Due to the powerful chips coming up today, the fact that the latest Apple Watch is frozen and unresponsive is the strangest thing that ever happens, even though it's possible. Usually the Apple Watch itself is able to convince itself that something is not working properly and restarting only when necessary, but there are times when we have to do this. And that if the clock doesn't turn on when we press the lock button it will mean that we need to reset the set.
Fortunately the process is simple and you do not need to be an expert to execute it. Below we explain step by step what to do if your Apple Watch doesn't respond, and how to proceed if this happens often.
How to force the Apple Watch to restart
First before redesigning the Apple Watch to make sure we can't go for another solution and that it doesn't really answer. To test this we will try to see if the Apple Watch can be closed in the normal way. We'll save the sidebar to see if the shutdown screen appears, if it doesn't need a hard reset, we'll have to wait a bit for an hour to finish the running processes.
In the event that the Apple Watch does not respond to this closed-loop attempt, it will be time for a mandatory reboot. To do this, follow the steps described below:
1st Keep the clock side button pressed.
2nd Press the digital crown at the same time.
Third Keep both keys pressed at the same time for 10 seconds until a reset screen appears.
Now is the time to let the Apple Watch restart, after which it will be working normally.
My Apple Watch was severely damaged
Sometimes, our clock may have suffered an internal error due to software or firmware failure, and this causes it to crash often and stop responding. In this case, to resolve these common blocks we will have to return our Apple Watch to the factory circuit to eliminate this potential failure in the event of failure. We can do this in two ways, from the iPhone and the watch itself.
Restore Apple Watch from iPhone
This is probably the best way to bring the Apple Watch back Automatically build your clock backup on iPhone that you can reload when you've restored it, so don't throw away the apps and other information you have on the Apple Watch. To return it to the iPhone, first make sure the clock and phone are nearby, and follow these steps:
1st Open the app Watch on iPhone.
2nd On the tab of My watch tap on your watch at the top.
Third Click the "I" button in the orange circle that will be placed to the right of your watch.
- 4th Select the last option that will appear in red, where it says Unlink Apple Watch.
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In the meantime, if we ever have an Apple Watch there might be a data plan, and we have an active one, we'll be asked if we want to keep it, if you want to continue using the same plan once you've updated your Apple Watch.
- 5th Make sure you actually want to uninstall your Apple Watch from that iPhone by pressing again Unlink Apple Watch from….
To finish, you can also be asked for your Apple ID password to confirm that you actually want to disable it, we set it up and accept it. The Apple Watch will start rolling back and once it's done we will find it again in the factory region so we can repair it again. This is a great tactic to delete any file we have been able to add to it that will eliminate the differences in the clock.
Restore the Apple Watch from the watch itself
In the same way we can restore a clock from the iPhone, we can do it from the exact same clock. In this case the iPhone will not be supported, but we also do not need to keep the iPhone close to it.
To do this follow these steps:
1st Open Justification on the Apple Watch.
2nd Here it is Normal, then click Restore.
Third Click here Delete content and settings.
Just like when we return it from the iPhone you will ask if you have an Apple Watch with a cellular connection if you want to keep your data plan related, if you continue to use the Apple Watch with it.
After this, you will be asked to enter a clock unlock code, and when you set it, it will begin to be returned.
Re-install your Apple Watch on your iPhone
Now that the Apple Watch has been completely removed it's time to reconnect it with the iPhone to use again. Because this only goes to the app Watch from the iPhone again and select Meet the new Apple Watch.
From here you will be directed to connect both and configure the Apple Watch, in addition the iPhone will ask you if you want to restore it from the previous backup or as a new device. To avoid reproducing an error that could cause the clock to crash, we recommend setting it to 0 and not backing up, thus avoiding that if an error is not a file or a backup copy configuration, it will be played again upon uploading.