Currently Being ModeratedSep 16, 2013 5:53 PM (in response to FilmShooter0001)
I was able to get things working but it took drastic measures.
I had to do a full system reset and update by doing the following:
- Make note of all your settings in your system and apps especially accounts and forget about in app data that's only on your iPad and not in a cloud service because it will be gone after this
- Connect iPad to Mac and startup iTunes
- Hold down Home and Power buttons simultaneously for about 8 sec until the screen turns black
- Release the Power button but continue holding the Home button until there's a popup on your screen which indicates it's in recovery mode
- Follow the instructions to recover your iPad but recover it to factory state, not recover from a backup
- Reinstall all your apps and content
- Reconnect to all your services on your system and apps
I could not restore from a backup since it brought back my bad data too. It also didn't restore my music and no matter what I tried it wouldn't put my music onto my iPad. Had to start clean.
It appears over time that the system gets dirty and there's lots of bad data that can't get resolved. This is especially true if some of your apps have crashed a bunch.
By the way, I went into the local Apple Store and they couldn't get it to work without fully resetting the system either.
This level of reset will also upgrade your firmware if it's not the latest.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 16, 2013 5:58 PM (in response to FilmShooter0001)
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