Category: Troubleshooting

How to Enter Recovery Mode on iPhone XR, iPhone XS & XS Max, iPhone X | Win2Key

Sometimes the iPhone must be put into recovery mode in order to effectively troubleshoot the device. This is usually necessary only if the iPhone XS, XR, XS Max or X is stuck on the Apple extended logo for a long time and does not load, is stuck on the iTunes logo using a USB cable,

How to Enter Recovery Mode on iPad, iPad Air, iPad Mini, Early iPad Pro | Win2Key

Sometimes an iPad must be put into recovery mode before it can be successfully restored or updated using a computer. For example, if the iPad gets stuck on a black screen with an Apple logo for a very long time, recovery mode can usually fix it. Normally, recovery mode is used for troubleshooting, but it

How to Downgrade from MacOS Catalina Beta | Win2Key

Have you decided that you no longer want to run the beta version of MacOS Catalina 10.15? You can return from MacOS Catalina by downgrading. The easiest way to switch from a beta version of MacOS Catalina to a previous stable build of MacOS, such as MacOS Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, El Capitan, etc., is

How to Reset Chrome Browser to Default Settings on Mac, Windows, Linux | Win2Key

Need to reset Chrome browser settings to default settings? If Chrome works and you want to troubleshoot your browser, or you just want to start all over again, you can easily reset your Chrome settings to their original defaults. The process of resetting the Chrome web browser is the same for Mac, Windows and Linux.

How to Resume a Download in Safari on Mac | Win2Key

Safari on Mac can resume stopped downloads and restart failed downloads quite easily. For example, if you downloaded Xcode from Apple, but your Internet connection was interrupted and the download was stopped, you can resume the download from where it was interrupted, rather than restarting the entire download again. This is a great way to