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    I am trying to upgrade my iPhone to the latest 10.3.1. when the device rebooted, it was stuck on a while screen. I have been waiting for an hour and still on there.

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    • WassrongWassrong Posts: 1
      edited April 25

      I am trying to upgrade my iPhone to the latest 10.3.1. when the device rebooted, it was stuck on a while screen. I have been waiting for an hour and still on there.

      My iPhone 7 was stuck on the Apple Logo when I was trying to jailbreak it. I had to restore my phone to resolve this problem. You will have to do this by putting your phone into DFU (recovery) mode:

      1. Connect your iPhone 5 to your computer via USB cable.

      2. Switch off your iPhone 5

      3. Now hold down the Power and Home buttons simultaneously for exactly 10 seconds

      4. Let go of the Power button only – continue holding Home until your computer detects a USB device

      5. iTunes should now have detected that your iPhone is plugged in. Now Restore your device.

      more:
      https://www.mobiledic.com/ios-topics/fix-white-screen-death-iphone.html

      hope my experience works!
    • mecheal733mecheal733 Posts: 2
      Wassrong said:

      I am trying to upgrade my iPhone to the latest 10.3.1. when the device rebooted, it was stuck on a while screen. I have been waiting for an hour and still on there.

      My iPhone 7 was stuck on the Apple Logo when I was trying to jailbreak it. I had to restore my phone to resolve this problem. You will have to do this by putting your phone into DFU (recovery) mode:

      1. Connect your iPhone 5 to your computer via USB cable.

      2. Switch off your iPhone 5

      3. Now hold down the Power and Home buttons simultaneously for exactly 10 seconds

      4. Let go of the Power button only – continue holding Home until your computer detects a USB device

      5. iTunes should now have detected that your iPhone is plugged in. Now Restore your device.

      more:
      https://www.mobiledic.com/ios-topics/fix-white-screen-death-iphone.html

      hope my experience works!
      Thanks for the details. I will give it a try.
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