“Help, My iPad Air screen is completely frozen. i cannot do anything. I tried turning it off but i it won't, anyone can help me?”
"I try to update my iPad Pro to iOS 11 beta 2 but it unfornately gets stuck on recovery mode during iOS 11update. Worse still, iTunes can't recognize my iPad in recovery mode. Please help me"
Have you ever face the situation that your iPad became unresponsive, even completely freezing when you try to open/install an App, or iPad gets stuck on the recovery mode/DFU mode/Apple logo/black screen, etc during iOS upgrade/jailbreak. In these cases, a simply restart cannot reboot your iPad. Here we share 2 easy ways for you to reboot frozen iPad Pro/Air 2/Air/4/3/2/ and iPad mini 4/3/2.
Sometimes, your iPad becomes frozen or stuck may due to apps conflicts or corrupted memory left by apps. In this case, a force restart can easily close apps that causing issues and flush the memory the iPad uses for active applications.
In most cases you fix frozen iPad by force restarting it, but some more complex problems like iPad gets bricked after iOS 11 update can't be solved by a simple force restart. In this case, a professional iOS reboot tool like Free ReiBoot can easily fix your iPad stuck on recovery mode, DFU mode, Apple logo, white screen, black screen, etc. especially during/after iOS 11 update/downgrade.
If steps above still cannot get your iPad out of stuck, try to use "Fix All iOS Stuck" feature on ReiBoot to repair the corrupted operating system to get your iPad a fresh start.
Still, it might be good for you to know how to reduce the probability that iPad/iPhone/iPod touch lack of reaction.
Now you can choose a suitable one to fix your frozen or stuck iPad easily. We the solutions outlined here would help you solve your problem.comments powered by Disqus