Cómo Poner un iPhone en Modo DFU

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DFU significa Device Firmware Update(Actualización del Firmware del Dispositivo). Si una restauración usando el modo recuperación no funciona, necesitas usar el modo DFU como última opción. Cuando pones el iPhone en modo DFU éste no carga el sistema operativo antes de intentar hacer la restauración.

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Para poner el iPhone en modo DFU y hacer una restauración de firmware en iTunes sigue estos pasos:

Paso Uno
Abre iTunes y conecta tu iPhone a tu Mac.


Paso Dos
Pulsa los botones Home y Power al mismo tiempo.


Paso Tres
Después de exactamente 10 segundos, suelta el botón power. Continúa pulsando el botón Home hasta que iTunes te diga que ha encontrado un dispositivo en modo recuperación.


La pantalla del iPhone permanecerá negra:


NOTA***: Puede que necesites varios intentos para poner el iPhone en modo DFU. Generalmente yo pulso los dos botones y suelto Home justo antes de que crea que el logo de Apple va a aparecer. ¡Si estás pulsando los dos botones y el logo de Apple aparece entonces los has pulsado demasiado tiempo!

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mirul - March 11, 2015 at 4:01am
help
justine jude - March 7, 2015 at 3:27pm
pls help me ,, my iphone need to connect in itunes and upgrade or restore it but when the restoring has 75% it stuck and there is an error(1) what shuold i do?
christine.schneider - March 6, 2015 at 9:22am
thank you for saving me from driving into town to the apple store with 2 little kids! I solved the problem within 10mn following the easy instructions. thank you!! christine
Iann - December 9, 2014 at 2:38am
Does this only work with a Mac?
mojohaas - December 26, 2014 at 5:02pm
This works with any computer that you can download iTunes onto. I have a Dell, a HP, and a Sony vaio and it works for all of them.
kriagmore - December 1, 2014 at 4:00am
For the record, my ipod touch is 5th gen, and my laptop 10.6 . And when I followed through with the instructions it worked until I got an error message of 4005, and basically my laptop's version of itunes was not up to date, although it said it was. Currently the latest version is 12.0.1. And my laptop was reading "This version of itunes (11.4) is the current version", which is incorrect and misleading. So I switched to my later model - and it works. Ensure that your stuff is up-to-date or it won;t work.
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