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Want to download RecBoot? Then either you’re in a hurry or in serious trouble with your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. RecBoot is a free software which allows anyone to put their iOS device in Recovery Mode with just a click of the mouse directly from their Mac or Windows PC.

Most people who download RecBoot use it to troubleshoot their iDevice as a last resort. Either their iPhone is Stuck in Recovery Mode or their home button is broken or both.

Contents
What is Recovery Mode Loop?
What is RecBoot?
Download RecBoot for Mac
Download RecBoot for Windows
Solutions to Common Bugs in RecBoot
Pros and Cons of RecBoot Software
RecBoot Alternatives
Top 6 Free RecBoot Alternatives for Windows and Mac

What is Recovery Mode Loop?

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Recovery Mode

Recovery Mode is a failsafe in iBoot, the iOS booting system. It is put in place to reboot your iPhone into a new version of iOS. This mode uses iBoot to restore or upgrade your iPhone. In recovery mode, your iPhone screen shows iTunes or computer logo on a black background.

Recovery Mode Loop

Recovery Mode Loop is a condition caused by software failures, usually from faulty iTunes software or incomplete iOS Update installation. It makes your device continuously boot into recovery mode even when you want it to boot in normal mode.

Sometimes a failed Jailbreak can also push your iPhone into Recovery Mode Loop. Additionally, there are other modes your iPhone can get into like Boot Loop and DFU Mode. Please do learn about them.

What is RecBoot?

RecBoot is a very simple software which is available free to download online. RecBoot 1.3 and RecBoot 2.2 for Windows and Mac, respectively, don’t even need installation of supportive software like Java or .NET framework.

All you have to do is get RecBoot for Mac and Windows from our links. Then, run the program and enter/exit recovery mode with a single mouse click. This saves a lot of time.

But there is another why reason so many users opt for iOS Recovery software like RecBoot, instead of using iTunes. It’s because, using RecBoot, you can retrieve your device to normalcy without losing data. That cannot be done by iTunes or any other Apple software.

Download RecBoot for Mac

You can download the macOS version, that is, RecBoot 2.2 from here↓

Download RecBoot for Mac

How to use RecBoot on macOS

  1. Extract and run the RecBoot file you have downloaded.
  2. The window would show the status as no device connected.
  3. Connect your troubled iOS device.
  4. After the device is recognized, you have two options.
  5. You can put your iPhone in Recovery Mode by clicking on Enter Recovery Mode.
  6. Or you can get your iPad out of Recovery Mode by clicking on Exit Recovery Mode.
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Download RecBoot for Windows

You can download the Windows version, that is, RecBoot 1.3 from here↓

Download RecBoot for Windows

How to use Recboot on Windows

  1. Extract RecBoot from the downloaded zip file and run it on your computer.
  2. Then connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch to your computer.
  3. Once your iOS device is recognized, you’ll find two buttons on the RecBoot window.
  4. The Button on the left is to “Enter Recovery Mode” and the right one is to “Exit Recovery Mode”.
  5. After you make sure your device is connected properly, click the desired button to enter a command to your iPhone from your computer.
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You can Enter or Exit Recovery Mode

Solutions to Common Bugs in RecBoot

There are a few go to solutions for common problems faced by RecBoot users. The solution varies depending on the type of error message that you receive.

Most of the time users see an error message saying “QTMLClient.dll” or “iTunesMobileDevice.dll” is missing. Both these files can be downloaded from the internet.

QTMLClient.dll is missing error in RecBoot

To download QTMLClient.dll, head over to this wikidll page that has all the versions of this file that you can download. It even has a neat walkthrough about the whole process. Paste the QTMLClient.dll file in the same folder as RecBoot.exe is present.

As for iTunesMobileDevice.dll is missing error, you can download the proper .DLL file from another source on wikidll for iTunesMobileDevice.dll.

You need to then paste the iTunesMobileDevice.dll file in Windows(C:)/Program Files/Common Files/Apple/Mobile Device Support. Also a paste another copy in the same folder that RecBoot.exe exits.

After pasting these files in the root folder, these two errors would stop showing up and you can continue with your business hassle free.

Pros and Cons of RecBoot Software

Pros:

  • RecBoot is available for both macOS as well as Windows.
  • It has a very small file size and can be installed in minutes on your computer.
  • This software is simple to use with minimal fuss and loading time.
  • It puts your iOS device in and out of Recovery Mode in an instant.

Cons:

  • It has been many years since the last update on RecBoot by the CoreDevTeam, the developers of RecBoot.
  • Hence, there are a few problems that users have been facing with newer computers and iOS devices.
  • Sometimes RecBoot needs additional resources to be downloaded and pasted into the root folder depending on the problem you face.
  • RecBoot does not have as many extra functions in it that some RecBoot alternatives offer in today’s iOS Recovery Software market.

Conclusion:

Overall, we really recommend downloading RecBoot and using it to solve your problem because of its ease of use. Even if it does not work, it does not cause any active harm to your devices and data.

Additionally, there are at least 5 other free software that are at least as good as RecBoot or better at solving iOS and iPadOS problems. We discuss them in great detail in our 5 best free RecBoot Alternatives section.

RecBoot Alternatives

It is very possible that, despite your best efforts, you are still not getting the RecBoot software to run on your PC or Mac. This might be due to any number of problems. The main culprit would always be that RecBoot has not been updated for a long while now. 

I had mentioned that in the Pros and Cons of RecBoot section clearly. Having said that, there are ample ways you can address this by simply switching to equally good, if not better, RecBoot like software. These are the top 6 free RecBoot alternatives the you can use for multiple purposes.

Top 6 Free RecBoot Alternatives for both Windows and macOS

  1. Tenorshare ReiBoot
  2. UltFone iOS System Repair
  3. iMyFone Fixppo
  4. Wondershare Dr.Fone
  5. iToolab FixGo
  6. FoneDog Toolkit for iOS

If you are still not able to revive your iOS device using any of these methods and tools, then consider taking your device to Apple at the nearby Apple Store or service center.

In case you are using a pre-owned iPhone, you should find out whether your iPhone is stolen or bought from the legitimate owner. That can solve the mystery behind the firmware malfunction.

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  1. I have this problem where after I download it onto windows I don’t know how to run it so I can’t continue on with the process. My goal is to reset my disabled iPhone 5 but it has a broken home button so I cant do it the normal ways because they either involve turning on my iPhone (I forgot the password) or using the home button.

    Thanks

  2. A small clarification: Recboot was designed to run on 32-bit devices. If your computer is 64 bit, that might be the main culprit. I have been thinking of patching this gap for quite some time now. If “Exiting Recovery Mode Loop” is your only problem then I have an alternate solution for you right here, right now.

    Here are the steps:

    1. Download this software called iMyFone Fixppo. Here are the links for Windows and Mac versions respectively (please open the links in new tab and press download so that you won’t miss this article). This is a good alternative to Recboot and it is 100% free for Enter/Exit Recovery Problems. It is easy to use on both Mac and Windows.

    2. Install the Fixppo software after downloading by agreeing to terms and clicking next.

    3. After Installation open the software and you may see a pop-up called message center, close that. Now you’ll see three buttons: Standard Mode, Advanced Mode and Enter/Exit Recovery Mode. Chose Enter/Exit Recovery Mode by clicking it.

    4. In this step the software asks you to please connect your device to computer. Connect your device using the original cable or a high quality one for proper function. Then click on Exit Recovery Mode button that is situated at the bottom right. I’m assuming that is the problem you are facing and so I’m suggesting you to do so. If your problem is something else then respond to me in the next comment.

    5. After you click “Exit Recovery Mode” button, soon the iPhone/iPad screen goes blank and then shows the Apple logo that suggests it is rebooting. At this time Fixppo on your computer shows a text at the bottom saying “Exiting Recovery Mode”. It is good news.

    6. Wait for a few seconds and you’ll see the text “Exited Recovery Mode Successfully” in the Fixppo software and at the same time your iPhone/iPad will finish rebooting and shows your LockScreen ready to be unlocked using your Passcode.

    7. After unlocking you’ll find that your device is as it was before it gave you trouble with all the files and apps intact without any changes.

    Note that iMyFone Fixppo is free to use for “Enter/Exit Recovery Mode” but for more complicated recoveries and unlocking devices, you’ll need to buy their paid version. So don’t worry yet if your purpose is only what I taught here. It is free.
    Also, if your computer is facing any glitches after completing this function, reboot it and it will be fine.
    Do reply me back if this worked for you. And mention a few details if it did not work.

  3. When I run the program, I receive the following msg:
    “Access to the path ‘C:\Program Files\Common File\Apple\Apple Application Support’ is denied”

    I tried turning off virus protection with the same result.

    • Don’t worry now. I’ve got just the thing for you. First of all, sorry to hear that you are facing this problem. Now follow the steps below this paragraph. A small clarification: Recboot was designed to run on 32-bit devices. If your computer is 64 bit, that might be the main culprit. I have been thinking of patching this gap for quite some time now. If “Exiting Recovery Mode Loop” is your only problem then I have an alternate solution for you right here, right now.

      Here are the steps:

      1. Download this software called iMyFone Fixppo. Here are the links for Windows and Mac versions respectively (please open the links in new tab and press download so that you won’t miss this article). This is a good alternative to Recboot and it is 100% free for Enter/Exit Recovery Problems. It is easy to use on both Mac and Windows.

      2. Install the Fixppo software after downloading by agreeing to terms and clicking next.

      3. After Installation open the software and you may see a pop-up called message center, close that. Now you’ll see three buttons: Standard Mode, Advanced Mode and Enter/Exit Recovery Mode. Chose Enter/Exit Recovery Mode by clicking it.

      4. In this step the software asks you to please connect your device to computer. Connect your device using the original cable or a high quality one for proper function. Then click on Exit Recovery Mode button that is situated at the bottom right. I’m assuming that is the problem you are facing and so I’m suggesting you to do so. If your problem is something else then respond to me in the next comment.

      5. After you click “Exit Recovery Mode” button, soon the iPhone/iPad screen goes blank and then shows the Apple logo that suggests it is rebooting. At this time Fixppo on your computer shows a text at the bottom saying “Exiting Recovery Mode”. It is good news.

      6. Wait for a few seconds and you’ll see the text “Exited Recovery Mode Successfully” in the Fixppo software and at the same time your iPhone/iPad will finish rebooting and shows your LockScreen ready to be unlocked using your Passcode.

      7. After unlocking you’ll find that your device is as it was before it gave you trouble with all the files and apps intact without any changes.

      Note that iMyFone Fixppo is free to use for “Enter/Exit Recovery Mode” but for more complicated recoveries and unlocking devices, you’ll need to buy their paid version. So don’t worry yet if your purpose is only what I taught here. It is free.
      Also, if your computer is facing any glitches after completing this function, reboot it and it will be fine.
      Do reply me back if this worked for you. And mention a few details if it did not work.

    • Hi there, Luqman. There are two possible solutions to this problem. One is you should run this program, recboot, as administrator, through the right click. If that does not work, then turn off your antivirus and download the zip file again from our page and then unzip it and run the recboot file as administrator again, this might solve the problem completely. The missing file may be due to your antivirus suspecting the IPHUCWin32.exe as a harmful file while it is not. Please tell me if it worked.

  4. please help me out guys some error is irritating me please solve this problem

    “RecBoot.app” can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.

    our security preferences allow installation of only apps from the App Store and identified developers.

    • scho… Go to System Preferences .. ‘Security & Privacy’ .. look toward the bottom where you can ‘click to allow’ (or somesuch) That is, if you are a Mac user. Cheers.

      Jimmy

  5. i have iphone 6plus i click exit recovery and close and open again in the same screen iTunes sign and the arrow withe cable

  6. Hi, i found your article and downlod RecBoot successfully, but it failed to exit my iPhone 6s recovery mode. Luckily I found this useful tool ReiBoot, it helped me get my iPhone out of recovery mode within seconds.

  7. BLESS YOU whoever made this program!!!! I didn’t lose my data and it saves me from endless recovery mode <3

  8. so fast to download and super easy to use. the directions were simple and straight to the point. it worked for me.

  9. i want to jailbreak an iphone 3g 4.2.1 with the home button broken, can recboot replace the home botton through the jailbreak process ?? help please!

  10. hi ,i have an iphone 5c , show me this : The Sim card that you currently have installed in this iphone is from a carrier that is not supprotedunder the activation policy that is currently assigned by the activation server. this is not a hardware issue with the iphone. please insert another sim card from a supported carrier or request that this iphone be unlocked by your carrier.please contact apple for more information.
    i need help please !

    • Hi, I think your iPhone is carrier-locked. That means it was bought in a contract with one particular network provider carrier service. If you bought the phone yourself, you ought to know that. But I recon you bought it from someone else. In that case you can easily get rid of this problem by simply unlocking your iPhone using the numerous guides provided online or you can contact a local mobile repair store that can do this for you for a small sum of money. Hope that helped.

  11. I’m having trouble once i clicked exit recovery mode the apple logo became red and it disappeared what should i do ???? please help

  12. my ipod 2g suddenly turned off and wont charge, computer wont recognize it and it does not go into dfu mode

  13. I have an Iphone 6. I used RecBoot, but when I exit recovery mode, the apple sign comes and then it goes back to recovery mode, I’ve tried removing the sim and removing the iCloud account but nothing is working. Please help me, thank you in advance <3

  14. Everytime i try to download for windows , my notepad comes up and has a whole bunch of codes. What am i doing wrong?

  15. i have a iPhone 4s and it wants me to update and restore cause its stuc on the iTunes simble but when I try to update it it dosent work it says error then some numbers
    and tells me its in recovery mode and I try to take it off and nothing happens. I don’t know what to do

    • I just tried it and I can’t get it to work with iOS 8.0.2. It restarts the iPhone, and displays the Apple logo, but then just turns off. When I try to turn it back on it turns off again after about 10 seconds.

      • I had the same issue for two weeks, bought a 6 while I waited for a miracle to fix my 5 stuck on the boot loop like an update to tiny umbrella or reboot but nothing…guess what though?? On Saturday I checked the net as I regularly do and discovered iTunes had an update. I downloaded thinking there’s a tiny chance and to my surprise it gave me a choice to restore OR FIX!!! I did fix and it started doing something with the phone and crashed halfway saying it couldn’t go through. I cleared some space and restarted my computer and tried again. The iPhone 5 came back I life with all my 64 gigs of data…I hope this works for you, give it a try if you havent tried the update yet. First thing I did was backup everything.

        • Thanks for the heads up! I ended up finding a tip on another forum saying to login to my iCloud and manually remove the phone from my account and then try to restore. Voila! It worked. It was stuck in a boot loop and couldn’t restore because Find My iPhone was still enabled. Removing the iPhone from my account disabled Find My iPhone, which then allowed iTunes to verify the restore. Boom! Thanks for getting back to me tho! Hopefully other people will read our “tricks” and have some luck themselves. Peace!

  16. hi, i have iphone 5s which is showing the itunes screen on it, i downloaded recboot and pressed exit recovery mode and the box noted “the device should be in normal mode”, but now the device is showing the “apple sign” after few minutes a blue screen shows for seconds and goes back to “apple” screen again .. over and over ??? any help plz?

    • Heat the left side of the back of your phone using a hairdryer at high heat. 3/8 from the top to be exact. That is where your eMMC (The root of the problem) and the hair dryer will reflow it. Try to power it on after 2 minutes of heating. It should turn on fine. Leave it on and heat it for another 5 minutes and everything will work like its brand new!

  17. Hello Abhijit,
    It didn’t work on in iphone 5 ios 7.1.2
    after pressing the (enter recovery mode) some error msg comes up- The program cant start because QTMLCLIENT.DLL is missing from your computer.

    • hi im getting an error “unhandled exception has occurred in your application” when opening up the Recboot.exe please help

      • Hi. This might help you. Step 1: Scan for any viruses in your PC. Step 2: Disable the your antivirus program until restart and download the file again from the site. Go on to install it this time. This might work since some antivirus programs treat such tools as malware. Thank you.

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