Indian character iPhone (Telugu) Can Crash Any iPhone Instantly (How to fix.)
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Now in 2018, a new bug is already circulating! With a simple Indian character, it is possible to break out with the Messages app, or you can say with a simple Indian character, anyone can simply crash your iPhone. But there are other apps also affected.
“ జ్ఞా “
How to Fix
I- At first, you have to send a message to that iPhone which is crashing from any other iPhone.
II- When the message will be shown as “Banner” at top of the screen, Just click on it as shown in the image below.
III- After that, the iMessage app will automatically crash and will close. Now again click on the iMessage app to open it.4. And you will see that the messages app isn’t crashing this time. Now delete the message without opening it and all apps which were crashing will be fixed.