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From there you simply follow the onscreen instructions and connect the i OS device to your computer.
Next, Phone Rescue runs its 2nd stage ‘analysis’ then gives you options to select the chosen categories you wish to recover.
You’ll know if the Power button trick works because the device screen will go black and you will see an Apple logo followed by a progress bar, as the i OS update starts to install as usual.
Once you see the Apple logo and the progress bars, let the device sit and install the software update, this can take 30 minutes or more depending on the speed of the device and internet connection.
Before doing anything else, be sure of the following: the i OS device must have an active wi-fi connection, the i OS device must have enough available storage space to install an update.
Note that seeing the “Verifying Update” message is not always an indicator of anything being stuck, and it is perfectly normal for that message to appear on screen of an updating i OS device for a while.
If an hour or more has passed and the power button trick fails, you can try to force reboot the i Phone or i Pad by holding down Power and Home until you see the Apple logo.
Once the device has booted back up again you can attempt to reinstall the update by going to “Settings” then to “General” and to “Software Update” and choosing “Install” as usual.
You’ll want to be sure you have a backup handy to restore from, otherwise you may reset the device as if it’s new to original settings. Do you know of another trick to fix i OS if it is stuck on the “Verifying update” screen?
Additionally, the verifying update process can take a minute or two as the Apple servers are contacted. This may take a few minutes or even longer, that is perfectly normal. If you are absolutely certain the i OS update is actually stuck on “Verifying update” screen, meaning you have waited at least 15 minutes, the device has a good wi-fi connection and ample storage available, and you know the i OS update is actually stuck on “verifying” then you can proceed with the first simple troubleshooting trick.
The verifying update procedure can take even longer if you attempt to update an i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch when a new release of i OS has just debuted, because many millions of users are all attempting to update their devices at the same time, which can sometimes cause delays in processing. Once the verifying update process completes, the i OS update will begin as usual. The first step is to simply press the “Power” button on the side (or top) of the device a few times.
IF you didn't do any of the above then sorry your pics are gone. IF IF IF IF you do not want to restore your phone for whatever reason you might come up with, THEN this would be a back door in to your backup file Don't forget to remove the file endings (.png)(.mp4)(.jpg) and return the files to their original state when your can also use the Automator app to make a little app or script to change file endings by the bunch load. I had the exact same problem, all of mine were in the recently deleted and I just recovered them all from there.
They're still in a weird order (usually sorted by date, now randomly assorted) but they're there.
The good news is this typically resolves itself in short order. This will force the i Phone or i Pad to lock the screen, then wake the screen up again, then lock again, and wake the screen up again.