As a smartphone, iPhone works excellently, but sometimes a problem occurs. “iPhone keeps restarting” is one of those annoying things. Has it ever bothered you that the iPhone keeps restarting over and over? Do you want to solve the problem? The following article will be a comprehensive solution to help you.
Actually, the restart problems of the iPhone can be divided into two parts:
If your iPhone restarts over and over, it is difficult to fix with the first five solutions. Therefore, go directly to solution 6. If your iPhone restarts intermittently, then solve the problem from the first step.
Before starting everything, make a backup of your iPhone through iTunes or iCloud. This can prevent losing your data when you need to restore your iPhone.
Defective applications can also cause the restart of the iPhone, but not as often. If your iPhone started to restart after installing an application, follow the guide below to determine if it is the App that is causing the problem. Just go as follows: Settings > Privacy > Analysis > Analysis data. Usually, there will be some entries in the list. Quickly scroll through the list and search for the Apps that are listed over and over again and uninstall them.
The Reset All Settings function does not solve all the iPhone’s problems, but it actually works for some specific problems. Also, it will not remove any application or data on your iPhone. It simply changes the configuration to the factory default values. Therefore, it is worth trying and can be done with 4 taps: Settings > General > Reset > Reset settings.
If an iPhone with a connected SIM card does not connect to the wireless operator, it can also cause the iPhone to get stuck in the restart cycle. So you can try to remove the SIM card from your iPhone for a while.
A forced restart of an iPhone always solves some small errors like the iPhone does not respond. If the methods suggested above do not solve the problem, it may be useful to re-establish it in a rigid manner.
To forced restart the iPhone X, iPhone 8, quickly press and release the Volume Up button > press and quickly release the Volume Down button > press and hold the sleep/wake button (also known as Side Button) until you see the logo from Apple.
To forced restart the iPhone 7, press and hold the power button and the volume down button for at least 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears.
To forced restart the previous iPhones, press and hold the Power button and the Start button at the same time until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
Meanwhile, forcing the restart of your iPhone also eliminates the possibility that your SIM card is causing the problem of restarting the iPhone. Then, you can now insert the SIM card into your iPhone if you have previously removed it.
iOS System Recovery is a program that allows you to return your iOS device to normal when it is turned on and off every time, as well as iPhone stuck in recovery mode, etc. The best thing is that it will not erase any file from your iPhone, iPad and iPod. It is so simple that any user no matter how novel can use this tool without problem.
Step 1. Download and install iOS System Recovery on your computer. Launch it and connect your iPhone to computer with USB cable. Choose “Standard Mode” on the main interface.
Step 2. Follow the instructions to put your iPhone into DFU Mode or Recovery Mode.
Step 3. Click on the “Download” button on the next window and the program itself will bring the suitable firmware for your iPhone.
Step 4. Click on the “Start to Fix” option and your iPhone will begin to repair. It will take a while to finish.
If the above solutions do not make any difference, it would be necessary to restore your iPhone to the factory settings. It will completely erase and reload the iOS system, eliminate a lot of software problems and erase all the data on the phone. To do this, you can go like this:
DFU Restore is another Apple technology that can solve more problems. If a regular restore can not solve the problem of restarting the iPhone, you can try Restoring DFU like this:
After that, you can reload all your personal data from your iPhone backup in iTunes or iCloud.
If the problem “iPhone keeps restarting” still exists after all these attempts, you must go to the local Apple store to repair your iPhone.