What To Do Apple iPhone Stuck on “Resume Download” or “Update Requested” in iOS 13.1.1

There may be various reasons why iPhone gets stuck on “Resume Download” or “Update Requested” prompt on the screen while updating to the new version iOS 13.1.1. This is probably because of WiFI connectivity or network related issues, having problems with your device storage space, or there could have been a software crashed along the way. Given below are some guides on what to do Apple iPhone stuck on “Resume Download” or “Update Requested” in iOS 13.1.1

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HERE ARE POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS ON WHAT TO DO APPLE iPHONE STUCK ON “RESUME DOWNLOAD” OR “UPDATE REQUESTED” in iOS 13.1.1

In order to completely download a new update, your device should have enough storage space. Having insufficient storage space would prompt “Resume Download” or “Update Requested” before it can proceed with the update process.

To check available storage space on your iPhone:

  1. Go to Settings from the Home Screen
  2. Tap on About
  3. Scroll down the list and look for Available. The available storage space left will is displayed.

If required to free some space, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Settings from the Home Screen
  2. Tap on iPhone Storage
  3. Delete apps that you find unnecessary or you find no longer useful.

 

Solution 2: Check WiFI or network connection

One of the reasons why you get stuck on “Resume Download” or “Update Requested” is that there may be some issues with your connection. Having a weak signal can interrupt the update process. Thereby, it is recommended to have a strong and reliable WiFi or network connection before updating. Refreshing your connection is a good idea too. 

To do this:

  1. Go to Settings from the Home Screen
  2. Tap on WiFI
  3. Choose to Turn Off WiFI by tapping on the green icon on the right side of the screen.
  4. Wait for a few seconds to a minute, turn On WiFI again.

 

Solution 3: Reboot your  iPhone

A software crash can be one of the reasons why iPhone update gets stuck on “Resume Download” or “Update Request”. The safest way to resolve this is by doing a reboot on your iPhone, you can do this by

  1. Press and hold the Power/Sleep & Wake Button, located at the right side of your device.
  2. Next, Press and hold the Volume Down Button, located at the right side of your device.
  3. Simultaneously press and hold the Power/Sleep & Wake Button and Volume Down Button until the device turns off.
  4. iPhone automatically turns on 
  5. Finally, release the Power/Sleep & Wake Button and Volume Down Button when the Apple Logo appears.

 

Solution 4: Reset all settings

Doing this method does not erase personal data on your device, it just restore your iPhone WiFi network and other settings to default. 

To reset all settings:

  1. Go to Settings from the Home Screen
  2. Scroll down to the list of options and Tap on Reset.
  3. Tap on Reset All Settings
  4. Enter Device Passcode when prompt.

Before doing this step, make sure you have a backup on your device saved passwords to avoid problems signing in.

 

After each and every potential solutions mentioned above try to tap on resume download if the solutions helped and resolved the problem, if it doesn’t proceed with the next solution.

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