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Having an iPhone coque samsung j3 2016 mermaid that is stuck in this weird iCloud login loop can be extremely frustrating. Fortunately, help is at hand. In this feature we have five different fixes. Read next: How to avoid the 1970 iPhone bug, and what to do if you get it
Fix 1: Turn if off and on again
No tutorial would be complete without the stalwart advice “turn it off and on again”. It is often the fix all solution so it’s the lot de coque samsung j5 2016 best place to start.
How you turn off coque samsung a40 (or restart) your iPhone (or iPad) will depend on which model you own.
If your iPhone uses Face ID then you won’t have a Home coque samsung j5 2016 maroc button. In that case you need to press and hold one of the volume buttons at the same time as the Side button. Eventually the power off slider will appear. Just drag that from left to right and wait for your iPhone to shut down. To turn it back on press the side button again.
If your iPhone has a Home button you can coque samsung j5 2019 shut it down by pressing the Side button until the power off slider appears. Drag it from left to right to shut down. Then restart by pressing the Side button.
On even older iPhones the button you need to press and hold is on the top of the phone.
Once your iPhone has started up again you may need to enter your iCloud password once, but hopefully that will fix the problem.
What if that doesn’t fix it Read on.
Fix 2: Update your software
This is a bug that often comes up after major software updates, but those kinds of issues are coque iphone 4 pas cher fille often quickly addressed by Apple, so the next thing to check is that you are running the latest version of iOS.
Your iPhone will check for updates and if one is available you will see it here. Click on Download and Install. You will need to be connected to WiFi.
Fix 3: Check your apps and update
It’s also possible that it’s coque samsung j6 an app that is causing the problem. Perhaps one of your apps has been trying to update but needs your iCloud log in before it can do so.
In this case open App Store.
Tap on the icon at the top right. This will take you to your Account information where you will find details of your apps.
You will see how many apps need to be updated. It’s wise to update them just in case it’s an out of date app that is causing the repetitive login issue. Click on Update All.
If you don’t want to install updates to all your apps consider deleting some of them. You can swipe from right to left on any app in the list that appears to Delete them.
Fix 4: Turn FaceTime and iMessage off and on again
FaceTime and iMessage coque samsung a50 run via your Apple ID so it could help fix the problem if you sign out of them and then sign back in…