Posted by Aimee , Mar 26, 2018
It is really a very frustrating problem if your iPad keeps restarting and you don't know how to fix it. The situation will even worse if you are dealing with your work or business with your iPad. Many users had the experience before and most of them turned to the local provider. That can be helpful but that may also cause data loss during fixing process. So "what should I do when my iPad keeps restarting?" is the most urgent problem needed to be answered.
To solve the problem, we should know why does an iPad keep restarting? Sometimes it is caused by the apps and sometimes it is because of the flash memory fault. For apps problem, we can just simply fix it by updating. But for other problems, you need a professional tool.
Here we recommend you the RecoveryTool Fix Recovery. It can fix your iPad in many situations. What is more, it can keep your data safe.
1. Restart or Force Restart Your Device.
You can restart or force-restart your iPhone iPad to clean all processes, which may help you fix "keeps restarting" issue. To force restart one device, just press and hold both of the "Sleep" and "Home" buttons at the same time for 10 seconds until Apple logo appears on screen.
2. Reset All Settings
You can try to reset all settings on your iOS device to make it run in normal. Go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings. This method will not remove any data on your device. It just reset all settings to factory default.
3. Delete or Update Apps
Some Apps may make your iPhone and iPad keeps crashing and restarting after you run them on your device. If you face this problem, you can try to delete the app from your device, or update it to latest version.
4. Downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 9
If this issue had never happened before updating to iOS 10, you can remove iOS 10 on your device and reinstall iOS 9 latest update on your device to get ride of the issue. To remove iOS 10, you can refer this tutorial: How to Downgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 9.
Step 1. Launch the Program and Connect Your Device
To begin with, download the Fix Recovery on your computer and launch it. Then connect your device to the computer via the USB cable. There are several recovery modes for you to choose. Here let's just choose "iOS System Recovery".
Step 2. Download the Latest Firmware
Now the program will recognize your device and recommend you the latest firmware to download. It is needed to fix your iPad, so just follow the advice to download it.
Step 3. Fix Your iPad to Normal
After the downloading process, the program now is ready to fix your iPad. You just need to be patient and wait for a few minutes. The program will notify you when your iPad is normal again.
The passage above had showed you how to fix your iPad when it keeps restarting. I am convinced that it will help you a lot. For details, you can download the software and have a try.