iPhone keeps restarting is becoming increasingly common issue. This problem mostly comes in the older versions of iPhones like iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S and even iPhone 5, 5S. There are different ways and tricks to fix iPhone keeps restarting problem, but I will talk about the best, tested and working ways.
The first fix is to tinker with mobile data. You could expect nasty and out of the way fixes when it comes to technology. While everyone pretends to be the all-knowing tech guru,the fact is that something far from expectation can fix a thing in tech. Same is the case here. A number of users have reported that they were able to fix iPhone restarting problem by turning off and on the cellular/mobile data. Here’s how to do it.
Launch Settings from your iPhone.
Head over to Cellular/Mobile → Turn On/Off Mobile Data.
Restart your device.
Another common fix of iPhone keeps restating problem is to reset your phone. For that, follow the steps given below.
Launch Settings from your iPhone
Go to General Tab and head over to ‘Reset’
Tap ‘Reset All Settings’
You must delete all the apps from your iPhone which you think could be coming from an untrustworthy source. It can be any app. A bad and faulty app can create problems in the system cache and things could get messed up.
Restoring iPhone from the old backup can fix iPhone restarting issue. But this could be difficult if your iPhone is restating in a continuous loop. Connect your iPhone and open iTunes. Click ‘Restore’ from backup option to restore your phone.
Reboot the device and check. If the issue still persists, proceed with more methods given below.
The other option is to boot the iPhone in recovery mode and then restore.
Press and hold Power and Home button on your iPhone until you see the black screen.
Connect your iPhone with the computer and launch iTunes. iTunes will detect the iPhone.
Now restore the phone
ReiBoot is a great tool for Mac and Windows that is used to fix iPhone restating and boot loop problems.
Connect iPhone with computer and launch ReiBoot.
Click ‘Enter Recovery’ Mode
After the launch of recovery mode, exit the recovery mode from the interface and restart your device.
The last solution is to change the iPhone battery. You can put in any iPhone battery of the same model and check if it fixes the iPhone restarting problem or not.
These are some of the solutions to fix iPhone keeps restarting problem. Tell us in the comments which one worked for you.
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