Solving A Disabled iPhone 8 And iPhone 8 Plus
It’s a good idea for owners of the iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus to understand how they can fix disabled iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. It’s possible that you have seen this come up on your device before, I’ll explain below how you can fix this issue. There is also the possibility of getting your device fixed even if you have not backed up your files with iTunes before.
Fixing a disabled iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus without a backup
It’s important to point out that if you have never backed up your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus with iTunes, you will not be allowed to carry out this process as soon as your device is locked. In situations like this, the only way you can fix this issue is using the iTunes method. This means that you will likely lose all important files and data including your contacts, photos, music and almost everything on your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus.
Using iCloud service to Fix iPhone 8 that is Disabled
Users of the new iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus that has backed up their iPhone through iCloud stands a chance of restoring their important files and data through this method. This gives you a level of assurance that you can move on to restore your device knowing that you are sure of getting all your important files back on your phone. If the issue is as a result of incorrect typing password, you can make use of another iPhone to check if your data has been synced with your iCloud service account.
All you need to do is to log in your Apple ID using the Settings and then iCloud and then sync the iPhone to ascertain if your files are available as a backup.
Fixing disabled iPhone 8 by connecting to iTunes:
- You will need to connect your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus to a computer
- Start iTunes
- Click on the iPhone (it will be located on the side or the top right of your screen)
- Select Restore from the Summary tab
- If the process completes without encountering any issue, your iPhone will be wiped clean and restored as new. You can now restore your files through iCloud.
- But if the iTunes reports an error, then you will need to go to Recovery Mode. Press and hold the Power and home button until you see a black screen. Then connect your iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus to iTunes and click on Restore. (iTunes will detect that your iPhone 8 is in recovery mode).
After you follow the steps above you should know how to fix a disabled iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus.