iPad won’t turn on or respond – You can do that

ss”Many users have expressed concern about their iPad not responding. Common reasons for this issue include: the iPad suddenly not turning on, the battery running out and not responding even when plugged in, being disabled and displaying “Connect to iTunes,” or simply being dead and unable to charge. Before visiting the Apple Store, it’s recommended to try the following self-help methods to resolve the problem.”

“Pro tip: If your iPad displays “Connect to iTunes” after entering an incorrect passcode, follow the guide on fixing the “iPad is disabled” error. If your iPads won’t charge or charges slowly, refer to the troubleshooting article on “iPad not charging.”

1. Force restart iPad

If your iPads won’t turn on despite having enough battery, try forcing a restart. For iPads s, iPads Mini, iPads Air, and iPads Pro, press and hold the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for at least 10 seconds until the Apple logo appears. This is especially helpful for iPads that have suddenly stopped responding. For newer models without a Home button (e.g. iPads Pro 2018), press the volume up button, then the volume down button, and finally hold the power button.

2. Properly charge your iPad

When your iPads fails to turn on after a complete battery drain, start by charging it using an appropriate iPad power adapter. Avoid connecting it to a computer via USB as the required current and voltage to revive a dead battery iPads exceeds that provided by an iPhone charger or computer.

To revive a frozen iPad, follow these steps:

  1. Connect the iPads to its adapter for 15 minutes and attempt to turn it on.
  2. If unsuccessful, force restart by holding the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons for 10+ seconds until the Apple logo appears.
  3. If still unresponsive, wait 5 minutes and try turning it on again.
  4. If still stuck, let it charge for an hour and repeat steps 1-3.

Ensure the iPads power adapter and USB cable are functional before trying these steps.

3. Restore iPad through iTunes

If force restarting doesn’t resolve iPads issues (e.g. won’t turn on, won’t charge, stuck on Apple logo, unresponsive touch screen), use iTunes to restore it. This also works for issues arising from iOS 12/13 updates.

To restore an iPad using iTunes:

  • Open iTunes on your computer (ensure it’s the latest version).
  • Connect a Lightning cable to your computer, leaving the other end unplugged.
  • Press and hold the iPad’s home button, then plug the cable into the iPads. Keep holding the Home button until “Connect to iTunes” appears on the iPads.
  • A pop-up notification in iTunes will indicate that the iPad is in recovery mode and needs to be restored. Click Restore.
  • Allow the restore process to complete, then the iPads will restart. Note that restoring will erase all iPads data, but you can retrieve it with an iCloud or iTunes backup. If no backup is available and data loss is a concern, try another method to restore the iPads without iTunes.

4. Fix iPad without data loss

Revised paragraph: Efficiently restoring an iPad through iTunes is a reliable solution for fixing devices that won’t turn on. However, sometimes iTunes may display an error message (e.g. 3194, 4013, 4014, etc.) preventing the restoration process. In such cases, you can utilize Passvers iOS System Recovery to repair an unresponsive iPads, iPads Air, iPads Mini, or iPads Pro. This software offers a distinct advantage over iTunes as it can repair your iPads without wiping its data. The following issues can be resolved using this tool:

Revised paragraph: The following are some common problems faced by iPad users:

  • iPad not turning on;
  • iPad stuck at the Apple logo or in Recovery/DFU mode;
  • iPad continuously restarting;
  • iPad frozen on black/blue screen;
  • iPad not charging and stuck.
  • To fix these issues, Passvers iOS System Recovery offers a solution. Please follow these steps to repair your unresponsive iPad.

Revised paragraph: To repair your unresponsive iPads with Passvers iOS System Recovery, follow these steps:

  • Download the software for Windows or Mac.
  • Launch the program and select “iOS System Recovery.”
  • Click “Start” and let the software detect the abnormal status of your iPads, then confirm. (Note: Advanced mode is available for more complex software issues, but it will erase all data on your device).
  • Follow the guide to put your iPad into recovery mode.
  • The software will display your iPad’s information. Verify it and ask for help if needed.
  • After confirming the information is correct, click “Repair” and wait for the software to complete the process.

Your iPads will restart and function normally. (Note: After restarting, your iPads will be updated to the latest iOS version and jailbreak will be disabled).

If you have any further questions regarding iPads not working issues, please leave a comment below.

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