iOS 8.4.1 Top Issues And Their Fixes
The new iOS 8.4.1 upgrade pinpoints iPad touch, iPad and iPhone and it rolls out with concrete solutions to solve your needs and problems.
This new update came a few weeks after the iOS 8.4. The latter rolled out with major bug improvements as well as a brand new Music platform and some enhancements regarding the iBooks. The newest update, the iOS 8.4.1 targets mostly bug fixes.
The major update that is scheduled for the month of September is the iOS 9. Having said all of this, let’s take a look at some iOS 8.4.1 issues and how they can be fixed ASAP.
iOS 8.4.1 Installation Issues
Users have encountered serious installation issues with the iOs 8.4.1 update. So, if this happens to you, all you have to do is hold down the home knob as well as the power one. Keep holding down until the device reboots. Then try and install the update once more.
iOS 8.4.1 iMessage Problems
Again another set of problems which are not uncommon. We advise you to switch on and off the iMessage feature. Go to Settings, Messages and Toggle iMessage off and on again. If you don’t see a change for the better, try restarting the gizmo. And if the latter suggestion still fails, resetting Network Settings is one last attempt. For this go to Settings, look for General and you should see Reset and then Reset Network Settings. Note: have your passcodes standing by because you will need them.
iOS 8.4.1 Apple App Snags
If you’re having trouble with Apple apps, iOS 9 is the solution you’ve been waiting for. Before you do anything, look for an online review of the app you’re using and see if it’s worth fixing it or deleting it. If you do decide to mend the bug and the latter turns out to be a fail, you can always try and install the app all over again. So start by erasing the current app (not before you backup your data) and then set it up once more.
iOS 8.4.1 Bluetooth Complications
If you are facing Bluetooth complications, start by resetting the Network Settings. So Settings is you first stop, then general, next Reset and look for Reset Network Settings. A quick reminder here: This action means your phone will not longer keep track of the Bluetooth gizmos, so you must reconnect after this.
Another way to solve this problem is by letting go of every single Bluetooth connection. So begin with Settings, go to Bluetooth and Select your connection using the circular blue i tab and then Tap Forget this Device. And the most drastic fix is to reset all of your settings. This is done by going to:
- Reset All Settings. Once this is over, you should know that all of your settings will go back to factory default.