One Click to Fix iPhone Blue Screen of Death during/after Jailbreak on MacBook

by Jenefey Aaron   Updated on 2020-03-05 / Update for  iPhone Data

"My iPhone X/8/Plus/7/6/5/5s cannot work due to iphone 5s random blue screen after iOS 11.3.1/11.3/11/10/9/8 jailbreak.Is this a problem that others have experienced? Any suggestions?"

A growing number of iPhone uses are complaining about seeing frequent restarts and blue screen of death on their devices during/after jailbreak. Complaints reveal an outbreak of cases where the Apple device's screen flashes blue right before rebooting without warning. Blue screen of death affects a wide spectrum of iOS devices ranging from iPhone SE/6s/6+/6/5s/5c/5 to iPad/iPod. Also it includes several versions of iOS 11.3.1/11.3/11/10/9/9.3/9/iOS 8.3 and lower version. Here Tenorshare ReiBoot for Mac can help you to fix iPhone blue screen of death during/after jailbreak on Mac without any data loss.

Major Issues You May Meet during/after Jailbreak:

  • iPhone restarts randomly after reaching Blue Screen of Death
  • iPhone keeps stuck on the Apple logo
  • Endless spinning gear during boot
  • Black Screen of Death: iPhone is recognized by computer but it is inoperable

How to Fix iPhone Blue Screen of Death during/after Jailbreak?

Tenorshare ReiBoot is a free utility that allows you to easily put your iPhone into and out of Recovery Mode with only one click so that you can easily fix blue screen of death during or after jailbreak without iTunes restore as well as without erasing any data. Before you start, you have to download and install the program.

Step1. Connect your iPhone to Mac via USB cable and run the program. Then click "Enter Recovery Mode" after your iPhone is detected automatically.

enter recovery mode

Step2. Now your iPhone gets into Recovery Mode. You can restore your iPhone with iTunes or something else you want to. Then click "Exit Recovery Mode" to finish operation.

exit recovery mode

Additional Ways to Fix iPhone Blue Screen of Death during/after Jailbreak:

Way1. Disable Wi-Fi calling on your T-Mobile iPhone: (Only for T-Mobile iPhone Users)

  • 1.Go to settings > Phone
  • 2.Tap on Wi-Fi Calls in the Calls section
  • 3.Switch the Allow Wi-Fi Calls toggle to off

Way2. Try a Hard Reset

Hold "Home" and "Power" buttons for about 10 seconds until you iPhone restarts itself. In many cases, doing hard reset to restart iPhone in blue screen of death can work after all.

Hopefully this article can work for everyone who gets into trouble. If you have any problem about this, please leave your comments in the comment section.

  Updated on 2020-03-05 / Update for  iPhone Data

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