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Download RecBoot 2.2: Now Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x & Above

The new version of RecBoot is here. The only difference between RecBoot 2.2 vs RecBoot 2.1 is that RecBoot 2.2 comes with a new icon designed by Surenix Bach. Like RecBoot 2.1, this release is also compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x and above. According to the developer, compatibility of RecBoot with Mac OS X 10.4.x is not possible due to dependency issues.

RecBoot 2.2 New Icon
Some words by the developer about this release:

So, I got bored of it again, but it still lives on, with a new icon.

Oh, by the way, it kinda tells you whether or not your device is actually in Recovery mode. Hopefully that solves your questions as well, no more annoying comments.
Also support for 10.5.x, I can’t even remember if that was added in 2.1, but it is there in 2.2.

Features of RecBoot 2.2:

  1. Works on all models of iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad.
  2. Compatible with Mac OS X 10.5.x and above.
  3. Detects the name, model, serial and firmware version of the connected iDevice.
  4. Detects the mode of the connected iDevice automatically.
  5. If the connected device is already in recovery mode, it will not send any USB commands in case the user hits the 'Enter Recovery' button.
  6. Incorporated with the new auto-updating system which lets you to check and download the latest version of RecBoot.

Download RecBoot 2.2
For those who don't know, RecBoot helps you to fix iTunes 1015 restore error and allows you to kick your iDevice out of recovery mode loop just with a single-click. Usage of RecBoot 2.2 is extremely simple. Just connect your iDevice with your Mac through USB cable and hit the 'Enter Recovery' button to put your iPhone into recovery mode and 'Exit Recovery' button to kick it our of recovery mode loop. RecBoot 2.2 is only available for Mac OS X users. If you are on Windows, you can try RecBoot 1.3.

Download RecBoot 2.2 for Mac OS X | Mirror [via Sebby]

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    Nicholas7 years, 1 month ago

    recboot recognizes my device when i plug it in but when i hit exit recovery it says no device connected and it just spins it’s wheel, nothing happens. any help?

      kaz7 years ago

      same problem w/my ipad 2 tried to update to 8.0a little help…

    Robin Kim7 years, 7 months ago

    Thank YOUMy iPod was jailbreaked and when the update came out for the iPod, I had updaten it and forgot my damn password. But Recboot saved my day! It also saved me from spending $200 or opening my iPod.

    howitzer7 years, 9 months ago

    Thanks so much, worked perfect, saved me from replacing my lock button

    ivan8 years, 4 months ago

    worked beautifully. thank you

    kookkai8 years, 8 months ago


    sahil8 years, 10 months ago

    tried downloading recboot but it wouldnt allow. i have a iphone 3g which is on recovery mood. can anyone help me in romiving it from recovery mood. thanks

      daniel8 years, 7 months ago

      Men I’m on the same fucking problem I downgrade it to 3.1.3 with RB but then I want to go back to 4.2.1 and it won’t let me it brings this error 1645 that i tryed to solve with IREB but it ain’t work at all I’m so fucking stuck please if anyone knows how to fix this please reply!!

    robhego8 years, 10 months ago

    Funcionó!!! :D

    Brian K Laband9 years ago

    I have just tried this a number of times on an iPhone 3gs ‘bricked’ after an upgrade to iOS 6. It did NOT work. Back to the apple logo in frustration.

    Drake9 years ago

    Thank you so much!

    Pipe9 years ago is a mirror for recboot :)

    jc9 years, 1 month ago

    beautiful program…got me out of recovery loops hundreds of timesthanks heaps

    josephinamorel9 years, 10 months ago

    this stuff dont work at all

    josephinamorel9 years, 10 months ago

    it did work

    m10 years, 1 month ago

    My 3gs got struct in the recovery loop while restoring to custom ios 5 ipsw created using snowbreeze. Please let me know if recboot 2.2 can be used to exit the loop

      Pramod10 years, 1 month ago

      Nope. Use iBooty instead to boot your device back up. It gets extracted to your desktop right after you have cooked your IPSW.

    Haze10 years, 6 months ago

    I had the same problem getting out of recovery mode on 4.2.1. I ran the Mac version above and it is now stuck in DFU mode. What should I do?

      Pramod10 years, 6 months ago

      You mean your stuck with the screen of iTunes logo & a cable picture. Right? Well since your on 4.2.1, you can follow this guide to successfully Kick Your Device out of the recovery loop. Good Luck. :)

    Nishanth10 years, 7 months ago

    pretty simple process bt its still stuck in the recovery mode.

    b4: i was running a 4.2.1, jailbroken and unlocked.
    today: i updated it to 4.3.3 and it got stuck.

    any ideas? plzz help

      Wolverine10 years, 7 months ago

      RecBoot 2.2 will not work on iOS 4.2.1 or iOS 4.3.x. To fix iOS 4.2.1 or 4.3.x recovery loop issues, use TU (Fix Recovery) Windows | Mac

        WhiteAppleMode_iPhone-3Gs7 years, 7 months ago

        What about “White Apple Mode”?  That’s not the same as “Recovery Mode,” is it?  Also, is this for jailbroken phones only?  My 3Gs is not JB, never has been, but is stuck on “White Apple Screen” ever since I hit “Reset All Settings” in the Settings.  ReiBoot would never recognize the device; RecBoot would never recognize the device either.  Any hints or clues of what to do would be greatly appreciated!