Funktioniert der Schnellstart auf Ihrem iPhone nicht? Hier sind 3 Möglichkeiten, es zu beheben

The Quick Start function offers remarkable convenience by enabling users to set up a new iOS device through their existing one. This feature facilitates seamless data transfer from an iPhone, iPad, or iPod to the new device. However, what should you do if iPhone Quick Start is not functioning as expected? This post will provide all the necessary information on the issue and how to resolve it. Let’s proceed!


How to Utilize Quick Start?

Begin by collecting the devices and positioning them adjacent to each other. Proceed to power on your new device. Then, opt to configure it with your Apple ID. Once an animation appears on your new device, align it within the viewfinder and input your passcode.

Then, adhere to the prompts to establish and configure your Touch ID and Face ID on the new device. Following this, you can restore applications, privacy settings, location preferences, Apple Pay, and Siri settings after connecting to a Wi-Fi network.

Nevertheless, users might encounter some common issues. Let’s take a closer look at what they entail.


What Are the Typical Issues Encountered with Quick Start?

The following five issues are common woth Quick Start:

  • The devices are next to each other within range, but they don’t recognize each other.
  • It may say the setup process can continue, but the activation doesn’t complete.
  • In some instances the setup process won’t finalize.
  • Either of the iPhones does not have enough power (battery) complete the operation.
  • An error or bug in Quick Start, which results in it not performing on your iPhone.

Follow the rest of the steps in this article to resolve your issue.


1. Ensure Both of Your iPhones Are Running on iOS 11 or Later

As previously mentioned, both of your iPhones must be running on iOS 11 or a later version. If one of your devices is on iOS 10 or an older iteration, you’ll encounter the Apple Quick Start not working issue.

To resolve this, simply update the iOS version on your iPhone. Navigate to Settings > General > Software Update and select Download and Install to install the latest iOS version.

Once your device is updated with the latest iOS version, attempt to use the Quick Start feature, which should now function properly.


2. Enable Bluetooth on Your iPhones

The Quick Start feature relies on Bluetooth for content transmission. If Bluetooth is disabled on your device, the feature won’t work. To circumvent this issue, enable Bluetooth on your devices.

Activate Bluetooth by accessing Settings > Bluetooth and toggling the switch to the ON position. You’ll notice the Bluetooth icon indicating successful activation on your device.

After enabling Bluetooth, attempt to set up your new device using Quick Start, which should now function properly.


3. Restart Both of Your iPhones

If Quick Start still isn’t working on your iPhone, consider restarting both devices to potentially resolve the issue. Restarting your device can resolve various issues, including this one.

For iPhone X and newer models: Press and hold the Side button and either volume button until a slider appears. Drag the slider to turn off your device, then press and hold the Side button again to turn it on. For iPhone 8 or earlier models: Press and hold the Top (or Side) button until a slider appears. Drag the slider to turn off your device, then press and hold the Top (or Side) button again until it turns on. Once both iPhones have restarted, you should be able to use the Quick Start feature successfully.

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