Periodically with no discernible reason - by me at least - my 4GB iPhone crashes. This happens several times a day under sometimes heavy use. I just downloaded ver. 2.2; do you think that 2.2 will fix this problem?
The 2.2 update solved that same problem for me. I have the 16gb ver 1, and Safari crashed anytime it had to think about more than 2 things at once, so storage space isn't an issue. Since I updated to 2.2, I haven't had the problem again. This is mentioned in the 'fixes' section of the 2.2 update release notes.
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the next update will fix this issue. The reason for these events is because springboard is crashing. Springboard, or Home Screen, is the standard application that manages the iOS home screen. Other tasks include starting WindowServer, launching and bootstrapping applications and setting some of the device's settings on start-up.
If your Itunes crashes on updating iphone or pod etc. uninstal the itunes software and the itunes drivers in programs uninstall, then restart pc/laptop. then install again from the itunes web page. don't worry you will not lose you backups or synchronized files. when installed don't put the ipod etc in yet go onto the itunes site on the software. when it comes up then put your ipod etc in the usb socket and it should work fine now.
Hello, firend. iPhone Data Recovery for iPhone 4S is leww likely to crash and DFU mode is not needed. And the bug-fixed version is better than the previous. If it crashes really badly, you can apply for an exchange from Tenorshare. Contacts Tenorshare on: http://www.tenorshare.com
Clearly it was something on your back up that made it crash the first time. Next time you restore it from the apple store don't reinstal your back up. Best bet is to start over. I've had that happen to me a few times, and it was an app that I installed that crashed.
When the iPhone
crashes or locks up in a way that prevents the iPhone from
responding to the normal iPhone
restart procedure, you need to reset the iPhone. Resetting the
iPhone is simple.
Reset the iPhone by holding the sleep/wake button at the top right of
the device and the home
button at the bottom center of the face at the same time. Hold them
both until you see the screen go black and the white Apple logo appear.
When this happens, you can let go - the iPhone is rebooting.
how did it happen? with what program? if it happens too much with the same application, you should either remove it or wait untill the developers release an upgrade. maybe a simple reboot should solve your problems. if your iphone is jailbroken, maybe you should try to use the winterboard application. with this you can customize your springboard and it should be more stable this way, as each time you change a setting on it, the springboard restarts, but not the iphone, just the springboard.