Posted by Aimee , Apr 17, 2018
The iOS system has become one of the most popular systems around the world because its steady and safe. However, though perfect it is, the system still has several problems as other operation system. For example, an iPad keeps rebooting randomly and not many tools can handle the problem. Did you have the experience like that and what did you do to fix it? It may be difficult, but in this article, we are going to show you an easy and effective way to fix it.
RecoveryTool Fix Recovery is specifically designed for iOS users to repair their iPhones, iPads and other iOS devices. Not only it can restore the lost data, but also fixing the problems of the system. What is more, almost all versions of iOS are available.
Hard Reset Your iPad
One of the easiest ways to fix a device that is stuck in the reboot loop is to hard reset it. You do this by holding down the Sleep/Wake and home buttons down for at least 25-30 seconds. The device will restart in a few seconds. If it doesn't work the first time, try it again in an hour or so.
Perform a Factory Setting
Factory reset will erase all your data. Backing up your device before you start. Connect your device with computer and then iTunes will detect your iPhone in recovery mode and restore it to factory setting. However, make sure you've backed up iPhone to computer or iTunes before factory reset.
Step1. Choose the Recovery Mode
Download the software on your computer and install it. Launch the program and then there are will be several recovery modes for you to choose. Here let's just tick the "iOS System Recovery" and go on.
Step 2. Download the latest firmware
The program will detect your device automatically and then recommend you the latest firmware to download. Since you need to fix the program working abnormal, so just download it.
Step 3. Fix the System to Normal
Now the program is ready to fix the operation system for you. In a few minutes, you will be told that your iPad is back to normal again.
The passage above had showed you how to fix your rebooting iPad. I am convinced that it will help. Besides, if your iPad keeps restarting, it can also help. For details, just download it and have a try.