“My iPhone 6S stuck on reboot loop after iOS jailbreak. It can’t boot to the Home screen. How to fix? Any suggestion is appreciated.”
---A user said from Apple Support Communities.
Viewed from many iOS related forums, it can be easily found that many iOS users have encountered the problem of iPhone/iPad/iPod crash into reboot loop during/after iOS jailbreak. Even when you have tried to hard press the Home & Power button but nothing works. On this condition, you may concern how to fix iPhone/iPad/iPod stuck on reboot loop after/during iOS 10/9/8 jailbreak. This article will share two ways to free fix the iPhone reboot loop issue. Keep reading.
When your iOS devices go wrong that iPhone/iPad/iPod stuck on reboot loop after/during iOS jailbreak, it’s possibly caused by a broken or incompatible jailbreak tweak which you’ve installed recently. Once this happened, the hard reboot won’t work as well because the tweak will run again when iOS device boots up.
To solve jailbroken iPhone stuck on reboot loop, learn the trick based on your iPhone as below. When your iPhone is booting up, simultaneously keep pressing the Volume Up button, and you will be able to see your Lock screen again. Now you can open Cydia, then uninstall the tweak which creates iOS reboot loop problem.
Free ReiBoot is an effective freeware with 1 click to help you get out of iPhone/iPad/iPod reboot loop issue. It forces to reboot your iOS device and make it back to normal without data loss and device restore even when Home button can't be activated. This software fully supports iPhone SE/6s/6 Plus/6/5S/5C/5/4S, iPad 4/3/2, iPad Air 2/Air, iPad mini 3/2 or iPod touch 5/4 and is completely compatible with Windows 10/8.1/8/7/XP/Vista.
Mac users can go to ReiBoot for Mac.
Download, install and run RiBoot on your computer.
Step 1: Connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch to computer via a USB cable and run ReiBoot . Then ReiBoot will detect your device. Click "Enter Recovery Mode" on the interface.
Then your device will be in recovery mode with iTunes and USB cable on the screen.
Step 2: Click "Exit Recovery Mode". Then your device will restart to normal.
After the restore job is done, your iOS device will go well. This method applies to any jailbroken or non-jailbroken iPhone, iPad, or iPod. If you lost iOS files accidently during the restoring, you are still provided the good way to recover lost iPhone data after iOS 10.3/9/9.3 upgrade.
Try the solutions and normally use your iDevice as before!