Do you have problems with your iPhone or iPad after upgrading to iOS 9? So take a look at these 8 known issues and related solutions.
It is not always seamlessly to make a major upgrade of the operating system on a smartphone-whether it be an Android or iOS smartphone.
Over the past few years has created more and more complications in connection with major upgrades to iOS, and it is certainly no exception again this year with the change from iOS 8 to 9 despite the fastest upgrade in Apple’s history.
The website iMobie has assembled a large and detailed review of the typical problems that may occur with your iPhone or iPad after upgrading to iOS 9. The mobile site conveys here the problems that most often appear in the following 8 sections-so you have a good chance of finding exactly the problem that you are struggling with right now.
1. “Software Update failed”
If you tried to upgrade your iPhone to iOS 9 in the same moment and the subsequent hours after it was released on November 16. September, you were definitely not alone in seeing this error message.
The reason is quite simple, that there was a huge pressure on Apple’s severe, after iOS 9 was released.The solution is therefore simply to wait until there are not nearly as many people trying to download at the same time – which should no longer be. This error message should therefore no longer come, if you try to upgrade again now.
2. Not enough space to download iOS 9
If you encounter the problem that you do not have enough free storage space to be able to download iOS 9 upgrade, there are fortunately help to download.
IOS 8.4 can delete a row of your apps that take up storage space, for this reason to download iOS 9, implement the upgrade and automatically install the deleted apps again. The problem is therefore not larger than that you need to allow deletion of apps in popupbeskeden to complete the upgrade.
3. Stuck in the Apple boot logo
If you’re stuck in the Apple logo at boot time of your iPhone after upgrading to iOS 9, you will have to go into recovery mode, also known as recovery mode, with the following procedure:
1. Hold the Home and power button simultaneously for at least 10 seconds to force a restart. If you’re still stuck at the Apple logo, you must further into recovery-mode in the next step.
2. connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer with the USB cable and update iTunes on your computer to the latest version.
3. Hold the Home and power button simultaneously for at least 10 seconds. Drop now only the on/off button. Now comes a “Connect to iTunes” screen, and you can now release the Home button. You can restore your iPhone with iTunes.
4. Freezes at “approves the update”-popup
If you are stuck at the screen “approves the update” after downloading the iOS upgrade in the Settings, you will need to force a restart by holding the Home and power button simultaneously for 10 seconds.Check out then in Settings» General» about to see if your device is upgraded to iOS 9 or not. If not you should try to download the upgrade again – Alternatively through iTunes.
5. Stuck in recovery/restore function/iTunes logo
For many different reasons can your iPhone or iPad coming in the so-called recovery, or in Apple-language recovery feature, which also displays a Lightning-cable on the screen. In order to get out of recovery mode follow the steps below:
1. press and Hold both the Home and power button down for at least 10 seconds until it turns off.
2. press the on/off button to turn it on again. Now it should boot normally. Proceed to step 4 and 5, if the problem continues.
3. Start iTunes (updated to the latest version) and connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer. iTunes should recognize your device in recovery mode/recovery mode. Then, click OK.
4. Click on the device icon on the left side of iTunes, select “Resume” and click on “restore” button “.
6. iPhone or iPad have been slow after upgrade
A classic problem, such upgrades is that the steering system is now well and truly dull – especially on older models, where the hardware is not nearly as strong. A few simple steps, however, can remedy the problem:
1. Go to Settings» General» Accessibility» Reduce movements to turn off graphics-intensive animations and transitions. If that’s not enough, you should proceed to step 2.
2. make a so-called hard reboot by holding the power button down until you see the Apple logo. If you still find that it is slow after a restart, then move on to step 3.
3. Finally you can try with the program PhoneClean, which can clean up all files as cache from apps, cookies, and temporary files.
7. Lost files after upgrading to iOS 9
If you’ve been unlucky enough to lose some important files from your iPhone or iPad in connection with the upgrade and you have no backup in iTunes or in iCloud of content, there is still help to download.
With the program PhoneRescue for both Windows and Mac OS X you can restore content both from a backup, but even if you don’t have one.
1. Scan for your iPhone or iPad with PhoneRescue and see if it can find data that can be restored without a sikkerhedskopig. If you have a backup in iTunes or iCloud, which you want to recover data from, you simply choose one of the other two buttons on the home screen instead.
2. Select the types of data that can be restored.
3. See a selection of the data that is found and press Recover.
8. iPhone or iPad is stuck at “Push to upgrade”
A problem that many report after upgrading to iOS 9, is that iPhone or iPad is stuck at “Push to upgrade” screen that appears after installation and “Hello” screen.
1. Force a restart by holding down both the Home and power button down for at least 10 seconds, until the Apple logo comes up – drop as buttons.
2. connect your iPhone or iPad to your computer and iTunes updated to latest version.
3. Hold the power button and Home button simultaneously until the iTunes logo appears.
4. Click “restore iPhone” (or iPad) and select “set up as new iPhone” to start in factory reset mode.
5. Downgrade from iOS to iOS 8.4.1 9 by following this guide.
6. upgrade in the normal way again to iOS 9.
You are experiencing a different problem?
There are many more problems that can occur with your iPhone or iPad in connection with such an upgrade. Mobile page refer, therefore, to the remaining guides at iMobie, which continuously gathers more problems into as they occur. You have a great chance to find help for your particular problem, navigate to each section at the top of the website.