Q: "I updated my iPhone to iOS 13 last night, and everything about it is great except for one problem - my iPhone message repeat alerts not working. Thanks to it, I have missed two messages so far. How can I fix it?" - A user posted on an iOS help forum
Though seems annoying to some uses, the iPhone repeat message alerts effectively prevent people from missing messages. iPhone will send another alert to inform users if they don't unlock the phone after a message arrives. This feature may fail to work sometimes, and the result is that people start to miss messages, some of which are important ones. Therefore, in this guide, we will tell you how to let message repeat alerts go back to work. Also, if you find this feature annoying, you can follow our guide and turn it off.
- Solution 1: Fix Effortlessly
- Solution 2: Adjust Alerts Settings
- Solution 3: Update iOS
- Solution 4: Restart iPhone
Part 1. Fix iPhone Message Repeat Alerts with Ease
The quickest solution is to resort to Joyoshare UltFix iOS System Recovery. As a professional iOS repairing program, Joyoshare UltFix can easily fix over 30 iOS issues on your iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Apple TV. It is fully compatible with the latest iOS 13.
Joyoshare UltFix is so powerful that it can get rid of the iOS problems without hurting the data on your iPhone. Even its free trial is useful in that you can press one button to put your iPhone into the recovery mode free of charge.
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Get 30+ iOS issues fixed with ease
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Fix iPhone message repeat alerts with no data loss
Step 1: Install Joyoshare UltFix and run it. Then plug your iPhone into the computer and click the "Enter Recovery Mode" button to put your iPhone into the recovery mode. After that, press the "Start" button;
Step 2: To ensure that your data will not be damaged in the repairing process, choose the "Standard Mode" and press the "Next" button;
Step 3: In this window, you will see some basic info of your iPhone. Confirm that all is correct and press the "Download" button to download the matching firmware package;
Step 4: Finally, press the "Repair" button to start the repairing process, which will be completed in several minutes. After that, your iPhone repeat alerts will resume to normal.
Part 2. Turn the Repeat Alerts off and on
The first easy fix you can carry out is to turn off the repeat alerts and then back on to give it a reboot. By default, the repeat alerts are switched to "Twice", but some users might accidentally turn it off. This might help when the repeat alerts are interrupted for some reason or malfunctioning for the time being. Alternatively, if you want to turn off the repeat alerts, you can also follow the steps to do it.
Step 1: On your iPhone, go to the "Settings" > "Notifications" > "Messages";
Step 2: Slide to the bottom of the menu and tap on the "Repeat Alerts" option;
Step 3: A list of choices will appear on the screen for you to choose the times of the repeat alerts. Tap on the "Never" and then the times options you want, and the alert will repeat until it reaches the designated number of times or you unlock the phone.
Part 3. Update iOS Software to Fix Repeat Message Not Working
To fix the repeat alerts for text not working on iPhone, you can try updating iOS on your iPhone to get rid of the system bugs that can cause the problem. Follow the steps below and you can update the iOS on your iPhone.
Step 1: Go to the "Settings" > "General" on your iPhone, then tap the "Software Update";
Step 2: Tap the "Download and Install". If a message asks you to temporarily remove apps because the software needs more space for the update, tap the "Continue". Later, iOS will reinstall those temporarily removed apps;
Step 3: Tap the "Install" and enter your passcode, and the update will be installed on your iPhone.
Part 4. Reboot Your iPhone to Fix iPhone Message Repeat Alerts
If you have updated to the latest iOS but the problem persists, you can try rebooting the phone and see if that works. The reason is that the update installed on your iPhone might not be fully adapted, or the repeat alerts are not temporarily bugged. The quick solution is to reboot your iPhone. To reboot the iPhone, hold the "On/Off" button and swipe the bar on the screen, then hold the button until the Apple logo shows up on the screen.