Three R's (Restart, Reset, Restore) are considered as the basic troubleshooting steps that help Mac users resolve all problems they experience on iOS 9, iOS 9.0, iOS 9.1, iOS 9.2, and the new iOS 9.2.1 beta. These troubleshooting steps can make a real difference to the performance of your Apple devices if your device is frozen, if your app is not functioning well, or if there are other issues that can be solved by software troubleshooting. You need complete Online Support for Apple to understand how iOS troubleshooting works. Dial technical support phone number @ +1-800-961-1963 to learn how to troubleshoot iOS problems and errors.
First of all, it is the time to move to the first step called restart. To close the app, close the App first if it is causing any sort of issue by tapping twice on the home button that displays a list of apps. Now tap on the red minus sign and it will officially close the app.
Do a Restart: Hold the power button until the red "Slide to Power Off" slider gets appeared by sliding finger across the screen. Once the device is powered off, you need to hold down the power button until the Apple boot logo appears.
Do a Force restart by holding home and power buttons until the Apple boot logo appears with no data loss. If it doesn’t work it is high time to do a restore.
Doing a Restore is the final step you need to resolve common issues with the iOS. There are two possible ways to do a restore in iTunes or directly from the device (iOS 5 or later).
In iTunes, you need to plug the device into a computer with iTunes loaded on it. Open this app and locate the DEVICES menu by selecting it. Use a button meant to restore and the device will be restored to factory settings easily.
On the Device: It is another way to resolving issues with iOS. Simply, click on the Settings icon and then click on General. Here, you need to scroll to the bottom and click on Reset.
Finally, choose "Erase all Content and Settings" option and try to run your device without installing anything on it and test the various built-in apps. You can also use "Restore from Backup" and "Set Up as New Device" options for doing a restore.
Force the app to close if an application freezes or is not responding by holding the power button until the red slider "Slide to Power Off" appears. Then, do a reset or restore by using Try opening Settings and Tap on the Settings icon.
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