Blue screen of death is one of the most common issues seen in iphone 6 plus, iphone 6 and iphone 5s
According to the T-Mobile users, its iPhone would inexplicably flash a blue screen and then restart itself. To make it worse, the reboot could repeatedly for as long as 45 minutes. Specifically, the issue seems to affect the iphone 6 plus, iphone 6 and iphone 5s running on iOS 8.
- Phone randomly restarts
- While using the phone, system will crash and the result is the Blue Screen of death. Only way to get out of this crash is to do a manual restart
- While using phone, screen will start flickering, lines will appear on screen and I will either get a Blue Screen or a White Screen.
One user commented ” “As per technician is that they suspect memory problems, and they’re getting a lot of calls about it,”
But what we personally felt – The most suitable solution was to disable wi-fi calling feature immediately to stop iPhone from crashing.
In order to disable Wi-Fi calling on your T-Mobile iPhone, follow these steps:
- Go to Settings > Phone.
- In the Calls section, tap on Wi-Fi Calls.
- Switch the Allow Wi-Fi Calls toggle to off.
If it does not help than –
- Hard restart – hold the power and home buttons down for 10 seconds until the device restarts.
- Clear out your old text messages.
- Do a full factory restore in iTunes, then restore from backup.
This may happen in case if any application crashed, IOS crashed or if you have installed Cydia and upgraded version. Most of the time, it happens because of clash between Cydia and IOS upgrade / Apple 64 bit processor may clash with applications running on 32 bit. Best Solution is go to applications and try to uninstall the application which caused the Blue Scree.
Last option is to restore phone to earlier backup if problem still persist after uninstalling application.
If you are also facing same issue and found some other solution, please do share your experience.