iPhone stuck on recovery mode.

Alright. So I have an iPhone 5s, I bought it June 16. What makes almost 3 months.
I bought then returned, but there has never been any problem.
He obtained weat like 2 months ago, but after a night that I put it in rice, it was perfect again!

A few days ago it started having problems. First, the home button did not work. I restarted my iphone and it worked. a few hours later, I had the same problem. I rebooted, nothing happened, so I just turned it off one night and it worked again. Now, today. It has stopped working. Nothing is done, however, footprint does not work.
Now, I used the EasyTouch or how it's not called. The thing is, after a few hours, it got stuck on recovery mode. He's after a few hours. It happened a few times, and now it won't go down. It wont let me update and I can't lose all my data! I have not saved. Never. I NEVER even thought that something might happen to her. I always keep it if course, I don't know what to do. If I have to go somewhere to fix it, I'll have to save for a few months. Which means that I won't have a phone. I need REALLY help and fast! Please, I beg you!
Thanks, Tamar

If it is in recovery mode (showing the screen USB cable and iTunes logo), then your data has already been lost. Your only option is to restore the iOS through iTunes.

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