Previously, when I erased all settings and content, my watch kinda just figured everything out once I restored from the backup.Thanks and sorry dumb question but what happens with the apple watch if you reset settings? Do you have to redo settings on the watch apl again?
Yeah I’m planning on waiting another week or so before I factory reset the phone. I’ve got a trip planned in 3 weeks that I could really use my camera for. I had to dust off my old digital camera as another backup lol.Unless you need to take photos in the next 2 days waiting to see if the update fixes maybe a good idea
Yes, you need to set up everything again. I couldn't restore from an earlier watch backup since it messed up the pairing again. I even had to recreate my watch faces and so on, it was basically like taking the watch out of the box and starting from scratch...Thanks and sorry dumb question but what happens with the apple watch if you reset settings? Do you have to redo settings on the watch apl again?
Thanks, after reading this I suggested my son with iPhone 8 to reset all settings & fixed his camera focus issue.Great help, Thanks again.So, I was able to fix this issue on my iPhone X (no case involved) by the following:
1) turn ON live photos, tap to focus
2) settings>general>reset>reset all settings
I'm not sure if #1 is necessary, but these are the steps I was following by a poster in another thread and I believe my phone is focusing normally again. I've since disabled live photos and everything still seems to be in order.
Before this, I never had issues taking macro shots, it was only the further-away shots with the wide angle lens. Something about the settings I had (which caused no issue when I downgraded to 11.1.2) were limiting my phones ability to focus to infinity on 11.2.
While it's still kind of annoying to have to reinstate all of the settings, it's certainly less cumbersome than setting up as a new phone on 11.2 or downgrading/remaining on 11.1.2.
I realize that this thread is a bit conflating with the magnet/case issue, but resetting all settings (NOT all content and settings) seemed to resolve my problems, which did NOT have anything to do with a case as my phone's always been naked.
Just passing this along in case it helps somebody else.
Thanks sounds like I should unpair - automatically makes a backup. Then repair and restor from that backupYes, you need to set up everything again. I couldn't restore from an earlier watch backup since it messed up the pairing again. I even had to recreate my watch faces and so on, it was basically like taking the watch out of the box and starting from scratch...
Mine was doing that too, wasn't on 11.1.2 but it's now fixed on 11.2.1.I had this issue. Although mine was caused by a magnet in the phone case too close too the OIS. I cut the case (as its for work only) and removed the magnet and my camera works perfectly. I’m running 11.2. Before it use to focus and refocus and zoom in and out very quickly, and you could see the OIS working and moving around. I can’t say I’ve had a software related issue however.