If you are faced with a situation where your favorite iPad frozen on Apple logo, the Apple is on and off, do not rush to bring the device to a service center. There are several ways in which it is possible to restore the tablet to work at home. In this article I will show how to avoid situation, if your iPad stuck on Apple logo.
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The first thing that needs to be done if the iPad does not turn on, the “apple” lights up, then goes off, – check the degree of charging of the device. It is possible that you missed a signal on the iPad that its battery is in a discharged state. At the same time, the charging icon itself may not blink – the iPad will respond to full discharge with a completely black display, on which the apple logo will appear for only a second. Even if the tablet “hangs on an apple”, the cause of the malfunction may be the same.
Restore the Device Through iTunes
This is a pretty aggressive way to deal with software bugs, but if the iPad stucks on an Apple and stubbornly doesn’t turn on, then flashing is the last thing you can try at home. The method is bad because you run the risk of erasing all or part of the data on your device after updating iPad. This will happen if you have not backed up your iPad to iTunes in the recent past.
Another way to restore any Apple smartphones when the iPad does not turn on, the apple is on and goes off, is to reboot the device. This is done in three steps:
- Simultaneously press the Home and Power keys;
- Hold them for 10-15 seconds until the iPad “Apple” logo appears on the display;
- wait until the tablet reboots;
- Using a similar reboot method, almost all Apple gadgets are restored in case of any software malfunction. Often this method is used after installing a tweak from Cydia or a jailbreak, after which the iPad hangs quite often.
All the methods described are suitable for home self-repair of the iPad, which hangs and does not turn on, provided that the damage to the device was not mechanical. If your tablet turns off and no longer boots after it crashes, the cause of the device’s constant reboot may be a dangling loop.