Category: Troubleshooting

How to Fix iPad Stuck on Apple Logo Screen | Win2Key

In rare cases, the iPad may get stuck on the Apple logo screen when the device boots up or reboots. Jams on the Apple logo usually occur during a software update failure, regardless of whether it was interrupted or incomplete, but sometimes it can happen during recovery, as well as during other operations. If the

How to Enter DFU Mode on iPad Pro (2018 and Later) | Win2Key

Sometimes iPad Pro should be set to DFU mode for troubleshooting before restoring iPad Pro. DFU means “Upgrading Device Firmware”, and DFU mode is a device recovery state that is lower than normal recovery mode for iPad Pro. Turning iPad Pro into DFU mode is intended for advanced users and for special troubleshooting scenarios when

How to Downgrade from MacOS Catalina Beta | Win2Key

Have you decided that you no longer want to run the beta version of MacOS Catalina 10.15? You can return from MacOS Catalina by downgrading. The easiest way to switch from a beta version of MacOS Catalina to a previous stable build of MacOS, such as MacOS Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, etc., is

How to Resume a Download in Safari on Mac | Win2Key

Safari on Mac can resume stopped downloads and restart failed downloads quite easily. For example, if you downloaded Xcode from Apple, but your Internet connection was interrupted and the download was stopped, you can resume the download from where it was interrupted, rather than restarting the entire download again. This is a great way to

How to Enter Recovery Mode on iPhone XR, iPhone XS & XS Max, iPhone X | Win2Key

Sometimes the iPhone must be put into recovery mode in order to effectively troubleshoot the device. This is usually necessary only if the iPhone XS, XR, XS Max or X is stuck on the Apple extended logo for a long time and does not load, is stuck on the iTunes logo using a USB cable,

How to Enter Recovery Mode for iPhone 8 & iPhone 8 Plus | Win2Key

If necessary, you can put any iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 into recovery mode for troubleshooting. Usually this is used only for troubleshooting purposes, especially if the iPhone is stuck on the Apple logo screen for a long time, or the iTunes logo appears on the screen with the iTunes connection screen, or if