Don’t know what to do with iCloud backup could not be completed issue? Read this post, which will introduce you several methods to help you fix this problem easily.
Have you ever been in such a case that you are in the course of backing up your device to iCloud, but it suddenly stop and send you ‘The Last Backup Could Not be Completed’ message. And no matter what you do, it still keeps telling you that. If you have met the same problem and still have no effective way to fix it, just keep reading, and then following this post to help yourself out.
Solution 1: Restart Your iPhone. There is no doubt that reboot your iPhone is the easiest and basic way. But it’s also necessary, sometimes the simple turning iPhone off and on operation can fix this error. So just try restarting your iPhone to check if it works.
Solution 2: Sign Out of iCloud Account. If the simply rebooting device is not work, maybe logging out of iCloud and logging back in could do the trick. To do this, go to Settings > Click iCloud > Scroll down to the bottom > Tap on the Sign Out.
iCloud Backup Could Not Be Completed – Sign Out of iCloud Account
Solution 3: Reset Network Settings or Try Different Wi-Fi Network. iCloud backup has a close relationship with the Wi-Fi environment. Thus you can rule out this factor by: go to Settings > General > Reset and tap on Reset Network Settings or change to another Wi-Fi network.
iCloud Backup Could Not Be Completed – Reset Network Settings
Solution 4: Delete Old iCloud Backup. If all the above methods failed, you can try to delete the old iCloud backup in your iPhone. Because the iCloud make the multiple backups and it’s ok to delete the old backup on your device . You can follow these steps: Go to Settings > iCloud > Storage and click on your device’s name under the Backups section.
iCloud Backup Could Not Be Completed – Delete Old Backup
Solution 5: Restore your iPhone. You have the last method to try if nothing else has worked for you so far, that is restore your iPhone. Although it would erase the exist data, there is still a chance to fix this problem out. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings.
That’s all for iCloud ‘the last backup could not be completed’ issue, hope one of them works for you. And at last, do not forget to download PhoneRescue – iOS data recovery and give it a try.
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