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How to force restart iPhone SE (2020), enter recovery mode, DFU and more

Last week, Apple’s long-awaited follow-up release for the iPhone SE arrived in the hands of the public. If you’re a new iPhone SE owner, it’s a good time to familiarize yourself with forcing your iPhone SE to restart, entering recovery mode, temporarily disabling Touch ID access, and more.

Although you are unlikely to use these features often, you may need to do this occasionally. Watch our hands-on video where we show you how to manage your iPhone SE in different ways.

How to turn off iPhone SE

Step 1: Press and hold the side button until you see it push on electricity from the dialogue.

Step 2: Slide the slider to the right to start the shutdown.

How to turn on iPhone SE

Step 1: Press and hold the side button until the Apple logo appears, and then release the side button.

If you never see an Apple logo, it may indicate that your iPhone SE battery is empty. Connect a lighting cable connected to a power source to charge your iPhone SE.

A solid dark screen may also indicate that you are in DFU mode as described above. However, this is unlikely to be the problem unless you’ve put your iPhone into DFU mode.

Finally, you can also see them Connect to the computer Logo indicating that your iPhone SE is in recovery mode. For more information, see the following section on exiting recovery mode.

Complete video solution

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How to turn off iPhone SE (software only mode)

Step 1: Go to Settings → General and scroll to the bottom of the list.

Step 2: Touch the shut down Button.

Step 3: Use the swipe to turn off Shutdown dialog for your iPhone SE.

How to force restart iPhone SE

If you’re having trouble with your iPhone, you may need to force a restart. Perform the following steps in quick succession to force the iPhone SE to restart:

Step 1: Briefly press the volume up key.

Step 2: Briefly press the volume down button.

Step 3: Press and hold the side button until your device restarts and you see a black screen, and then release it.

Remember that each keystroke should be done in quick succession. During step 3, iPhone SE will force a hard reset after holding down the side button for about 10 seconds.

Trust iPhone SE

When you connect your iPhone SE to your Mac for the first time, you need to establish a trust relationship between your Mac and the iPhone SE.

The Finder on your Mac will ask you to trust iPhone SE. In Finder on Mac, click the blue “Trust” button and tap the “Trust” button on your iPhone to establish the relationship. You will need to enter your iPhone’s passcode to complete the process.

Mac software update

When you first connect your new iPhone SE to your Mac using a Lightning to USB cable, you may be asked to update your Mac software to connect and discover your device.

In this case you will receive a prompt with the following information:

A software update is required to connect to your iOS device

Would you like to download and install this update now?

Click the Install button to start the update.

How to enter recovery mode on iPhone SE

Step 1: Connect your iPhone SE to your Mac using a Lightning-to-USB cable.

Step 2: Briefly press the volume up key.

Step 3: Briefly press the volume down button.

Step 4: Hold down the side button and your device will restart. Continue to hold the side buttoneven if you see the Apple logo.

Step 5: After a few more seconds you will see the Connect to the computer A logo appears on the iPhone SE display, indicating that you can release the side button.

Step 6: When you go into recovery mode with your iPhone, a Finder window will automatically appear on Mac. You will see a message with the following information:

There is an issue with iPhone that needs to be updated or restored.

Updating your iPhone can fix the problem, preserving your settings and content. However, if the update doesn’t work, you may need to click “Restore” to clear all settings and content. If you backed up this iPhone on this Mac or iCloud, you will be asked to restore the backup on iPhone. You will need your iCloud password if Find My has been activated.

From there you can choose whether you want to update or restore the software of your iPhone.

If the Finder window doesn’t appear automatically, open the Finder and select your iPhone in the “Locations” section of the sidebar. You will see a message with the following information:

Software: iPhone recovery mode

Click Refresh to update your iPhone without deleting the content. Click Restore iPhone to restore your iPhone to factory settings.

From there you can choose whether you want to update or restore the software of your iPhone.

How to enter DFU mode on iPhone SE

Step 1: Connect your iPhone SE to your Mac using a Lightning-to-USB cable.

Step 2: Briefly press the volume up key.

Step 3: Briefly press the volume down button.

Step 4: Press and hold the side button for 10 seconds until the screen goes black.

Step 5: Hold down the side button, hold down the volume down button for five seconds, and release the side button while holding down the volume down button for another 10 seconds. The screen should stay black.

Step 6: The Finder starts automatically and a message appears, saying, “Your Mac detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You need to restore this iPhone before it can be used. ”

From there you can restore the software of your iPhone.

How to exit recovery or DFU mode on iPhone SE

If there are no serious problems with your iPhone SE, exiting recovery mode or DFU mode is an easy matter.

To exit recovery mode on iPhone SE:

Step 1: Press and hold the side button until the Connect to the computer Logo disappears.

To exit DFU mode on iPhone SE:

Step 1: Briefly press the volume up key.

Step 2: Briefly press the volume down button.

Step 3: Press and hold the side button until the Apple logo appears on the screen.

Note: You can also use this method to exit recovery mode if you only want to remember one method.

How to temporarily disable Touch ID and need a passcode for iPhone SE

To temporarily disable Touch ID on iPhone SE:

Step 1: Press and hold the side button and the volume up button at the same time.

Step 2: If the push on electricity The Off dialog is displayed and you can feel a vibration release the buttons.

Step 3: Tap the Cancel button.

Your iPhone SE is locked and the Touch ID is temporarily deactivated. You must authenticate yourself with your passcode before Touch ID is automatically reactivated.

How to call Emergency SOS on iPhone SE

Attention: The emergency authorities and your designated emergency contact will be contacted in the following way. You should only use this when there is a real emergency.

Step 1: Press and hold the side button and the volume up button at the same time hold on these buttons until the emergency SOS slider counts down to 0.

9to5Macs Take

Basic functions, e.g. B. forcing your iPhone SE to restart if there are problems with iOS are features that every iPhone user should know. Once you’ve familiarized yourself with these few features, you can quickly fix future problems with your iPhone SE if needed.

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About Nikola Dodson

She is a Chicago blogger and tech enthusiast.

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