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How to Enter iPhone, iPad CheckerBoard Diagnostics Mode in iOS 10.3

iOS 10.3

Here's a complete guide on how to enter CheckerBoard Diagnostics Mode in iOS 10.3 running on iPhone or iPad.

iOS 10.3 Has a Hidden CheckerBoard Diagnostics Mode Setting - Accessing is Pretty Straightforward too

With the release of iOS 10.3 Beta, Apple has baked in a new CheckerBoard diagnostics mode, allowing Apple to quickly go through certain parameters of your iPhone or iPad. Using this feature, the company can find out if there is something wrong with the software or hardware, or maybe both. Interestingly, anyone can access this feature, thanks to developer Steve Troughton-Smith. But remember, while this feature is accessible right now by anyone, there's a chance Apple might lock it down as soon as the final version of the software is released to the public later on. Also, since this feature is meant for Apple and its employees to run diagnostics on your iPhone or iPad, therefore please do not tinker around with it too much. There's no telling what sort of damage you might end up doing to your device. Therefore it's best to play safe at every step of the way.

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Are we clear? Let's dive into the neat stuff now!

1. Power down your iPhone or iPad.

2. Connect your device to a charger and then immediately hold down the Volume up + Home key combination together.

CheckerBoard Diagnostics Mode3. Keep on holding the key combination until you boot straight into the CheckerBoard Diagnostics Mode.

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Quite frankly, there's nothing much to do when you enter this mode as it is mainly meant for Apple itself. And like I mentioned above, there's a high chance Apple might even end up removing this feature altogether in the final release in a way that it's only left to be accessed by the company's employees only. Nonetheless, it's a cool little party trick to know about, given you are running iOS 10.3 Beta.

Speaking of which, the software is available for developers and non-developers both. The latter can be accessed by heading over to beta.apple.com. It's absolutely free, and the download plus the installation process happens over the air, which means you don't have to be tethered to a computer or anything to get things done.

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If you have some problems with your APPLE iPad Pro 12.9 2021 WiFi, you can try to use the Diagnostics mode. By using this instruction you can easily get access to the Diagnostics menu. This description shows you how to check your APPLE iPad Pro 12.9 2021 WiFi by using the Diagnostics mode.

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  2. Open the main screen and enter to the Safari browser. Hard Reset APPLE iPad Pro 12.9 2021 WiFi
  3. Tap on the top web addresses field.HardReset APPLE iPad Pro 12.9 2021 WiFi
  4. Type the diagnostics:// command and confirm it.
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Sometimes beta versions of operating systems are a quite interesting function, which the manufacturer officially announced. So, the developer Steve Trouton Smith found in iOS 10.3 there is a hidden diagnostic mode that will be used by employees of service centers and Apple stores to identify problems with the iPhone and iPad.

Function, which is called CheckerBoard, allows you to detect problems with the iOS device using special software not available in normal use. However, Troton-Smith found a way to access the diagnostic mode by a simple combination of keys.

So, how to turn off diagnostic mode on iPhone and iPad:

Step 1: switch Off the device.

Step 2: connect the device to the power adapter and immediately press and hold the Home button and volume up during boot. If you have an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, you need to hold down both volume keys.

Step 3: After the Apple logo appears the diagnostic test mode.

That’s all you need to do to activate the diagnostics mode. For ordinary users it is not recommended to test because of the consequences yet unknown. Perhaps in the final version Apple will change the way access to the utility.

Now the company is testing iOS 10.3 beta 4, which debuted earlier in the week. The release date of public version information yet, it is expected that the update will be released in March along with new iPad models.

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Question:Q:I'm stuck on diagnostics mode

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Question:Q:

I tried to update my iPhone 8 and it started to reboot then it went to diagnostics mode and won't go to anything else.

iPhone 8, iOS 13

Posted on Nov 19, 2019 8:50 PM

Nov 22, 2019 6:06 PM in response to EmmanuelLundy In response to EmmanuelLundy

Hi there, Emmanuel!

Thanks for posting int eh Apple Support Communities regarding your iPhone. I understand you were trying to update the iOS software, but after it rebooted it would not power back up and is stuck in recovery mode. I'm happy to help!

Based on what you've described, I would recommend using the steps outlined in the Apple Support article If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch won't turn on or is frozen - Apple Support.

Should you still need help after that, please get in touch with Apple Support directly: Contact Apple Support.

Have a good weekend!

Nov 22, 2019 6:06 PM

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Nov 22, 2019 6:06 PM in response to EmmanuelLundy In response to EmmanuelLundy

Hi there, Emmanuel!

Thanks for posting int eh Apple Support Communities regarding your iPhone. I understand you were trying to update the iOS software, but after it rebooted it would not power back up and is stuck in recovery mode. I'm happy to help!

Based on what you've described, I would recommend using the steps outlined in the Apple Support article If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch won't turn on or is frozen - Apple Support.

Should you still need help after that, please get in touch with Apple Support directly: Contact Apple Support.

Have a good weekend!

Nov 22, 2019 6:06 PM

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Question:Q:I'm stuck on diagnostics mode

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Question:Q:How Do I Enter Diagnostic Mode (Will Give Full Points)

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Question:Q:

How do I enter Diagnostic Mode on my iPod Nano. I just want to run a few test. If there is a link please post or just write it down.

IBM, Windows XP Pro, 2GB Nano 30GB Video

Posted on Jul 10, 2006 11:10 AM

Answer:A:
Answer:A:

Be aware that the diagnostics mode is intended for trained Apple techicians - not users. It's not very user-friendly.

To enter diagnostics mode, hold the MENU and SELECT (center) buttons until you see the Apple logo. When the logo comes up, hold the |<< and SELECT buttons to enter diagnostics.



Not sure why you would want to though - are you having a problem?

Cheers!
-Bryan

Posted on Jul 10, 2006 11:13 AM

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Jul 10, 2006 11:13 AM in response to minny In response to minny

Be aware that the diagnostics mode is intended for trained Apple techicians - not users. It's not very user-friendly.

To enter diagnostics mode, hold the MENU and SELECT (center) buttons until you see the Apple logo. When the logo comes up, hold the |<< and SELECT buttons to enter diagnostics.



Not sure why you would want to though - are you having a problem?

Cheers!
-Bryan

Jul 10, 2006 11:13 AM

Jul 10, 2006 3:56 PM in response to minny In response to minny

How about how do you get your iPod OUT OF DIAGNOSTICS MODE??

I never put it there. I just turned my iPod on today and I have a frozen screen: Read Verify scan, Battery check, volts, level, charge ok, canceled, etc. on screen.

I've tried everything, but nothing budges the screen.

The on and off does not work. The backlight stays on permanently, the hold on and off doesn't work, the reset or even restore doesn't work.

It's just STUCK.

I sure wouldn't advise anyone to "purposely" put their nano in diagnostic mode.

I'm assuming that is the mode my iPod woke up in this morning, but it is terminal and nothing functions on it.

Jul 10, 2006 3:56 PM

Jul 10, 2006 4:18 PM in response to PJ Kinann In response to PJ Kinann

Hi PJ,

In the menu, there should be a "reset" option - this will reboot the iPod normally. Resetting the iPod by simultaneously holding the menu and center buttons for about 5-10 seconds will also reboot the iPod normally.

Kyle-

Jul 10, 2006 4:18 PM

Jul 10, 2006 4:44 PM in response to Kyle Koerner In response to Kyle Koerner

Thank you for responding. I've tried to reset it. No menu is showing. Nothing is showing on the screen except "Read Verify Scan" with various items: Battery Check, Volts, Level, Charge OK, Canceled showing on a list, and at the bottom Menu to Continue. I tried clicking on anything to get that Menu to Continue to respond to something, but this thing is totally frozen on that screen.

What is happening is NO BUTTONS work, no resetting works, toggling the hold button doesn't work, the backlight stays on continously, there is no getting out of the mode it is in; I even tried updating thinking that would jar something loose, but nothing gets the frozen screen out of the window.

Jul 10, 2006 4:44 PM

Jul 10, 2006 5:59 PM in response to LazyBoy In response to LazyBoy

Thanks - in the other thread? I just got that one too. I just wasn't sure which forum to post this problem in, but it looks like there is NO solution.

The buttons do not make anything function. So I've tried resetting, restoring, toggling the hold switch, tried to turn iPod off, plugged it in, put it in the base and connected to computer, out of the base and connected to computer, backlight remains on continually with the "Read Verify Scan" screen frozen in my window.

No button will budge it.

Jul 10, 2006 5:59 PM

Jul 10, 2006 6:36 PM in response to PJ Kinann In response to PJ Kinann

MIRACLE!! Guess what? ALL DAY, literally, off and on, I would go in and try to reset my iPod Nano and go through everything, reset, restore, toggle hold button, push this push that! I figured it couldn't get worse than it is already.

And after doing this all day, tonight I FINALLY SAW THE APPLE! WHOA!!!! When I saw that I prayed for continuation as usual!

Now I'm afraid to shut it off.

Does it hurt to just let the iPod sit in the base playing? I'm so afraid to shut it off.

What started it this morning was it had BEEN OFF, and I merely turned it on.

So what'd'ya think? Can I just leave it on the base-charger and let it run?

Jul 10, 2006 6:36 PM

Jul 10, 2006 7:01 PM in response to PJ Kinann In response to PJ Kinann

Let it run till it shuts off and then give it a full recharge.

Jul 10, 2006 7:01 PM

Jul 10, 2006 7:06 PM in response to Chris CA In response to Chris CA

Okay, so I should take it OFF the base charger then and just let it run out. Then put back on the charger and recharge.

Curious.............what effect does that have on it?

Jul 10, 2006 7:06 PM

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Question:Q:How Do I Enter Diagnostic Mode (Will Give Full Points)

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Question:Q:IPad Diagnostic

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So, it’s been stuck on the Apple logo page and I did a hard reset. Called Apple to get steps, and they were steps I already tried. It’s now ok the charger, so I kept doing the hard reset while it’s on the charger and it then went into restore mode.

iPad, iPadOS 13

Posted on May 5, 2020 7:38 AM

Answer:A:
Answer:A:

If iPad isn’t responding, do one of the following:

  • On an iPad with a Home button: Press and hold the top button and the Home button at the same time. When the Apple logo appears, release both buttons.
  • On an iPad with Face ID: Press and quickly release the volume up button, press and quickly release the volume down button, then press and hold the top button. When the Apple logo appears, release the button.

If your iPad doesn’t turn on, or if it gets stuck during start up, see the Apple Support article If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch won’t turn on or is frozen.

Posted on May 5, 2020 8:05 AM

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May 5, 2020 7:41 AM in response to dasha195 In response to dasha195

I presume that you’re looking for some direction as to what you should do next.

If your device indicates that it is in restore mode, you’ll need to connect to either a PC (with iTunes installed) or a Mac (with iTunes or Finder - as appropriate to the installed version of MacOS):

https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT203122

May 5, 2020 7:41 AM

May 5, 2020 7:46 AM in response to LotusPilot In response to LotusPilot

Okay, thank you so much! It went right back to the logo and now it’s just turning off and on.

May 5, 2020 7:46 AM

May 5, 2020 8:05 AM in response to dasha195 In response to dasha195

If iPad isn’t responding, do one of the following:

  • On an iPad with a Home button: Press and hold the top button and the Home button at the same time. When the Apple logo appears, release both buttons.
  • On an iPad with Face ID: Press and quickly release the volume up button, press and quickly release the volume down button, then press and hold the top button. When the Apple logo appears, release the button.

If your iPad doesn’t turn on, or if it gets stuck during start up, see the Apple Support article If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch won’t turn on or is frozen.

May 5, 2020 8:05 AM

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Here’s how to enter diagnostics mode (dubbed CheckerBoard) on iOS 10.3 powered iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.

It’s amazing what can be found in beta releases of iOS, and there are few better at discovering such things than developer Steve Troughton-Smith. Prolific when it comes to diving deep into iOS and Xcode, Troughton-Smith has again been on the lookout, this time discovering that iOS 10.3 offers easy access to a new diagnostics mode that is indented to allow Apple Store Geniuses to troubleshoot iPhone and iPad issues.

The feature, dubbed CheckerBoard, allows Apple Store employees to take an iOS device and investigate potential issues with it via a special software implementation that is not normally accessible to users. However, Troughton-Smith has discovered that accessing it via devices on which iOS 10.3 is installed is a simple case of performing some finger gymnastics and pressing the correct buttons in the right order.

Here’s what you need to do in order to try CheckerBoard out for yourself.

Step 1. Power down the device.

Step 2. Plug it into charger and then immediately hold down Home + Volume Up while booting.

Step 3. After the Apple logo, the system will boot into Diagnostics mode, as can be seen in the images below.

And that’s just about all there is to it. It’s probably not overly wise to go poking around too much; we are not 100% sure what potential damage you could do if you did. Still, it is interesting to see CheckerBoard available as part of the beta and now that we all know how to access it, we do wonder whether Apple will make changes in order to try and prevent users from accessing the software in the future.

Apple is currently working its way through the iOS 10.3 beta process, with beta 4 having arrived a few days ago. We don’t yet know when the software will be ready for everyone to try, but with the main feature addition being one that allows users to locate lost AirPods, we expect it will be a popular update once it does begin to ship.

(Source: Steve T-S [Twitter])

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