When a popular application like Twitter keeps crashing on a high-end device like the iPhone 11, you can always expect it to be an issue with the app. Needless to say, you can fix it on your own by doing a few troubleshooting procedures. That’s what we’re going to do here. I will share with you the solutions we’ve been using in fixing problems like.
So, in thi guide, I will walk you through in fixing your iPhone 11 with Twitter app that keeps crashing. We will be using the most practical yet effective troubleshooting procedures we’ve been using. If you’re an owner and are currently being bugged the same problem, continue reading this post as it may help you fix your device.
Before we move on to our troubleshooting, if you happen to find this post while looking for a solution to a different problem, then visit our iPhone 11 Help Guides page for we have already addressed some of the most common issues with this device. We may have already published articles that could help you fix your problem. Find issues that are similar to yours and feel free to use our solutions.
Troubleshooting an iPhone 11 with Twitter that keeps crashing
In this post, we will look into all possibilities and rule them out one after another until we can determine the reason why such an app crashes. With that being said, here are the things you need to do for this problem…
First solution: Close Snapchat and do the Forced Restart
Most of the time, this problem is actually just due to a minor issue with the app. So, restarting the app might fix it but it’s best to restart the app and then refresh your iPhone’s memory. What you need to do is stop Twitter from running in the background. As you know, when you switch to another app or go back to the home screen, the app you previously used still runs in the background. So, here’s what you need to do to close it:
- Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and stop at the middle. This will show you the app previews.
- Now, swipe up on the Twitter preview to close it. Do the same to other apps.
- After you’ve closed Twitter, quickly press and release the Volume Up button and then the Volume Down button.
- The moment you release the volume down button, press and hold the Side button or the Power key until the iPhone powers off and shows the Apple logo on the screen.
Your iPhone will continue the boot process so wait until your device has finished rebooting and then launch Twitter to see if it still keeps crashing. If it does, then move on to the next solution.
Second solution: Uninstall Twitter and then reinstall it
Another possibility we have to consider here is that the version of the app you’re using may not be compatible with the new firmware since you just updated your iPhone 11 to iOS 13.2. But instead of just updating the app, it’s best to remove it completely from your phone to remove all its associations with the firmware and other apps. After that, download a new copy from the App Store to make sure you’re using the latest version. Here’s how you do that:
- Go to the screen where the Twitter icon is located.
- tap and hold on its icon until the icons start jiggling. Do not release your hold even if options show halfway through.
- Tap the X on the Twitter icon.
- Tap Delete to confirm the deletion of the app.
- Once the app is successfully uninstalled, tap Done.
- Go back to the home screen.
- Launch the App store.
- Search for Twitter, and then tap the Install icon.
- Wait for the app to be successfully installed on your iPhone.
- When the installation is finished, tap Open to launch it.
When it comes to fixing app crashes on an iPhone, these two procedures have been proven to be effective in fixing those issues. However, if for some reason, Twitter still keeps crashing on your iPhone 11 after the second solution, then you should do the third one to fix it.
Third solution: Reset your iPhone to fix Twitter that keeps crashing
The fact is a reset will always fix any app-related issue provided that the firmware has not been modified in any way. However, prior to the reset, make sure to create a copy of your important files and data since they will all be deleted. You may have a hard time retrieving them after the reset. After the backup, follow these steps to reset your iPhone 11:
- From the Home screen, tap Settings.
- Find and tap General.
- Scroll down to the bottom of the screen, and then touch Reset.
- Tap Erase All Contents and Settings.
- Tap Erase Now.
- If prompted, enter your security lock.
- Tap Erase iPhone at the bottom of the screen.
- Tap Erase iPhone again to proceed.
- Now enter your Apple ID password, and then tap Erase to proceed with the reset.
- Wait until your iPhone has finished the reset, and then set it up as a new device.
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