Troubleshooting


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Troubleshooting

Wonderful as the iPad is, it can occasionally behave in confounding ways, refusing to charge, failing to show the onscreen keyboard, becoming suddenly mute, becoming unresponsive, or just generally acting in a funky way. In this movie, we'll look at common cures for a misbehaving iPad. Your iPad needs power to work, and that power often comes from the batteries found inside the device. You have plugged it into your computer's USB port, yet it tells you that it's not charging. So what's going on? The iPad, unlike the iPhone and iPod, requires 10 watts of charging goodness while the iPad is awake.

On older computers, the USB 2.0 port doesn't provide that much power, and so the iPad won't charge while it's awake. Fortunately, the iPad tells you so, with its not charging message in the top- right corner of the display. Now I keep emphasizing this 'while it's awake' business, because these ports will charge an iPad when it's asleep, though more slowly ...

Troubleshooting
Video duration: 6m 29s 4h 17m Appropriate for all Updated Feb 21, 2013

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Troubleshooting provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Christopher Breen as part of the iPad Tips and Tricks (2010)

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