It may happen that your iPad is completely stuck. In this article we discuss some possible causes and solutions.
It is very annoying when you freeze your iPad and absolutely nothing more you can do. Normally this is because a number of outstanding applications conflict with each other or through an app leaves a bit corrupt memory. Lees Also: 10 iPad problems you can solve yourself
You can try the best first to your iPad restart. Often, just the unit then has returned to normal since then the memory is refreshed by running apps that cause problems like that are completely closed.
You can turn off your iPad with the snooze button (on the top of the unit) and the Home button while holding down. The device will turn off after a few seconds. To launch the iPad then again you only have the snooze button to hold until the Apple logo appears on the screen.
If this did not help and your iPad frequent crashes when you try to load a particular app or have to use it, then it can help to remove this app and reinstall it. To do this, you must press and hold the icon of the app until a cross appears. If you press it, you are asked if you want to delete the app and its data. If you want to keep the data stored within the app, you must uninstall the app before you make a backup. Press Empty to agree
. Please note: some standard apps such as Calendar, iTunes and App Store, you can not delete this way. As a standard iOS app is problematic, it is often better to simply restore your iPad (see below).
To install the app you have in iTunes to the App Store go. Make sure you are logged in with the Apple ID you bought the app in question. Press Purchases to see a list of your purchased apps. Here you can download the app and install it.
You recover iPad
If it has not helped to reboot your iPad again or install the app in question again, or if you have issues with a standard iOS-app, then you must restore the factory settings of your device.
Make sure you first create a backup that you can restore apps. Your iPad will be completely erased in the process so you can start with a clean slate.
Go to iTunes, select your iPad in the Devices list. Then click the Restore iPad … and accept the warning.
If your iPad is still below freezing, it may be that there is a problem is with the hardware. To check this it is best contact Apple Support .
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