It is summer time and summer means travelling for American families. And moving on wheels means traversing huge distances either on roads, rails or cruises. While you are travelling you search for mobile apps that can keep your tour entertaining and enliven you al through. iPad, the mobile tablet, is one such useful travelling companion. Even then, there can be situations when your iPad freezes.
This quite happens when you cannot start your iPad or when you are using some other application in it. There is nothing to worry as online tech support engineers are available round the clock to assist you whenever you are in a fix. However, you can also make an attempt to restore your iPad from frozen situation.
Troubleshooting a frozen iPad involves you to know what exactly the cause of freezing is. If it a battery problem, charging the battery will resolve the issue. Again, if the problem is related to some software, you might have to set your iPad back to factory setup. Hence, detect the issue first and then go ahead with the troubleshooting ways.
Ways of Restoring a Stuck iPad
During freezing if you have any application running on your iPad, close it down forcefully. Hold by pressing sleep/wake button present at the top of your iPad. A red color slider will appear. After that, hold home button by pressing it for around 6 seconds.
After forcefully closing an app, your next task will be to reset your iPad device. Press and hold sleep/wake button on top and home button at the bottom at the same time for around 10 seconds. If you can successfully do this, you will be able to shut your iPad down. To make sure that your iPad has turned off, you will see the Apple display on your screen once it restarts.
Isn’t your iPad turning on? Check the charge whether it is full. You can ensure the amount of charge left over in the battery from its display on screen. Another way of restoring your iPad is by connecting it to iTunes. You will find one white color USB cable with your iPad. Use it for connecting your device with your PC. Open up iTunes on the computer system > click your iPad in Devices menu > select Restore.
Yes it that simple! You are done and your iPad is set to factory settings. Aren’t your iPad displayed in iTunes? You have to conduct force restoration. Plug the USB cable to the PC system but unplug dock from your iPad. By pressing and holding the home button of your iPad, plug it to your PC.
Now, you should be able to see the instruction for connecting to iTunes. Once you see it displayed on your screen, leave the button. You will get to see all the instructions thereafter on your screen. Carefully follow all the prompts and your restoration will be successfully done. But in case some issue occurs in the process, get in touch with computer technical support group.
Author’s Bio: Restoring the iPad back to its form can be made easy with tech support. Call up the online PC repair services right away!