Question about Apple iPhone Smartphone
Hi, this sounds like it's not as much of a charging problem as it is a software problem.
This sort of situation can happen when the software on your phone becomes corrupted. The phone will try to reboot over and over like what you're describing.
The only way to fix this problem is to do a complete restore from Apple. First, connect your phone via USB to the computer you regularly sync it with and then start iTunes. Next, place your phone in front of you. You'll need to put your phone in safe mode (also called DFU mode) to do a successful restore.
To do this: 1.] Hold down the sleep button for exactly five seconds. 2.] While continuing to hold the sleep button, take another finger and hold down the home button (the one below your screen) for ten seconds. 3.] While continuing to hold the home button, let go of the sleep button and continue holding the home button for another ten seconds.
iTunes should automatically detect that your phone has gone into DFU mode and will then request to do a full restore.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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