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iPhone 4 stuck on apple logo then turns off

iPhone 4 stuck on apple logo then turns off

The phone gets stuck on the Apple Logo for 20 secs then turns it self off. I have tried restoring, updated it, etc. When restoring it shows the progress bar but as soon as its done it just goes back to same issue. I have also entered my phone into DFU mode and doing a complete restore with no luck. Your help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

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Try a new battery
Guest [Entry]

i went to the apple store and they said mine was water damaged. to know if it is or not, look in the headphone jack and shine a light down it and see if the bottom is red. do the same to the charger jack. if they are red, water is in your phone, if it is no color, there is no water damage. but since they said mt phone had some damage i decided to still try this. and i worked so even if they tell you you have it, still try everything until you are possitive it wont turn bck on. :)
Guest [Entry]

"Hi, I have encountered the same problem. Finally I successfully solve it with FonePaw iPhone Data Recovery.

Try this first:

In most cases, you can solve these problems by putting the phone into recovery mode and restoring it from backup. To do that, follow these instructions:

1. Connect the iPhone's USB cable to your computer, but not your iPhone.

2. Turn your iPhone off. If the phone won't turn off in the traditional manner, just keep holding the buttons until the screen goes dark.

3. Once you've turned the device off, press the home button on the face of the device and plug in the USB cable to the device's dock connector.

4. When it turns on, keep pressing the home button until the iTunes logo appears on the screen.

5. You'll know the phone is now in recovery mode because a window in iTunes will tell you.

6. You can then start the restore process by clicking the ""Restore"" button in the iTunes window.

Hope it can help you."
Guest [Entry]

"Connect the iPhone's USB cable to your computer, but not your iPhone.

Turn your iPhone off. If the phone won't turn off in the traditional manner, just keep holding the buttons until the screen goes dark.

Once you've turned the device off, press the home button on the face of the device and plug in the USB cable to the device's dock connector.

When it turns on, keep pressing the home button until the iTunes logo appears on the screen.

You'll know the phone is now in recovery mode because a window in iTunes will tell you."