Last night my iPhone 7 suddenly froze (at around 60% battery), went dark with a spinning wheel and stayed that way for about 30 minutes. I finally tried a hard reset by pressing down the volume down and power buttons at the same time. This caused the phone to finally turn off and go black.
Failed on Minimum Firmware Version verification. Failed to verify Minimum Firmware Version.
- An internal error occurred (Data length error).
- Find the temporary files of your problematic DOCX file with .asd extension.
- An IPSW file (which stands for iPhone Software, iPad Software, or iPod Software) consists of both the system software and firmware for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod.
Read on and learn how to fix iPhone won’t restore problem by taking one step at a time. No/invalid Firmware data found for instance in the update file stock firmware ROM. Please check file location and access permissions. Make sure you selected a valid update file and try again.
Unluckily, this is the iPhone black screen of death problem. This issue is reported to occur on all models of iPhone including iPhone 14, 13, 12, 11, and so on. Inside every hard drive is a piece of software that acts as a translator, allowing the hard drive to communicate with your operating system and applications. This software is called firmware, and it’s hard-coded into the hard drive straight from the factory. Despite extensive testing, many hard drive manufacturers have released buggy firmware in the past, including such giants as Seagate. FSCK stands for “File System Consistency Check,” and its purpose is to check and potentially repair the consistency of the file system on your hard drive.