Solution to Fix Problems with Locked iPhone after updating to iOS 9

By On Saturday, February 13th, 2016 Categories : iphone

Fix Locked iPhone Problem after updating to iOS 9Indie tech My id, In recent days, I have received some iphone users experiencing the phone locked for update and will not continue. Today I called up an iPhone to investigate what happened and how to get around the problem of “Pull to refresh”.

Common to all the iphone problems is that after updating to iOS 9, you come to a point where it says “Pull to refresh”. The problem is that one can not draw or indeed do anything anywhere. You can not turn off the phone and it does not help with a hard reset.

We had to put the phone in DFU mode and refuel down and reinstall iOS 9. This went well and after the update was done, so you should go through all the steps to activate it. Again, everything seemed to float on fine until I came to the choice of restoring from backup.

How to put your iPhone in DFU mode?

iPhone must be on and connected to iTunes.
Press and hold the Power button for 10 seconds, then continue to hold down the power button while holding down the Home button in less than ten seconds. When the iPhone has gone out, release the Power button and continue holding the Home button until your computer to ping and says it has detected an iPhone in recovery mode.

Download the latest version of iOS 9 and install.

When the user provided me with all the information regarding Apple ID, etc. I could choose to restore from iCloud. The restoration went well and her iPhone reboots. It is now the problem was to recreate, then the same error again.

The only way to get ahead was to reinstall iOS 9 using DFU mode. This time, I went through the activation and set up everything, but I chose to set it up as a new iPhone and not from any backup. Now, everything worked again and the phone was running, but without any of the previous content, then I decided to set it up as a new iPhone.

I began to suspect that there was something corrupt with her backup to iCloud, so I chose to return to reinstall iOS 9. This time I chose an older backup from iCloud. iPhone will restart if after being refueled the backup. After the restart it was again a problem and the screen was locked again with the message “Pull to refresh”.

Now I made it easy for me … I did everything again and chose instead to set it up as a new iPhone.

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The more users are experiencing the same iphone locked problem is worrying, so I contacted AppleCare to see if it dialed in more with the same problem.

Yes, they had had some conversations, but had the same “work around” like me. Run DFU mode and set the device as a new iPhone, but also check if there were any old backup on iTunes. At the same time, they could not guarantee that it worked.

It’s no use to leave your phone service, then they do exactly the same thing as I have done. All information is then gone, but if you use iCloud to synchronize contacts, calendar, Photo Stream, and so forth are some details left.

So what are the options really? Let your phone be unusable until Apple solves the problem or set it as a new iPhone? The choice can not I do for you, but whatever you learn Apple engineers toil to come up with a solution.

If you have these problems, so please post a comment with the following information:

Phone Model?
Updated via iTunes or via the phone settings?
Which version of iOS you had before you updated to iOS 9th

It has emerged so far is that most have iPhone 5s or older and possibly updated from an older version of iOS to iOS 9th

There are many who are experiencing problems and have tried various ways to get started, but above all to save information from their iPhone.

Can I tell you how I did to save my pictures (my stuck this morning in the “pull to refresh”). I made sure to have the latest version of iTunes on your computer, then I switched the phone to the computer. Where did the computer all phone content. I take it that the computer came in “behind” the freeze and wherever’re intact. In this way I was able to import all the images from your phone to your computer. Note that I first hit the phone to me, once I was connected to iTunes got beat up password etc. (everything done before they arrive at the place where the phone “Stuck / freeze” in the “pull to refresh). All that remains is to reset the phone to work …