One of the iPad users reported that day before day her iPad got died. Place the iPad for charging more than 24 hours and overnight. For every 10-20 seconds, the apple logo appears but iPad doesn’t turn on. He tried to reboot it many times by holding down the lock and home button and the apple logo appears but nothing else happens.
Try the below solutions to resolve the issue.
Solution 1: Force iPad into Recovery Mode
- Hold Sleep/Wake button down and slide to turn off iPad.
- Turn on Computer and install iTunes.
- Connect USB cable into Computer’s USB port.
- Hold Home button and connect the other the end of the cable into the docking port. Do not release button until you see a picture of iTunes and connect.
- Release Home button.
- iTunes has detected iPad in recovery mode. Before using iTunes restore the iPad.
- Select “Restore iPad”.
Solution 2: Switch the iPad off and on
- Plug into a wall socket to get it charging.
- Wait until the apple logo appears and wants to boot up.
- Hold down Home and Reset/Sleep button at the same time until it reboots.
- Release the buttons and power down and reboot.
- Repeat the step 3 at least for 30 to 40 times for the logo appear on the screen.
- Now you can see the home screen of iPad with about 2% battery life.
- Press the Rest/Sleep button down for about 2 to 5 seconds.
- Swipe the screen to when the slider appears to switch off the iPad.
- Leave the battery to charge for at least an hour without trying to put it on.
- Switch the iPad on.
- Now you gain the battery life of 10 to 20%.
- Power it down by holding Reset/Sleep button and swipe the screen to power down and let it charge fully to 100% now which will take the few hours.
- Enjoy your iPad again.
Solution 3: Hold Power button
If your iPad gets to lock screen, press & hold the Power button and then slide to power off when it appears. Leave it for 3-4 hours and turn it back on.
Solution 4: Force the iPad to restart
- Force the iPad to restart.
- Use Volume Up, Home and Wake/Sleep button combination.
- Fix the iOS to normal mode using a third-party tool.
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Solution 5: Use Jump Start
Connect your iPad to your switched of Computer and start your Computer, your phone should start along and if everything goes as well the phone should boot up properly.
Solution 6: Put iPad into DFU mode
Steps to get your iPad into DFU mode
- Plug the iPad into your Computer.
- Install iTunes.
- Hold down the Power and Home button at the same time.
- Keep holding both the buttons for 10 seconds.
- After 10 seconds, release the Power button but continue to hold the Home button for another 3-5 seconds.
- iPad screen is completely black when in DFU mode. If you see an Apple logo or otherwise you did not enter DFU mode.
- iTunes will detect a device in recovery mode.
- Once in DFU mode the iTunes firmware modifying app will take over, follow those instructions.
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