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I first had this problem on my iPad Air first generation 2 years ago. Went to Apple Store. They told me it's a hardware issue and offered to trade in for a refurbished device for which I had to pay a couple of hundred dollars. Being a geek that I am, I refused to believe that because I know Apple products don't spoil after a year. So I spent many, many hours doing the restores etc and finally using Reiboot I got it working! Hurray!!
 
9 months later, same thing happened again. This time I tried everything I did before but no luck. I forgot about it. Just today (6mths later), I thought about giving it a try. I spent 30mins and I came to this website where for the first time I read that USB cables could be a culprit. So I swapped the cable to an iPhone cable. Now I can see the progress with different errors this time but still I wasn't able to restore and the progress bar wasn't moving. In the past, once I see the progress bar, the iPad reboots. So then I decided to give one last try and use my new iPad Air 2 USB cable. Lo and Behold!!! It Worked!!!
 
I just finished setting up my iPad Air and restored my settings from the iCloud!
AlliPad is working perfectly fine nownow!
AlliPad is working perfectly fine nownow!
 
Thank you to everyone on IFIXIT and especially TOBY JONES for mentioning that USB cables might be a culprit!!!

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I first had this problem on my iPad Air first generation 2 years ago. Went to Apple Store. They told me it's a hardware issue and offered to trade in for a refurbished device for which I had to pay a couple of hundred dollars. Being a geek that I am, I refused to believe that because I know Apple products don't spoil after a year. So I spent many, many hours doing the restores etc and finally using Reiboot I got it working! Hurray!!
 
9 months later, same thing happened again. This time I tried everything I did before but no luck. I forgot about it. Just today (6mths later), I thought about giving it a try. I spent 30mins and I came to this website where for the first time I read that USB cables cancould be a culprit. So I swapped the cable to an iPad AiriPhone cable. Now I can see the progress with different errors this time but still I wasn't able to restore and the progress bar wasn't moving. In the past, once I see the progress bar, the iPad reboots. So then I decided to give one last try and use my new iPad Air 2 USB. Walla!!!USB cable. Lo and Behold!!! It Worked!!!
9 months later, same thing happened again. This time I tried everything I did before but no luck. I forgot about it. Just today (6mths later), I thought about giving it a try. I spent 30mins and I came to this website where for the first time I read that USB cables cancould be a culprit. So I swapped the cable to an iPad AiriPhone cable. Now I can see the progress with different errors this time but still I wasn't able to restore and the progress bar wasn't moving. In the past, once I see the progress bar, the iPad reboots. So then I decided to give one last try and use my new iPad Air 2 USB. Walla!!!USB cable. Lo and Behold!!! It Worked!!!
 
Right now I am settingI just finished setting up my iPad Air and restoringrestored my settings from the iCloud!
All working fine now
Right now I am settingI just finished setting up my iPad Air and restoringrestored my settings from the iCloud!
All working fine now
 
Thank you to everyone on IFIXIT and especially TOBY JONES for mentioning that USB cables might be a culprit!!!
Thank you to everyone on IFIXIT and especially TOBY JONES for mentioning that USB cables might be a culprit!!!

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Aporte original por: Reo ,

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I first had this problem on my iPad Air first generation 2 years ago. Went to Apple Store. They told me it's a hardware issue and offered to trade in for a refurbished device for which I had to pay a couple of hundred dollars. Being a geek that I am, I refused to believe that because I know Apple products don't spoil after a year. So I spent many, many hours doing the restores etc and finally using Reiboot I got it working! Hurray!!

9 months later, same thing happened again. This time I tried everything I did before but no luck. I forgot about it. Just today (6mths later), I thought about giving it a try. I spent 30mins and I came to this website where for the first time I read that USB cables can be a culprit. So I swapped the cable to an iPad Air cable. Now I can see the progress with different errors this time but still I wasn't able to restore and the progress bar wasn't moving. In the past, once I see the progress bar, the iPad reboots. So then I decided to give one last try and use my iPad Air 2 USB. Walla!!! Worked!!!

Right now I am setting up my iPad Air and restoring from the iCloud!

Thank you TOBY JONES for mentioning USB cables might be a culprit!!!

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