iPhone, iPad or iPod touch crash into endless reboot loop during/after jailbreak and never turns to the Home screen?
After the recent visit from Apple forum, I noticed that many iOS users have encounter such problems. Even they have tried to hard press the Home & Power button but nothing works. This article shows in detail why iOS device stuck in reboot loop since jailbreak and how to fix endless reboot loop problem on jailbroken iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. Keep reading.
When your jailbroken iPhone/iPad/iPod is stuck in the endless reboot loop, it’s most likely caused by a broken or incompatible jailbreak tweak which you’ve installed recently. In such situation, the hard reboot also can’t work since the tweak tries to run again when iOS device boots up.
To solve jailbroken iPhone stuck in reboot loop, when your iPhone is booting up, simultaneously keep pressing the Volume Up button, and you will be able to see your Lock screen again. Now you can open Cydia, then uninstall the tweak which creates iOS reboot loop problem.
Tenorshare ReiBoot for Mac is a free and easy-to-use tool that helps to get out of endless reboot loop problem on iPhone/iPad/iPod after jailbreak. It forces to reboot your iOS device and make it back to normal without data loss and device restore even when Home button can't be activated. This software supports Mac OS X 10.11 EI Capitan, 10.10 Yosemite, 10.9 Mavericks, 10.8, 10.7 and lower. Windows users can click Reiboot for Windows to fix jailbroken iOS deivce reboot problem.
Here is the guide to show you how to fix iPhone reboot issue. When your iPhone/iPad/iPod is stuck in reboot loop, you can also try the steps.
Download, install and run RiBoot on your Mac.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to Mac via a USB cable and run ReiBoot for Mac. Then ReiBoot will detect your device. Click "Enter Recovery Mode" on the interface.
Then your device will be in recovery mode with iTunes and USB cable on the screen.
Step 2: Click "Exit Recovery Mode". Then your device will restart to normal.
This method applies to any jailbroken or non-jailbroken iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Try the solutions and normally use your iDevice as before!comments powered by Disqus