If PanFone fails to recognize your iPhone when you connect your phone,it may be due to one of the following reasons:
Please follow the steps below to fix the iOS detection issue on PanFone.
Occasion 1: The current iOS is earlier than iOS 5.0
PanFone currently only support iOS 5-12 devices. Please check the detailed supported devices below:
|iOS Devices - iOS 5, iOS 6, iOS 7, iOS 8, iOS 9, iOS 10, iOS 11, iOS 12
||iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR
||iPad, iPad 2, The New iPad, iPad mini, iPad with Retina display, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4, iPad Pro
||iPod touch (the 1-7 generation)
Occasion 2: The device’s screen is locked and the device has not yet been authorized.
Keep your device unlocked and connet it to PanFone again, click "Trust This Computer" when you plug it to computer. If you have clicked Trust This Computer, then it wil not pop up again in short time.
Occasion 3: iTunes installed, but still failed to detect.
If you installed iTunes on your computer, and updated to the latest version, but PanFone still failed to detect your iOS device? The reason could be the iTunes file left by the computer failed to be successfully overwritten.
If in this case, please simply uninstall the iTunes and its related services from your computer, then do a totally new installation of iTunes, which would fix the issue perfectly. The iTunes and related services needed to be uninstalled are below:
Notes: For Windows computer users, please do not download iTunes from Microsoft Store. Otherwise the iTunes you downloaded will be lack of Apple Application Support service which is needed by PanFone program. Please download the latest iTunes from apple.com.
If the download page jump to Microsoft store automatically, you can also download iTunes from here.
Occasion 4: PanFone failed to download files.
If it's your first time using PanFone and you haven't installed iTunes on your computer, PanFone would download these needed files for you automatically. If you encountered the "Install failed" error as the screenshot shows below, please do the following steps.
Step One: If PanFone failed to download the needed file to your computer due to some network issues, please close the downloading window and PanFone, then launch PanFone program and try again.
Step Two: Run PanFone program as administrator and try again.
Occasion 5: Prompt you to check whether iTunes related services are turned on or not
Step One: Press Windows + R key and enter "services.msc" to the search box.
Step Two: Double Click to start "Apple Mobile Device Service" and "Bonjour Service"
Step Three: Set Startup type as Automatic and click Start.
Step Four: Restart PanFone, reconnect your iOS device to computer and try again.
Occasion 6: Verify that Apple Mobile Device USB Driver is installed properly.
Step One: Please verify that Apple Mobile Device USB Driver is installed.
Step Two: If you have installed the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver, enabled two services and still get "Device not detected" error, then the reason could be: Apple Mobile Device USB Driver has not been updated.
To fix it, right-click on Computer, and choose Manage, on the left panel, choose Device Manager. Then expand Universal Serial Bus controller; locate the Apple Mobile Device USB Driver. Right click Apple Mobile Device USB Driver and click "Update Driver Software..."
Occasion 7: Find My iPhone is enabled when the device is connected to the computer.
In your iPhone, please tap Settings > iCloud > Find My iPhone, then turn off the Find My iPhone option.
Occasion 8: The device is in DFU or Restore mode.
If the phone is in DFU or Recovery mode, hold down the Home button and Power button until the device boots up again, then release the buttons(you will see an Apple logo).
Occasion 9: PanFone still fails to detect my device
The following reasons may lead to this case:
- There's something wrong with the USB cable or USB port.
- Have not authorize this computer for your device.
- The latest version of the product is not installed
- Third-party security software.
To fix the problem, please follow the tips as below:
- Check your USB connection - in particular, check the socket for dust and residue, disconnect and reconnect the USB cable, try an alternative USB port or cable.
- Please tab the Trust button on your iOS device to authorize this computer when you connect it to your computer.
- Restart your computer.
- Choose Check for update option to download the newest version on your computer.
- If you have any security software installed, this could be causing a problem between iTunes and your computer. Follow this Apple Support document to resolve the problem: Resolve issues between iTunes and Security Software.