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flipskee 13 maart 2012 18:25

iPad start niet meer op..
 
Hallo,, mijn ipad start niet meer op.. De laatste keer dat ik hem gebruikte was hij 43%..

Wat ik geprobeerd heb, normaal opstarten, hard reset dmv home en lock knop 15 seconde inhouden (zelfs langer dan 2-3 minuten geprobeerd voor het geval ik ze niet goed inhield). DFU-mode, Recovery-mode.

Als ik hem aansluit op de computer herkent hij die iPad niet. Geprobeerd met verschillende USB-kabels en verschillende opladers (allemaal 10w geschikt voor de ipad), mijn iphone laad hij wel op.

Weet iemand nog wat ik kan doen voordat ik hem laat nakijken/opstuur?

Beech43 13 maart 2012 19:41

Dit al geprobeerd ?
How To: Put your iPad into Recovery Mode

flipskee 13 maart 2012 19:42

Ja heb ik al geprobeerd..

Beech43 13 maart 2012 20:48

Maar waarom heb je dan Jailbreak nog op Ja staan ?

flipskee 13 maart 2012 20:50

De jailbreak staat erop alleen kan hem neit recoveren.. Er gebeurt niks als ik het probeer.

flipskee 14 maart 2012 18:24

Bump.. iemand nog een idee?

Beech43 14 maart 2012 19:40

Heb je de methode met de twee knoppen minstens 15 s ingedrukt ook uitgeprobeerd met de iPad aan de lader ?

flipskee 14 maart 2012 19:43

Jep, zelfs 48 uur aan de lader laten hangen een keer

Beech43 14 maart 2012 20:40

Ja, OK, maar dat vroeg ik eigenlijk niet. Dus met de iPad aan de lader en dan de harde reset.

flipskee 15 maart 2012 00:14

Citaat:

Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door Beech43 (Bericht 779652)
Ja, OK, maar dat vroeg ik eigenlijk niet. Dus met de iPad aan de lader en dan de harde reset.

Ja gedaan !

flipskee 3 juni 2012 17:49

Even een bump aangezien het probleem nog aanwezig is. Was et topic eigenlijk vergeten

Beech43 3 juni 2012 19:29

Je hebt dit allemaal zo gedaan:
Steps:
- Sitting next to your computer, take your iPad (which should NOT be connected to your PC) and hold down the sleep button (on the top of the iPad) and the home button (front of the iPad) at the same time

- After about 10-15 seconds, the unit will power off (do not do anything when the "slide to power off" screen appears, just keep holding the buttons)

- When the iPad turns back on, you will see the silver Apple appear on the screen. Continue holding down the home button but release the sleep button and immediatly plug the iPad into your computer running iTunes

- You should see a symbol appear on the iPad with a picture of a USB cable with an arrow pointing to the iTunes logo. iTunes will then say that it detected an iPad in recovery mode.

- Let iTunes restore the device. It will download a fresh copy of firmware, install it, and verify the SW.
NOTE: This may take a while. iTunes needs to download about 500MB from the Apple server, then it will start the loader on the iPad, and load the OS.

- After iTunes said that is successfully restored your device, you may get an error message saying the iPad isn't recognized and you're still at the screen with the USB cable and iTunes logo on the iPad. Don't sweat it. Unplug the iPad from the computer. Power off the iPad by holding the sleep button until you see the "slide to power off" - go ahead and slide to power off. Once it is shut down, push the sleep button again until it powers on.

- the iPad will come back to the familiar USB cable/iTunes logo. When it does, just plug it back into your computer and iTunes will activate the iPad.*

- if you had previously backed up your iPad, iTunes will tell you there is a backup and ask if you would like it restored. If you wish to do this, accept the prompt. This will also take some time. Note it will NOT put your apps, music, movies, TV shows, etc back on your iPad, just your settings and preferences.

- once the restore is complete, iTunes should recognize your iPad and you can pick your synching options (apps, music, movies, etc, etc) and have a blast! The only thing I noticed it doesn't retain is the page layouts for your apps, so either screen capture them before you begin, or write it down.

flipskee 3 juni 2012 20:35

Mijn iPad start helemaal niet op dus bij stap 2 loop ik al vast

Citaat:

Oorspronkelijk geplaatst door Beech43 (Bericht 799684)
Je hebt dit allemaal zo gedaan:
Steps:
- Sitting next to your computer, take your iPad (which should NOT be connected to your PC) and hold down the sleep button (on the top of the iPad) and the home button (front of the iPad) at the same time

- After about 10-15 seconds, the unit will power off (do not do anything when the "slide to power off" screen appears, just keep holding the buttons)

- When the iPad turns back on, you will see the silver Apple appear on the screen. Continue holding down the home button but release the sleep button and immediatly plug the iPad into your computer running iTunes

- You should see a symbol appear on the iPad with a picture of a USB cable with an arrow pointing to the iTunes logo. iTunes will then say that it detected an iPad in recovery mode.

- Let iTunes restore the device. It will download a fresh copy of firmware, install it, and verify the SW.
NOTE: This may take a while. iTunes needs to download about 500MB from the Apple server, then it will start the loader on the iPad, and load the OS.

- After iTunes said that is successfully restored your device, you may get an error message saying the iPad isn't recognized and you're still at the screen with the USB cable and iTunes logo on the iPad. Don't sweat it. Unplug the iPad from the computer. Power off the iPad by holding the sleep button until you see the "slide to power off" - go ahead and slide to power off. Once it is shut down, push the sleep button again until it powers on.

- the iPad will come back to the familiar USB cable/iTunes logo. When it does, just plug it back into your computer and iTunes will activate the iPad.*

- if you had previously backed up your iPad, iTunes will tell you there is a backup and ask if you would like it restored. If you wish to do this, accept the prompt. This will also take some time. Note it will NOT put your apps, music, movies, TV shows, etc back on your iPad, just your settings and preferences.

- once the restore is complete, iTunes should recognize your iPad and you can pick your synching options (apps, music, movies, etc, etc) and have a blast! The only thing I noticed it doesn't retain is the page layouts for your apps, so either screen capture them before you begin, or write it down.


arjan95 3 juni 2012 22:12

Batterij dood? ga er mee naar de winkel zou ik zeggen


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