AnyFix iOS System Recovery Review: Fix 330+ iPhone, iPad & iTunes Issues With Ease

How To Fix Your Apple Device’s Errors Using AnyFix

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AnyFix iOS System Recovery Review

If you’ve ever experienced the agony of your getting stuck on the Apple logo after a restart, you’ll be surprised how simple it is to fix that. In your circumstance, you probably had to Google solutions or visit the Apple Store to get the issue resolved, but had you known about AnyFix – iOS System Recovery, you needn’t have done any of that. It’s an iOS fix software that easily solves not just the issue we mentioned above, but more than 130 software problems including bugs that are known to crop up on iOS, iPadOS and tvOS devices from time to time. Not just that, this program is even capable of solving a plethora of iTunes errors; over 200 to be exact. Let’s have a detailed look at it then.

AnyFix iOS System Repair

Anyfix System Recovery

Any iOS software error on your iPhone, iPad or other Apple devices is fixed easily by System Repair. All you need to do is connect the device to your PC or Mac system and run the software. The application will recognize it and render before you a series of likely problems you might be facing. You can go through them and select the exact ones applicable and the rest will be taken care of by AnyFix – iOS System Recovery. You might have a device with a disabled screen or one that won’t charge no matter how many different cables you’ve tried using. Or a phone that simply wouldn’t turn on, or one that’s stuck on headphone mode. System Repair will take care of all those issues, along with problems like a frozen screen, a boot looped device and more.

System Repair allows you to recover your Apple device in three different modes. There’s the Standard Repair mode, the Advanced Repair mode, and the Ultimate Repair mode. Standard Repair is meant for the more common issues and can hence work its magic without harming any of your data. It’ll fix your device while keeping all the data on it intact. Advanced Repair is meant for more serious problems like your device being stuck on the Apple logo or it is unable to update. This mode will find the exact problem among the many and fix it for you. However, you risk losing all your data if you use this mode.

The third System Repair mode is Ultimate Mode and is reserved for really grave issues like completely frozen software, black/white/blue screen or the DFU mode. In such cases, the advanced repairing capabilities of Ultimate Mode are literally able to bring your dead device back to life. With these three modes, AnyFix – iOS System Recovery’s System Repair will take care of more than 130 software-based problems on your Apple devices.

iTunes Repair

iTunes Repair

Another thing that AnyFix – iOS System Recovery specializes in is iTunes Repair. Every user of an Apple device is aware of how difficult it can sometimes be to connect to iTunes and get what you want from it. Mandatory updates, errors, syncing issues dominate when it comes to connecting your iPhone to your PC or Mac. But when AnyFix – iOS System Recovery takes over, it holds the ability to fix any of the over 200 iTunes errors in a jiffy. And that too, without any data loss. All you need to do is run the software on the machine on which you’ve encountered your iTunes error and head into its iTunes Repair section. After running a scan, it will notify you about the errors and fix them for you.

iOS Recovery Mode

Recovery Mode

The Recovery Mode on Apple devices is a useful way of fixing things that cannot be recognized by iTunes or if they’re stuck on the Apple logo. But it’s quite difficult to get the process of entering Recovery Mode right. And with the Home button gone, things have gotten even more complicated in recent times. AnyFix – iOS System Recovery is a program that lets you enter and exit Recovery Mode in an instant. Connect your phone to your PC or Mac and run the application. Once inside, you will need to select the Enter/Exit Recovery Mode option to get going. The program will automatically put your device in Recovery Mode without asking you to use the hardware buttons. Once you’re done, you can click on the Exit Recovery Mode button to get your device back to normal.

Upgrade Or Downgrade iOS

Upgrade Or Downgrade iOS

Apple usually unveils new versions of iOS in June and only developers get to try out the beta versions prior to their actual release around September. However, thanks to this particular feature in AnyFix – iOS System Recovery, even those without a developer account can download iOS beta versions on their devices. It can be done through the Upgrade/Downgrade iOS section, which as its name suggests, also lets you upgrade and downgrade the software on your devices.

The process is simple. Connect your phone to your PC or Mac, run AnyFix – iOS System Recovery and head into the Upgrade/Downgrade iOS section. While upgrading is an obvious choice, many people choose to downgrade to lower versions of the software for reasons like not liking new features or the update making their phone unstable. For them, this AnyFix – iOS System Recovery feature is a godsend.

Reset iOS Device

Reset iOS Device

Your iOS device can be reset using the Settings app, but what about when you’re locked out of it. It could happen that you’ve gotten the device passed onto you but you don’t know its passcode, so you can’t open the Settings app. This is where AnyFix – iOS System Recovery’s Reset Device feature should help you out. It’s a simple one-click reset option that erases everything from the device and lets you set it up anew. Needless to say, all the data on the device will be lost, but you’ll finally be able to use it instead of it perpetually gathering dust.

A one-month plan of AnyFix – iOS System Recovery costs $45.99, but thanks to a special promotion going on right now, a one-year package can be purchased for just $49.99. A lifetime plan can be yours at $69.99.