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Infinity Blade II Crash Fix FAQ

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04/03/13

Does Infinity Blade II crash and freeze up on your iOS device? This can be extremely frustrating for growing heroes eager to play more of sword-slashing adventure from Epic Games. Thankfully the fix for this and many other iOS crashes is a simple one.

In order to restart a specific app without restarting your device altogether, you simply need to use the iOS multitask function to completely shut down an application. On all iOS devices with iOS 4.0 and later installed, you can open the multitask tray by returning to the home screen and hitting the home button twice in rapid succession.

You'll notice an Infinity Blade II icon, in addition to all your other recently launched apps. Tapping and holding like you would to rearrange your home screen will make all of the apps in the multitask tray shake (again similar to the effect seen when rearraging icons on the home screen). You'll also see that each has a red dot next to it.

Don't worry! This doesn't delete the app from your device. It simply closes the app completely so that the next time you launch Infinity Blade II, the app will run a full start up and place you at the main menu. Closing other apps will also improve any slowdown you're experiencing as well as improve your battery's life.
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