When it comes to iOS devices, there are constant problems that occur on all devices from year to year. One of these problems is the problem when the iPhone or iPad restarts for no particular reason, and this happens often. Unfortunately, even the latest iPhones suffer from accidental reboots. Rebooting iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus? Here are some fixes you can try to avoid rebooting your devices.
It is possible the reason your iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus is rebooting due to unnecessary junk. We are talking about unnecessary messages, URLs, browser caches, cookies, bookmarks and the like. Delete all these unnecessary files and see if the iPhone stops restarting (you also free up precious memory).
Delete unused applications
If you have not been using any applications for a long time, then why not uninstall them? Removing applications on your iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus will not only help restore space, but it will also make your device faster. Hundreds of installed applications can cause accidental reboots.
Clear site history and data
It is pretty simple. Just go to the section Settings Click Safari click Clear site history and data then click Clear to confirm.
Remove jailbreak tweaks
After jailbreaking the iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus, you may have installed many jailbreak tweaks. Unfortunately, some tweaks interact poorly with each other and may be the main reason for rebooting your device. Remove tweaks that you no longer need or those that are almost never used. To remove tweaks in Cydia:
- Launch Cydia and click Installed
- Select the tweak you want to remove
- Click Modify in the upper right corner.
- Click Remove
A quick reset to factory settings may be the solution when iPhone 6 / iPhone 6 Plus restarts. Many report that their problem with resetting the iPhone was resolved after resetting the settings. To reset to factory settings, go to menu Settings The main Reset Reset All Settings Click Reset to confirm.
This solution is the most global, use it only if all of the above solutions could not solve the iPhone reboot problem. Restoring your iPhone can be a long process, so it’s best to use it as a last resort. Before restoring, make sure that you back up your device.
We hope that these solutions have helped. If you have other solutions, then feel free to share them in the comments.
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