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One of the most popular operating system IOS, is much appreciated by many people and iPhone users simple love it. There are many apps present that makes the iPhone one of the best smartphone in the market.
Syncing your iPhone with itunes is must for optimum. Itunes runs smoothly in windows as well mac but sometimes you don’t want iTunes to change your device’s operating system. For this you need to enable DFU mode in your iPhone. And that’s what this post is all about.
In this post I will share what is DFU mode and how to put your iPhone in DFU mode and how to restore from DFU mode Keep reading..
First you must know about the DFU Mode.
What Is DFU Mode?
When you connect your iPhone to iTunes, the phone gets sync to iTunes, and it starts looking for available OS updates for your device and automatically start s updating. But unlike some users, you don’t wish to upgrade your iPhone everytime and update is available or you have a jailbroken iPhone, which might cause problems in updating. To prevent this automatic updates installation you need to put your iPhone in DFU mode.
The word DFU stands for Device Firmware update. This DFU mode also allows you to install previous versions of IOS. And u can also put your iPhone in DFU mode for jailbreak.
So, I hope you liked this tutorial, and if you want another way to put your iPhone in DFU mode or looking for how to put iPhone in dfu mode without home button or with broken home/ power button, then Stay Tuned to GizmoBase, I have got other ways too.
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Aishwar Babber is a passionate blogger and digital marketer. He loves to talk and blog about gadget, and latest tech, which motivates him to run GizmoBase. He is into digital marketing and SEO and is looking forward to living a successful entrepreneur's life.
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