Why iPad not Connecting to iTunes?
- Reasons Why iPad not Detected by iTunes
You are doing the iPad to Mac Transfer, but the iPad not connecting to iTunes? If you happened the problem of iPad not connecting to iTunes, or iPad not detected by iTunes, this article may help. Following are the most common things which you can check to fix iPad not connecting to iTunes.
iPad not Connecting to iTunes - System Requirements
If you've ever synced an iPod or iPhone, then you will know about these. The computer you're syncing to must have iTunes version 9.1 or later, must support USB 2.0, and the Operating System must be Mac OS X (10.5.8 or later), Windows XP (with Service Pack 3), Windows Vista, or Windows 7.
iPad not Connecting to iTunes - Charge your iPad
If your iPad has a low or dead battery, then it won't show up in iTunes until it has a little bit of a charge. Charge the iPad for 10 minutes or so, then try to connect it again to see whether iPad not detected by iTunes.
iPad not Connecting to iTunes - Restart your iPad
To restart the iPad, hold the Sleep/Wake button until the red slider appears, then slide your finger on the slider to turn it off. Turn it back on by holding the Sleep/Wake button until the Apple logo appears.
iPad not Connecting to iTunes - Restart your computer
Restarting your computer can resolve any software/hardware issues that might be keeping your iPad from showing up in iTunes, and is always worth a shot.
iPad not Connecting to iTunes - Reinstall iTunes
If all else fails, try removing iTunes and reinstalling it to solve the problem of iPad not detected by iTunes.
After the problem of iPad not connecting to iTunes solved out, you can do the iPad Transfer with iTunes, or you can also try the iPad to Computer Transfer easily and freely.
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