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How To Fix iPhone X Constant Boot Loop

In this article, we explain why your iPhone X constantly Boot Loop and how to fix the issue for good.

It is frustrating if you can’t use your iPhone X after updating to the latest iOS version due to continuous or infinite boot loops. A boot loop will happen if the smartphone is trying to complete the boot sequence but cannot do so, thus rebooting itself. Such issues can be triggered due to a faulty power button or battery connector.

Why iPhone X Bump Into Boot Loop?

For certain reasons, iPhone X keeps restarting itself suddenly and gets stuck in the reboot loop. These errors usually plague smartphones after installing a new software update. They tend to destroy the overall experience and the new features that a new update provides. iPhone X users have been experiencing a constant boot loop error after iOS 13.3 update. In this guide, we highlight the causes of the iPhone X boot loop.

  1. Hardware Malfunctioning: This could probably be a damaged battery connector or a broken component. Under this circumstance, it’s better to repair or replace the malfunctioning hardware as soon as possible.
  2. Unsuccessful update: An unsuccessful update may be caused by a bad connection to the internet, and the halted update process can easily result in a boot loop. A boot loop can occur even though you’ve already finished the update.
  3. Jailbroken iPhone: Jailbreaking is a double-edged sword. This can acquire extra services jailbreaking while a jailbroken device is likely to be affected by a virus or malware attack. This can end up in a boot loop as well.

How To Fix iPhone X Boot Loop?

Also read: How To Prevent and Fix Boot Loop Issue On Unc0ver iOS 12 – iOS 12.1.2 Jailbreak

Solution 1: Force restart your iPhone X

If your device gets stuck on the boot loop, the first thing we recommend you do is to Force restart your smartphone. Any software glitches that might have been causing the constant boot loops will be removed, and this might fix the problem on your iPhone instantly.

Note: The good thing about this procedure is that you’ll not lose any personal information, so performing backups won’t be necessary. Follow the step below to Force Restart Your iPhone.

  • Press and release the Volume Up button quickly.
  • Press and release the Volume Down button quickly.
  • Lastly, press and hold the Side button until you see the Apple logo for a few seconds.

Solution 2: Factory reset your iPhone X via iTunes

Restoring your device from a previous backup before updating to iOS 13.3 might do the trick. This will eliminate any glitches from the recent iOS update. This solution requires a PC with the latest system version and the latest iTunes installed. If these requirements are met, follow the steps below:

  • Connect your boot loop iPhone X to a computer and launch iTunes.
  • A pop-up window will appear not long after iTunes finish detecting a problem with your iPhone X. Just hit “Restore” to get your device out of the boot loop.
  • If the pop-up doesn’t show up, you can click on “Summary” and then “Restore iPhone” to restore your iPhone X manually.

Solution 3: Perform Recovery mode restore on your device

You’ve tried the previous solution, and your device is still stuck on the boot loop. We suggest you perform a recovery mode restore on your iPhone X. You can still perform this method even if your touchscreen is not accessible due to the constant boot loop.

  • Connect your iPhone X to the computer via USB/Lightning cable, then open iTunes on your computer.
  • Press and release the Volume up button quickly.
  • Press and release the Volume down button quickly.
  • Then press and hold the Side button until you see Recovery Mode on your phone. Do not release the Side button if you’ll see the Apple logo screen, as you will need to enter recovery mode to restore your device.

Once you’re prompt to Restore or Update in iTunes, select Restore. This will allow iTunes to download the software for your device.

Follow the on-screen prompts to complete the process, and do not disconnect your device from the computer until you’re told to do so. Then, see if your iPhone X still has the constant boot loop error.

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