Has your iPhone become slow? Are you having problems with it?
You might need to restore it. You don't know how?
Then this tutorial will help you to restore your iPhone/ iPod /iPad.
There are two ways to do it.
Before doing this, don't forget to make a Backup. You wouldn't like to lose any files.
To Backup your device make a right click on your device (Step 1 in the picture below). A menu will appear. Select "Back Up".
After few moments your backup should be ready.
1. First way to do this.
(With a computer) (part 1)This will work on a PC with Windows installed or a Mac.
- Connect your device to your computer with the data cable.
- Open iTunes.
You can download iTunes from here - link.
- Click on your device. (Step 1 in the picture below)
- Click on "restore". (Step 2 in the picture below)
It will take a few minutes. After that, your device will be ready.
2. Second way to do this.
(Without a computer) (part 2)
- Unlock your device.
- Tap on the settings icon.
- There you must tap on "General".
- Scroll down to the bottom of the page - there you will see a menu called "reset". Open it.
- You will be given a few options to choose from.
Reset all settings - This will reset your preferences and settings. It will not erase your applications, music, videos etc.
Erase All Content and Settings - Your settings will be reset and all of your data will be erased.
Reset network settings - If you are having problems with your cellular/Wi-Fi network this would be the best option. It will reset your network settings.
Reset keyboard dictionary - This will reset all the words that have been added to your dictionary over the time.
Reset location warnings - This will reset your Location warnings. Next time you'll open an application, it will ask if it can use your current location.
Make sure that you have at least 80% of battery while you are attempting a restore. If your battery dies while restoring, don't worry. You can continue the restore process by connecting your device to a computer, with iTunes. (See 1. part of the tutorial)