If Repzio is crashing consider the following to get RepZio working normally again.
Restart Your Device
While this may seem so simple, restarting your device may give it just the fresh facelift it needs—without the expensive doctor visit.
Learn more about how to restart your iPad here.
Perform a Force Restart on Your Device
If your device is sluggish or is not responding, try performing a force restart. Note: A force restart is different than simply restarting your device. Instructions on how to complete a force restart vary dependent upon the model you are using.
Learn more about how to force restart iPad here.
Visual learner? We got you! Check out this video tutorial on how to force restart any iPad here.
Check Your Storage Space
Snapped that millionth photo of your pup? One too many videos of the sunset? They take up space! It's time to optimize your storage and hello to the world in front of you again.
Learn more about how to check the storage on your mobile device here.
Update Your Apps & Devices
As we said before, the pace at which technology changes is staggering. Double check your device and apps have the most current version available. Sticking with older versions can open doors to security risks and/or prevent compatibility with bug fixes or enhancements. While your device may still work on an older version, updating to the newest software helps to improve performance.
Learn more about how to update your software here.
Delete Unused Apps
Say farewell to apps you no longer need or use. Removing unused or unwanted apps will free up space - and more space is a great thing. Especially, if you live in a tiny, one-bedroom apartment.
Learn more about how to delete apps on your device here.
Reinstall the RepZio App **This option should be used as a last resort.**
In some instances, you may need to reinstall the RepZio on your device. Prior to deleting and reinstalling the app, it imperative that you review the following article.
Learn more about Reinstalling RepZio without iCloud Backup here.