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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itaym1 - March 9, 2014 at 6:14pm
http://www.rapidunlockers.com Great site for permanent factory unlocks - sim free your mobile phone. It is the cheapest one i found, give it a try .
S. Rao - January 19, 2014 at 8:19pm
I have a jailbroken iPhone3GS. Something went wrong ..and it wont even power on.Screen remains 100% dead. No light. No apple logo. However, i am able to get into DFU mode .. and when I ask iTunes to "Restore iPhone": .. it goes through the motions of trying to restore/recover. And ends with the following message - "The iPhone cannot be restored. An unknown error occurred (3194)"
Doombringer - January 11, 2014 at 7:55am
still not working!
gregglee - January 17, 2014 at 3:36am
ive done a master reset on a iphone 5s three times thru itunes and dfu and its still asking me for the previous owners information. Can anyone help me with this????
Caballoschicka - December 15, 2013 at 6:32pm
I put my ipod in DFU mode but a window says that my network is not working. What do i do?
BKSeacrist - November 28, 2013 at 9:20pm
We completed the DFU mode instructions outlined above... everything worked great however, it appears that the iphone's original account holder's information (i.e. password) is still attached to an iCloud. Can someone please help?
Ryan Seachrist - March 13, 2014 at 7:41pm
Contact the owner (at gunpoint if necessary) and EXTRACT the password from him. Then modify it to your own fetish one, like "iwearbras"
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