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How to Fix an iPhone Stuck in SOS Mode [RESOLVED]

While the Emergency SOS feature on iPhones is invaluable for urgent situations, enabling rapid contact with emergency contacts and location sharing, it can also be a source of frustration. Tenorshare reports that some users find themselves stuck in SOS mode, impeding access to their phones.

“There are some fixes out there, that teach you how to get iPhone out of SOS mode. But most of them might make you lose your data. However, that’s not the case with Tenorshare ReiBoot. First of all, it’s automatic, so you don’t have to do manual tweaking. Secondly, it can fix your iPhone stuck on SOS mode without wiping out your data,” says a Tenorshare spokesperson. So, how to turn off SOS on iPhone with Tenorshare ReiBoot? Let’s find out!

Why Does My iPhone Say SOS Only?

There are many reasons why you are left with an iPhone stuck on Emergency SOS such as:

  1. You may have pressed wrong key combination while pressing Volume up, down, and power buttons.
  2. Rooting or freshening the iPhone can sometimes cause this issue.
  3. A glitch in your iPhone’s system.

Full Guide to Fix iPhone Stuck on Emergency SOS Mode Without Data Loss

Whatever the reason might be behind your iPhone getting stuck in Emergency mode, ReiBoot iOS Repair tool can fix it. It’s a powerful tool designed specifically to repair iOS issues. But there’s more to this tool.

Check out its key features:

  • Fix 150+ iOS issues like black screen of death, stuck on SOS mode, recovery mode, Apple logo, or boot loop, etc without data loss.
  • Fix error codes like 4013, 2008, 4000, 4005, 3014, 2009.
  • It can upgrade and downgrade iOS.
  • Enables you to enter/exit Recovery or DFU mode with one click.
  • Reset iPhone without passcode, iTunes, Apple ID, or iCloud.
  • Compatible with older and latest iOS 17.

Here’s how to get iPhone out of SOS mode with Tenorshare ReiBoot:

  1. Download, install, and open ReiBoot on your computer.
  2. Plug your iPhone into your computer, and hit “Start Repair” on the tool’s interface.
  3. Download the firmware package and click “Standard Repair.” Once it’s finished fixing, your iPhone will reboot automatically without data loss.

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