Update, also Geräte-Firmware Aktualisierung. Sollte eine Wiederherstellung im Wiederherstellungsmodus (Recovery Mode) nicht funktionieren, kann man es als letzte Möglichkeit im DFU Modus versuchen. Stellt man den DFU Modus ein, wird das iPhone eine FW-Wiederherstellung versuchen, bevor es startet.

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Um den DFU Modus des iPhone einzustellen, so dass du eine iTunes FW-Wiederherstellung durchführen kannst, folge diesen Schritten:

1. Schritt
Öffne iTunes und verbinde dein iPhone mit deinem Mac bzw. PC.


2. Schritt
Drücke und halte gleichzeitig den Home und den Sleep/Wake Button.


3. Schritt
Nach genau 10 Sekunden, lasse den Sleep/Wake Button los, aber halte weiterhin den Home Button, bis in iTunes die Meldung erscheint, dass es ein iPhone im Wiederherstellungsmodus erkannt hat.


Der iPhone-Bildschirm wird schwarz bleiben:


ACHTUNG***: Es kann einige Versuche brauchen, bis man sein iPhone im DFU Modus hat. In der Regel halte ich beide Tasten gedrückt, und lasse den Home Button genau dann los, wenn ich denke, dass das Apple Logo erscheinen sollte. Solltest du immernoch beide Tasten gedrückt halten, wenn das Apple Logo erscheint, hältst du sie zu lange gedrückt!
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slobodannn - June 14, 2014 at 7:52am
Before you unlock your iPhone or enter in dfu mode you need to use an online iPhone IMEI Checker tool to determinate the iphone carrier and lock status only by imei code.
Vivek Singh - July 22, 2014 at 10:02am
I can't see the purpouse of putting iOS 7 to DFU mode at the moment. However the instructions are following, try this: http://www.ipadconverter-mac.com/how-to-put-ipod-touch-into-dfu-mode/ 1) Power the device down 2) Start holding Power button for 3 seconds 3) Hold Home button but don't let go of the Power button, 10 seconds 4) Keep holding Home and let go of Power. About 15 seconds just to be sure That's it. You should now be in DFU mode.
Vivek Singh - July 22, 2014 at 10:08am
I can't see the purpouse of putting iOS 7 to DFU mode at the moment. However the instructions are following, try this: http://www.ipadconverter-mac.com/how-to-put-ipod-touch-into-dfu-mode/ 1) Power the device down 2) Start holding Power button for 3 seconds 3) Hold Home button but don't let go of the Power button, 10 seconds 4) Keep holding Home and let go of Power. About 15 seconds just to be sure That's it. You should now be in DFU mode.
lllaass - 10 hours ago
Just to help others that may find themselves in my situation... I have solved my problem. I used the instructions on this site: http://www.video-converter-mac.org/put-iphone-ipad-into-dfu-mode/ My phone was displaying Recovery Mode and I was stuck in a Recovery Mode loop. Using these instructions I put it into DFU Mode, directly from Recovery Mode (while connected to my PC). As I did this, my computer installed a driver for my iPhone and said it was "Ready to Use" in a Windows pane. I then tried the "Restore iPhone" button in iTunes again and after it worked! It downloaded the update and restored the phone to factory settings. I had backed up my phone last night (I backup my data locally on my PC) so I got all of my data back. Follow the instructions on that site and you're golden. It took me a couple tries to get the timing of the holding of the buttons.
lllaass - 10 hours ago
Just to help others that may find themselves in my situation... I have solved my problem. I used the instructions on this site: http://www.video-converter-mac.org/put-iphone-ipad-into-dfu-mode/ My phone was displaying Recovery Mode and I was stuck in a Recovery Mode loop. Using these instructions I put it into DFU Mode, directly from Recovery Mode (while connected to my PC). As I did this, my computer installed a driver for my iPhone and said it was "Ready to Use" in a Windows pane. I then tried the "Restore iPhone" button in iTunes again and after it worked! It downloaded the update and restored the phone to factory settings. I had backed up my phone last night (I backup my data locally on my PC) so I got all of my data back. Follow the instructions on that site and you're golden. It took me a couple tries to get the timing of the holding of the buttons.
lllaass - 10 hours ago
Just to help others that may find themselves in my situation... I have solved my problem. I used the instructions on this site: http://www.video-converter-mac.org/put-iphone-ipad-into-dfu-mode/ My phone was displaying Recovery Mode and I was stuck in a Recovery Mode loop. Using these instructions I put it into DFU Mode, directly from Recovery Mode (while connected to my PC). As I did this, my computer installed a driver for my iPhone and said it was "Ready to Use" in a Windows pane. I then tried the "Restore iPhone" button in iTunes again and after it worked! It downloaded the update and restored the phone to factory settings. I had backed up my phone last night (I backup my data locally on my PC) so I got all of my data back. Follow the instructions on that site and you're golden. It took me a couple tries to get the timing of the holding of the buttons.
isteve - June 14, 2014 at 7:31am
After you put it in dfu mode you must follow our guide to Unlock iOS 7.1.1 iPhone 5S 5 or 5C by imei code.
ArnoldTrust88 - July 22, 2014 at 7:05am

otherwise if you own att locked iphone you can easily unlock it here. Good luck

ArnoldTrust88 - July 22, 2014 at 12:18pm

This one is reliable too - att.imei.org

libansalah - June 6, 2014 at 5:41am
/Users/libansalah/Downloads/iOS 8 beta - iPhone 5s (Model A1457, A1518, A1528, A1530) - 12A4265u/iPhone6,2_8.0_12A4265u_Restore.ipsw
DaveWest - June 5, 2014 at 7:56am
Do you know how to how to enter DFU mode on iPhone 4? http://www.leawo.org/tutorial/how-to-enter-dfu-mode-and-recover-deleted-files-from-iphone.html
natasftw - June 5, 2014 at 4:06am
This isn't DFU mode. You should either fix the tutorial or delete it. You're doing more harm than help.
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