Safe mode on your iPhone SE might assist you in diagnosing applications and determining whether or not the problem is caused by a third-party app. In this condition, all third-party programmes and services are bypassed or deactivated, making it easier to pinpoint the problem. If your device still reboots by itself, try running it in Safe Mode for a bit. If it doesn't, it's likely that a third-party programme is at blame. Removing the malfunctioning app from your smartphone will most likely solve the problem. The next step would be to figure out which of your downloaded programmes you should use. Consider when the problem began or which new app was installed before your iPhone began to reboot on its own to assist you decide. The key to achieving the solution is uninstalling or deactivating questionable programmes. As follows:
1. Press and hold the Power button on your iPhone until the Slide to 2. Power Off screen displays. Then move the slide to turn off the power.
3.To turn it back on, press and hold the Power button.
4. When the Apple logo appears, press and hold the Volume Up button until the phone completely reboots.
Safe mode is already active on your iPhone at this moment.
- To test whether bootloop still happens, try using your device in this mode for a bit. If it still doesn't work, go to Cydia and uninstall the problematic app. It's most likely the most recent package you installed before experiencing the first bootloop issue.
After deleting an app or service, test your device.