How To Soft Reset or Hard Reset on iPhone 6

At this stage of the game we all know that the iPhone are great devices that offer incredible performance thanks to the combination of their technical characteristics and iOS. However, continued use of the iPhone, plus the fact that we will gradually filling up with things, sometimes makes necessary a soft reset or a hard reset to properly function again.

iOS is a very solid and stable operating system, but occasionally may notice that does not work as usual and become ponderous. On the other hand, you can also find that applications that previously were perfectly on your iPhone 6 now does not open or unexpectedly quits.

If your iPhone 6 does not work properly you can do several things to try to solve. One of them is reset through a reset Hard or Soft reset, so you will not lose any information or configuration; the other is to restore the factory.

How To Make Your iPhone 6 working again

The iPhone is a device that is on 24 hours a day, at least in my case. That, coupled with continued use, can cause certain processes are consuming system resources remain in memory and battery as well as some processes are not closed entirely making your iPhone 6 may not work as well as they would like.

Let's see how to fix it ...

Soft reset

Make a Soft reset poses no danger to your iPhone 6, and that all he does is free up RAM device to restore the software routines of the operating system and end all processes that have been improperly closed. To do this, you simply have to press and hold the sleep button until the iPhone 6 a sliding bar appears at the top to turn off the device.

All you have to do is turn the iPhone 6 and back on again.Ready!

Hard reset

Another option you have to try your iPhone 6 run as fast as the principle force restart doing a hard reset, a technique that is often useful when an application is caught. To do this, simply press and hold the Home button and the rest of the smartphone until the screen turns off and the apple logo appears.

The other option to restart the iPhone 6 will not miss any applications or settings you have. In fact, even Apple recommends it when there are problems with the software, so there's nothing to worry about.

If this does not work ... I restore it to factory

Normally, after doing a soft reset or a hard reset, the iPhone back to work quickly and smoothly. But if after restarting the iPhone 6 problems persist, you may have to restore the factory to leave it as just out of the box.

Before restoring the iPhone 6 factory we recommend making a backup so you do not miss your apps, photos, music and other things. Fortunately I have not had to restore my iPhone many times, but when I did I chose to start from scratch without putting a backup, but that's because each decision. In addition, you take advantage for cleaning applications that do not use, which never hurts.

Once done, you have two options: First, from the same iPhone 6 you have several options to reset the settings or delete all content and settings. To do this, go to Settings - General - Reset, and then choose the option that suits you.

On the other hand, if your problem is bigger thing to do is restore the iPhone 6 to try to correct those mistakes. In this case you have to open iTunes on your computer, connect your iPhone and access the "Summary" tab. There you just have to click on the "Restore" option, confirm and wait for the iTunes do its job.

As you saw, do a soft reset or a hard reset the iPhone 6 is something very simple and can be very useful in solving these small performance problems. On the other hand, the restoration process is not much complication, although it is an option that is best left as a last resort.

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