iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus Disabled (Solution)
Have you experienced that as you pick up your iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus after a few hours of not using it, then suddenly a message appears at your screen saying “iPhone is Disabled.”? It’ll literally crush your soul especially when you saved a lot of your lunch money on a daily basis just to buy that new iPhone of yours. Fear not, that’s where RecomHub is the best at, in fixing your Apple Devices’ woe. In this article, we will explain why it occurs and how you can fix the disabled iPhone 8 problem. For those who are asking how can they recover their iPhone’s status if they haven’t backed it up on itunes, don’t worry guys. There’s a chance that it’s still there and your precious files can still be recovered. So without further ado, here’s how to fix the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus disability.
How to fix disabled iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus without a backup
If your Apple iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus has never been backed up in iTunes, don’t expect that you’ll have it backed up when it’s locked. When this happens, the only way a locked and disabled iPhone 8 can be restored to work like new is by using this iTunes method. In that sense, you will lose your data, including apps, app data, contacts, photos, music and most of everything that resides on your iPhone 8.
Using iCloud to Fix iPhone 8 is Disabled Connect to iTunes
If you’ve been diligent about backing up your iPhone, you’ll be able to restore all of your data, no problem. You can check in iCloud to see if you have any backups saved, even from another device! Log in to your Apple ID via Settings > iCloud and then sync the device to see if contacts, mail, photos and other app data are available as a backup.
How to fix disabled iPhone 8 connect to iTunes
- Plug in your iPhone 8 or 8 Plus to your computer
- Open iTunes
- Choose your iPhone (it’ll be in the sidepanel or in the top right of the screen)
- Go to the Summary section
- Click Restore
- If iTunes proceeds with a problem-free restore, your device will be wiped clean and restored as a new device. You can then carry on restoring it from an iCloud ID
- If iTunes throws up errors, it’s time to go to Recovery Mode. Press and hold Power and Home button until iPhone goes into the blank state. (Black screen). Now connect the iPhone to iTunes and restore (iTunes will detect that a device is in recovery mode)