Thursday, April 18, 2013

IPad backup, delete and restore - MacWorld

If you plan to sell or give away your iPad is very important that first your personal information and data will be erased. Or if the device after a few years has become slow performance can be improved by backing up your data to create, delete everything and restore the device. We show you how you can work the best deal.

First, make sure you have the latest version of iTunes. Once you are up-to-date, plug your iPad into your computer. Click on the screen of the iPad Now make backup . This may take some time depending on the amount of data and applications that appear on your tablet.

When the backup is complete, disconnect your device from the computer and go to the settings menu (the gear icon). Click General and scroll down to your Restore . Your iPad will ask twice if you really want to continue. If you are sure that you have a backup of your data, you can start erasing. This may take a while, depending on how much is stored on your device.

After the iPad is cleared, you need to enter some basic information such as the Wi-Fi network you want to connect the device. When you’re done, you choose whether you want to set as a new iPad, or want to restore. Information from a previous backup In my case, I wanted to keep the iPad itself, so I chose Restore iTunes backup .

Connect iPad to your computer again. In iTunes there would be a screen Welcome to your new iPad should appear. In my case I selected recovery from this backup . After a few minutes all your data on your device. And he is probably again a lot smoother.

This is a fairly translated article from our sister site, written by Nick Barber (@ nickjb). The views of the author do not necessarily reflect those of

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