Posted on February 17, 2011 by editor
If you are one of those iPad users who don't like to depend on others when it comes down to fixing your precious gadget, and if you want to learn how to fix an iPad yourself, this guide is for you. We will show you how to perform basic repair services on your iPad, fixing problems ranging from a flat battery, to fixing an iPad that won't reboot.
Please note that some options, which require opening up your iPad to replace the battery, may void your warranty. If your warranty hasn't expired yet, you might consider returning your iPad to the store to have it fixed for free.
Just follow these easy steps to fix an iPad. If one step doesn't appear to solve your problem, move on to the next one.
Step 1: Slide the red button from left to right. This will switch off your iPad.
Step 2: After waiting about ten seconds, slide the Sleep/Wake button again, and hold it for about three seconds. This will reset the iPad, and hopefully fix your problem.
Step 3: If you don't have any display, or if the "soft" reset didn't fix the problem, a hard reset may help. For this, press and hold both the Sleep/Wake button and the Home button for at least ten seconds. After the ten seconds, the Apple logo appears, and your iPad will perform a hard reset.
When your iPad is fixed, you can use it play games, watch movies, read books etc. As we all know the iPad can only know MP4, MOV, M4V video files, so if you want to watch any videos files on iPad without any limitation , DVD to iPad Converter Suite can help you rip DVD and convert Video to iPad compatible formats to watch.
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