There is no doubt that the use we give to mobile terminals today is increasing, since the possibilities they do not offer have been increasing over time. Far have been the phones that only served to call and receive messages, to give way to new smartphones. With these devices the functions are multiplied since they integrate cameras and videos, but without doubt one of the most important things is the internet connection.
This connection has allowed us to access the internet directly from the palm of our hand both to search for information on the web, and to enter our networks and manage our email. Besides the possibility of downloading applications, it makes mobile phones have much more value.
No doubt it seems that all these are advantages, but it is also true that when we give excessive and continued use to the terminal, it is possible that it will get caught and not respond. That is why sometimes we must resort to a forced restart on our equipment in order to solve any failure.
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This type of reset can solve faults like the ones shown below.
- Improve that an application is successfully uninstalled in the terminal.
- Solve updates failures.
- Cause installed applications to function better and more fluidly.
- Repair applications that stop or do not work.
To begin we must immediately press and release the button used to increase the volume located on the left side. (Only one touch will be given, that is, it should not be left pressed)
Immediately we also give a touch to the button below the previous one and that is used to lower the volume.
Finally, we press the button on the right side of the device for a few seconds, the same one that is used to turn on and off, until we see the icon Apple. This indicates that the phone restart started, which can take a few seconds.
In this way we will have forced the phone to restart and it is likely that we have solved different bugs that we were experiencing.