8538 Views 8 Replies Latest reply: Feb 2, 2011 12:13 AM by Rudyboy
Привет. Я сделаю все от меня зависящее, чтобы помочь вам.
More information would be helpful:
1. Is this your first time using this iPad, or have you been using it successfully previously?
2. Are you connecting it to a Windows PC or a Macintosh computer?
3. What were you trying to do when you pushed "Setting->abort-> del all"?
Try holding down the power button at the top, until the iPad shuts off completely. Then, press and hold the power button and the home button at same time, and keep holding until the iPad restarts itself.
Более подробная информация будет помочь.
Okay. For future reference, the way to delete the apps you don't want is to touch and hold on one. All of the apps will begin shaking, and you'll see a small circle with an X in it above each icon. Tap the X to delete the app, then press the Home button to return to normal state.
Did you try the hard reset (pressing and holding the Power and Home buttons at the same time)? What was the result?
When the iPad is OFF, press and hold the Power and Home buttons at the same time, and keep holding them until the iPad restarts (and you see the Apple logo loading). That's called a hard reset. It can take anywhere from 10 seconds to half a minute of holding down the buttons, so don't let go until you see the apple...
Not good. One more thing left to try:
Turn the iPad off. Connect it to your computer. Open iTunes. Then do the press-and-hold thing with both buttons again. Hopefully, at this point your computer will mount it in iTunes. If it does, let it do whatever it wants to do, and then choose the option to Restore the iPad back to factory settings. That will delete the current software and reload everything.
If it doesn't work, the only other thing I can suggest is that you call Apple's customer service to arrange to send it in for repair. It's covered under the warranty.
It happened to me: suddenly my Ipad would not turn on or respond to the Home button. I connected it to iTunes on my laptop and then pushed the Home and Start buttons at the same time, and the Ipad responded. It did not "restore" content but just went through its normal back-up routine.
Why did this happen? I have no idea. My battery was at 72% and in fact when the Ipad came back up, it was still at 71%. This is a strange bug. BTW, I have recently upgraded the OS to 4.x