- Tram Ho
Anyone using an Apple device like an iPhone, iPad, etc. can use iCloud. This cloud storage service makes it easy to synchronize photos, calendars, documents and more across all your Apple products. But if iCloud doesn’t work, you could lose access to all that data!
This article will cover some common and common issues with iCloud on iPhones and iPads. Thereby, providing you with a way to fix them. As follows.
1. Unable to connect to iCloud
Connection problems are the most common problem with iCloud. They usually appear when you are trying to sign in or synchronize data, but can even happen when you use irrelevant apps on your iPhone or iPad.
The first step to take when your device can’t connect to iCloud is to check if your Apple system is online, by visiting Apple’s System Status website and making sure it is online. Every iCloud-related service has a green circle next to it.
Services with a yellow or red symbol mean that Apple is having a problem with the service. When that happens, you can’t do anything but wait for Apple to fix it.
Sometimes you can solve these connection problems by logging out of your iCloud account, then signing in again. This effectively resolves issues related to account verification.
Access to Install . Click your name at the top to open Apple ID settings. Then scroll to the bottom of the page and press Log out . If prompted, enter your Apple ID password and press Turn off to turn off activation Find my iPhone . Finally, choose Log out . Press Log out Again when prompted.
To log in again, you must press Sign into your iPhone . From here, you should enter your Apple ID and password. If you have a Mac or other Apple device that connects to your Apple ID, you’ll get a verification code on it. You need to enter this on your iPhone, then enter your iPhone passcode.
2. iCloud cannot sync data on devices
When iCloud works, everything will sync automatically without any action from you. That means you can take photos or edit documents on one device, and those changes also sync instantly with your other devices.
Unfortunately, iCloud does not always work smoothly. Then try the following tips to fix:
– Press and hold the Power button, then slide to power off your device. Wait a minute or so before you press the button again to reboot.
– Open a video on YouTube or upload videos to the web to check your Wi-Fi connection. If it is slow, restart your router to see if it can be fixed.
– Access Settings> [Your name] on each device and make sure you’re using the same Apple ID account. If not, Log out and then log back in with the same Apple iD account.
– Access Settings> [Your name]> iCloud and turn on each service you want to synchronize.
3. Third party applications do not save data to iCloud
Some third-party apps support the ability to save data to iCloud, allowing them to sync across all your Apple devices. Usually, this data is saved automatically. But if your apps are not synced the way you expect, you may need to manually adjust them in settings.
Specifically check iCloud sync settings on each of your Apple devices by doing the following:
– Access to Settings> [Your name]> iCloud .
– Scroll through the list of options and turn on the apps you want to sync via iCloud.
If your application is missing from the list, it is possible that the developer may not add this functionality to the application.
4. The status of updating iCloud settings on a device does not have an end time
This continuous download screen usually appears after you sign in to iCloud on your device, most commonly during the initial setup process. Now, wait at least five minutes before trying to fix it; iCloud sometimes works, but quite slowly.
If you’re still stuck on the iCloud settings screen after a while, try the following tips to fix:
Press and hold the Power button, then slide to power off your device. Wait a minute or so before you press the button again to reboot. If it does not respond, perform a hot shutdown of the iPhone and force it to reboot. After rebooting your device, open it Setting and log back into iCloud.
5. iCloud account authentication error keeps appearing when you log in
Most of the time you can’t log into iCloud is because you entered the wrong username or password. But sometimes, authentication errors appear even if you use the correct login information. If you receive this message or the same authentication message fails, try the following steps to fix:
6. iCloud indicates that your Apple ID account is not supported
This situation occurs when you may have created an Apple ID account in “non-standard” situations, which could cause problems with iCloud. Normally, if the Apple ID works with other Apple services like the App Store or iTunes, then it should have no problem with iCloud.
If your Apple ID does not work with any of Apple’s services, contact Apple Support directly . They can provide you with personal support to solve this iCloud problem.
7. iCloud runs out of space
Not surprisingly, iPhone backups take up most of your iCloud account storage. Therefore, if there is not enough free iCloud storage, the backups will have problems and cannot perform automatic backups.
Depending on the amount of data on your iPhone, backups can take anywhere from 1GB to 4GB of iCloud storage space. And since Apple only offers a free iCloud account of 5GB, it’s possible that running out of space will be quite fast. Fortunately, you can manage this amount of storage so you can optimize the backup data you need by visiting the Settings> iCloud> Memory management.
8. Your device keeps showing notifications asking for iCloud password
This is not a new problem and always appears annoying for users despite having entered the correct iCloud password.
Here is how to fix it:
– Restart your device.
– Move in Settings> [Your Name]> Sign out , then choose not to keep any data on your device. After logging out, come back Setting and Log in again.
– Visit Apple’s System Status website to check and ensure the iCloud service is still working.
– Visit the Apple ID website and click ” Forgot Apple ID or password? ” To reset your login details, then log into iCloud on your device with a new password.
– Finally, backup and restore your iPhone.
Source : Trí Thức Trẻ