Hi, again. My message bounced back to me earlier today. What is DFU mode? I'm 
simply not familiar with what that is. All the best, Brian

> On Sep 19, 2016, at 3:49 PM, Mary Otten <motte...@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> iPhone 7: How to force restart, enter Recovery Mode, and enter DFU mode
> 9to5Mac  /  Jeff Benjamin
> 
> 
> Since the Home button on iPhone 7 isn’t a mechanical button anymore, and is 
> instead a capacitive solid-state button controlled by software, it’s no 
> surprise that performing hard resets, entering recovery, and entering into 
> DFU mode no longer works the same way on iPhone 7.
> 
> The good news is that you’ll only need to adopt a new button combination to 
> perform each of these tasks. Have a look at our full video walkthrough, and 
> we’ll show you how.
> 
> How to force restart iPhone 7
> 
> To force restart (hard reset) the iPhone 7, press and hold the Sleep/Wake 
> button + Volume Down button for 10 seconds. Because of the Home button 
> change, it’s been replaced by the Volume Down button during the process.
> 
> The side-effect to this method is that the Volume HUD appears on screen each 
> time you wish to force restart the iPhone 7. Not a big deal, but not as 
> “clean-looking” as in the past.
> 
> How to get into Recovery Mode on iPhone 7
> 
> Step 1: Connect your iPhone 7 to your Mac or PC with a Lightning to USB cable.
> 
> Step 2: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Volume Down button until 
> the screen turns off. Continue holding the Sleep/Wake button + Volume Down 
> button, even after you see the Apple logo appear.
> 
> Step 4: Release the Sleep/Wake + Volume Down button once you see the Connect 
> to iTunes message appear on the iPhone 7’s screen.
> 
> Step 5: Launch iTunes, and you should see a message stating that “There is a 
> problem with the iPhone that requires it to be updated or restored.”
> 
> Video tutorial
> 
> 
> 
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> 
> How to get into DFU mode on iPhone 7
> 
> Getting into DFU mode, as you can probably guess, also requires a change.
> 
> Step 1: Connect your iPhone 7 to your Mac or PC with a Lightning to USB cable.
> 
> Step 2: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Volume Down button 
> simultaneously for 10 seconds.
> 
> Step 3: Release the Sleep/Wake button while continuing to hold the Volume 
> Down button for 10 additional seconds. Unlike Recovery Mode, which presents a 
> Connect to iTunes message on the screen, the iPhone 7’s screen will remain 
> blank while in DFU mode.
> 
> Step 4: Launch iTunes, and you should see a message stating that “iTunes has 
> detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore this iPhone before it 
> can be used with iTunes.”
> 
> 
> 
> The Volume Down button takes on an additional role on iPhone 7
> 
> How to exit Recovery mode or DFU mode on iPhone 7
> 
> As long as there are no issues with your iPhone, getting out of Recovery Mode 
> or DFU Mode is easy.
> 
> Step 1: Press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and the Volume Down button 
> simultaneously until you see the Apple logo appear (or the connect to iTunes 
> message disappear when in Recovery Mode). You iPhone should boot back to the 
> Lock screen.
> 
> Although there is no longer a mechanical Home button on the latest iPhone, 
> it’s still relatively easy to force restart, enter Recovery Mode, and enter 
> DFU mode by strategically wielding the Volume Down button + Sleep/Wake button 
> combination.
> 
> To learn more about the new iPhone 7, be sure to watch our Top iPhone 7 
> features video, embedded below:
> 
> 
> 
> Guides
> 
> iPhone 7
> 
> 
> Apple's iPhone 7 and 7 Plus were announced on 7th September 2016
> 
> View THe Guide
> 
> 
> Original Article: 
> http://9to5mac.com/2016/09/18/iphone-7-how-to-force-restart-recovery-dfu-mode
> 
> 
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