iPad Air 2 Does Not Turn On
The most effective ways!
IPad is recognized as the best and most reliable tablet. Even older iPad models work great after years of heavy use. However, on the iPad, malfunctions can occur, for example, a tablet may stop turning on. What to do if iPad does not turn on? In this manual, we talked about the most effective and efficient ways to solve the problem.
IPad doesn’t want to turn on? All the most effective ways to solve this problem are described below. We recommend that you follow in turn from the first to the last. At one stage your iPad will work again!
1. Check cable and charging adapter
First of all, you need to make sure that the iPad stopped turning on not because of the battery drain. Many will be surprised, but often the problem really lies in the fact that the iPad is completely discharged, but does not charge due to a broken cable or charger.
To make sure that the problem is not related to accessories is quite simple. Try charging another device, such as an iPhone, using the cable and charging adapter. If charging starts, it means the accessories are not damaged and you can proceed to the following methods.
2. Make sure the iPad connector is not clogged
Also, the iPad often does not charge, and at the same time it does not turn on, due to the clogged charging port of the tablet. This happens most often on older tablets that have been in active use for years.
Clean the charging port, for example with a toothpick. It is important to proceed carefully and remove accumulated debris from the connector with gentle movements. In especially neglected cases, a lot of various debris accumulates in the connector, for example, as in the image below:
After cleaning the connector, try charging the iPad again. If even now the iPad does not turn on, we proceed to the software methods of solving the problem.
3. Restart your iPad hard
Let’s start with the simplest way to “revive” the iPad, which often becomes saving. Often, the iPad does not turn on due to a software error that needs to be reset. It is very simple to do this. You need to perform a so-called “hard” reboot.
To do this, on the iPad, you need to simultaneously hold down the Home and Power buttons and hold them until the Apple logo appears on the tablet screen (10-15 seconds).
If the Apple logo appears. IPad saved! The tablet will turn on and work as before. If the “hard” reboot did not lead to anything, then you should proceed to the following methods.
4. Enter iPad into recovery mode
The next effective way to solve the problem is to activate the recovery mode on the iPad. Successfully introducing iPad into recovery mode will bring it back to life using iTunes.
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In order to enter iPad into recovery mode, you must do the following:
Step 1. Hold the “Home»On the iPad and while holding it, connect the tablet to the computer using the USB cable.
Step 2. Continue to hold the “Home"Until the iTunes logo appears on the iPad.
If the iPad has responded and entered recovery mode, you will be able to restore the tablet’s performance.
After putting iPad into recovery mode, you need to start iTunes. As soon as the program starts, it signals the location of the iPad and offers to update or restore the device.
First of all, you need to try updating the iPad, as in this case it will be possible to get rid of the problem without losing data. However, if your iPad has previously been updated to the latest version of iOS, then, of course, updating it will be impossible.
In this case, it remains only to select the "Restore" item. After recovery, the iPad will start turning on, but all data on it will be deleted. Use of this method is recommended only if you have recently created a fresh backup of your iPad data.
5. Restore iPad in DFU mode
IPad does not turn on despite all the above methods? Fortunately, the most effective way to solve the problem remains. It provides for the introduction of the tablet into DFU mode and the restoration of its work with the help of a third-party utility for fixing iOS device errors.
IPad does not turn on. Recovery via DFU mode
Step 1. Download the latest dr.Fone utility from official website of the program.
Step 2. Install dr.Fone and run the utility. It is important to close iTunes, as the program from Apple will interfere with the recovery process.
Step 3. In the dr.Fone main window, select Repair. The utility allows you to fix various errors on iOS devices, including problems due to which the iPad does not turn on or freezes in recovery mode.
Step 4. In the window that opens, click Start to start the iPad discovery process.
Step 5. Since your iPad does not turn on, the program will not detect it until it enters DFU mode. The utility will notify you in the next window. Click Device is connected but not recognized.
Step 6. In a new window, the program will ask you to enter the iPad in DFU mode. For this:
1. Press and hold the Home and Power buttons simultaneously for 10 seconds.
2. Release the top Power button, but continue to hold the Home button for another 10 seconds. Until the utility detects your iPad.
If you did everything correctly, then your iPad will appear in the utility window:
Note that at this stage in the dr.Fone utility it is possible to launch an interactive guide showing how to correctly enter the iPad into DFU mode.
Step 7. After successfully putting iPad into DFU mode, press Next.
Step 8. In a new window, click Download to start downloading the latest firmware for your iPad. The utility itself will download the desired firmware version for subsequent recovery.
Step 9. After the firmware download is complete, it remains to click the button Fix now to start the recovery process. Make sure the checkmark on the item Retain native data set. This parameter is responsible for saving all data on your device.
If none of the above methods helped, then, unfortunately, we are talking about iPad damage. Over, the breakdown can be absolutely any. To determine what exactly broke will help only in the service center.
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