If you meet the problem of iPhone X/8 won’t restore issue and don’t know how to fix, this guide will help you out with some potential solutions.
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When you activate your new iPhone X or iPhone 8, update to new iOS via iTunes, or fix iOS crashes by putting your iPhone to recovery mode, you may need to restore your iPhone X/8 from iTunes backup. Some users complain that iPhone X/8 won’t restore from iTunes backup, and to help you out of the bad situation, here are some possible tips you can try.
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There are various kinds of reasons that may cause the iPhone X/8 won’t restore from iTunes backup. If you have meet one of the problems as below, you can get some possible solutions in next part.
Tip 1. Update your iTunes to the latest 12.7 on your computer.
Tip 2. Disconnect all USB cables between your iPhone X/8 and computer, and then re-connect or try a different USB cable if you have one. This is a good way to fix potential USB connection errors.
Tip 3. If this is not the first time you activate your iPhone, try Resetting Network Settings on your iPhone 8/X: Settings app > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. Then try restoring from iTunes backup.
Tip 4. Reboot your iPhone X/8 and your computer.
Tip 6. If iTunes won’t detect your iPhone X/8 when connected, you can check on How to Fix iTunes Won’t Detect iPhone guide.
With Primo iPhone Data Recovery, you can easily recover lost data from iPhone X/8 directly. Also, you are enabled to extract files from iTunes backup you made on iPhone X/8 without restore, which means you can directly scan and view photos, notes, messages, contacts and more in iTunes backup and extract them without connecting your iPhone. Download it to have a try now.
Fiona Wang Member of @PrimoSync team as well as an Apple fan, love to help more users solve various types of Apple related issues by writing iOS-how-to tutorials.