How To Counter Some Of iOS 9.0.2 Problems
Sadly, iOS 9.0.2 is still plaguing a lot of people. However, we came up with a second alternative to avoid these problems. Thanks to EverythingApplePro and many user comments, we have a few solutions to fix some (not all) of iOS 9.0.2 issues.
It seems that a lot of people have been noting that they’re having problems that seem to be different from others with this new version of iOS 9, which would be iOS 9.0.2. Folks have been reporting that they have problems with the keypad, and their phones blacking out. We also found out that folks have been plagued by a problem where they can’t get rid of their emails and they just keep building up.
Some even reported that the message box has a gray line with “00.00” in it and won’t let them text until they reset their phone, which happens daily to them. Furthermore, iOS 9.0.2 seems to kick users out of their apps, whether it is a game or a regular app. Also, you might notice that you can’t copy a contact, contact info or a recent call in your phone application, users will instead find that a string of other numbers and letters will show up when pasted in the keypad. From what we’ve observed, the iPhone 5, 5s and all iPads seem to have it the worst, that’s just from what we have observed.
In addition, we don’t have any solutions for those noted above, since that would be more on Apple’s part, which should be fixed when iOS 9.1 comes out. However, we do have a few solutions that might help you out, as noted below.
If you receive a picture-within-picture while viewing your photos, simply go back it should reset back to normal.
Stuck In Lockscreen:
If you get stuck in the lock screen and can’t get out, turn it off and restart it.
Stuck in Home or Lock Screen And Won’t Respond:
If you can’t use the Notification center, the Home button, or the Control Center either in the Home screen or in the lock screen (Warning: don’t try to activate Siri) just reset your phone.
And those are our tips to help with some of the problems plaguing users precious iOS devices. For more help, you can visit discussion.apple.com or apple.com/support for more help. As of now, we don’t have any solutions for the over-heating of the device or battery drain, but our other guide on iOS 9.0.2 might help you out with your device.
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