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How to Solve the Issue of Siri Not Working in iOS 7

2013-12-05 13:30:17 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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What to do if Siri is not working in iOS 7? Some users reported that Siri was not working normally on iPhone 5s after its upgrade to iOS 7 - Siri didn't answer any questions. In this case, you may try the following solutions we gather for you to solve this problem.

Note: You may firstly reboot your device if there're any problems.

1. It's possible that the server of Siri defaults to be American one after the upgrade of you device. Enter and log in Twitter or FB if you can, then keep holding the Home button, and Siri may be in normal use again.

2. Go to Settings > General > Siri > My info, add a random contact and select it. Problem could be solved.

3. Go to Settings > General > Restriction to make sure whether you had restricted Siri.

4. Go to Settings > General > Siri > My info. Don't select the contact means yourself. If you select it from the contact list, Siri may have this kind of problem; if you don't, it may act normally. So if you had select the contact means youself, delete it from the Contacts, then it will show "None" in Siri.

5. Go to Settings > General > Siri > Language, switch to other languages, then keep holding the Home button and try Siri again.

6. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings.

7. Make a backup, then go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings.

8. If the solutions mentioned above don't work for you, you may root the firmware, but before that remember to backup your data.

That's the potential solutions you may have a try if you've got any problems with Siri in your updated iPhone 5s or iOS 7. Good luck!

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