Im stucked on Recovery Mode, and couldn't get out of it, I have tried all ways to get out off it but none worked. Unplug it and there was a new iTunes update a few days ago, Make sure you are running the latest version and then try again in DFU mode and you should be ok.
My PC was meesed up with his Hosts files, so I went in another computer and tried restoring with a different cable.
Thank's again for your time We are for sure glad you got it working and for future reference especially for the JB you mention it helps to tell us the ENTIRE story to best help. If the above two things haven’t helped with the problem then restoring your iDevice using iTunes as new might just do the trick. Since you’ll be downloading apps and updates, make sure you have a quality internet connection. Before you can upgrade to a new device, you need to first get a solid backup from your old device. As it states, encrypting your backups allows account passwords (Pinterest, Instagram etc…), Health, and HomeKit data to be backed up. Apple Watch Tip: If you have an Apple Watch, make sure it’s paired and in range of your iPhone shortly before you do the backup. From a browser on a computer, try logging into iCloud with what you think is the correct name and password. This step is optional, but many people forget to disable it when giving the device to someone else. In rare circumstances, you could get locked out of your Apple account if there is a problem porting your phone number to a new phone. While you are still in the honeymoon with your new toy, play it safe and capture some of the essential information about it.
Before you give your old iPhone or iPad to another family member or sell it, wait at least 30 days.

After that 30 day mark, remember to disable Find My Device if you hadn’t already done that.
According to a report released by Apple, the devices sold more than 74 million units in three months. Such bugs come out after extensive use of the device and end up crashing an app or freezing the touch screen. Once the device is shut down give it a few minutes and press the same buttons again to restart it. Resetting will remove the old settings which means you will have to set up your Touch ID, change the wallpaper, and enter the password, again. Before you even think of trying this out, make sure you have created backups of your device data because restoring your iPhone will install the newest iOS. Transfer back all your old data from the backups and resume using your device without having to worry about frozen touch screens. Prior to beginning the backup process outlined below, I highly recommend you first use iTunes to update to the latest version to eliminate any restore issues on your new device. Without that checked, none of your passwords and other sensitive data will be restored onto your new device. Connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer and follow the prompts to restore from backup. Your email account, your Wi-Fi, your Facebook, and everything else you want to access from your iOS device.
If you’re new to the world of Apple, be sure to check out all our iPhone and iPad Tips and Tricks! By restarting your iPhone you can get rid of such bugs until they rise again after constant use.
This can be a serious hassle if you no longer remember some of those passwords (speaking from experience…).

Even though you backed up your passwords doing an encrypted backup, it’s a good idea to find the names and passwords for any Apple accounts you use.
While setting up your new device, you can avoid any problems by disabling two-factor authentication.
This used to happen to me on occasion when doing a restore and that would be the solution for me other than restoring on a different computer. Of course, keep in mind this change will temporarily put you at greater risk for your account being hacked. You’d be surprised how many people have an Apple ID, though, even if they never remember owning anything by Apple. This also helps when you accidently drop your new device that first month because you couldn’t find the case you want.
But don’t worry because here are three ways you can fix the pesky bug and return to using your device. I keep that info in 1Password, but you can save it to Photos and then email it or print it out. If you are planning on selling online with a company like Gazelle, they’ll give you 30 days to send it in.
A convenient setting in the bottom left-hand corner of that screen is Encrypt local backup. Then you’ll want to click Back Up Now.
In rare circumstances, even if the iCloud and App Store IDs are the same, they could have different passwords. If you can’t buy an App, from Settings > iTunes, tap the Apple ID and then tap View Apple ID.

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