How do I get my iPad out of locked mode?

If your iPad has Face ID:

  1. Press and hold the Top button and one of the Volume buttons until the “power off” slider appears.
  2. Hold the Top button while you connect your iPad to your computer.
  3. Keep holding the Top button until the Recovery Mode screen appears.
  4. In iTunes, click the Restore button.

What causes an iPad to lock up?

A battery issue might be the cause of the iPad freezing up. You can remedy this by charging it. Plug it into a wall outlet and see if that seems to be making any difference. Ideally, you should plug in your device and let it charge for at least an hour before you have decided whether the effort has worked or not.

Why can’t I unlock my iPad?

Do a hard reset and let it restart. Try this. Reboot the iPad by holding down on the sleep and home buttons at the same time for about 10-15 seconds until the Apple Logo appears – ignore the red slider – let go of the buttons.

How do I hard reset my iPad?

If a power cycle does not resolve your issue, you may need to perform a hard reset. To do so press and hold the Sleep/Wake button and Home button until the Apple logo will appear and iPad will reset.

Why is my iPad frozen on the lock screen?

Answer: A: By restarted it do you mean a soft-reset : press and hold both the sleep and home buttons for about 10 to 15 seconds (ignore the red slider if it appears), after which the Apple logo should appear (you won’t lose any content, it’s the iPad equivalent of a reboot).

Why is iPad not responding to touch?

Restart your iPhone or iPad. Make sure that your screen is clean and free of any debris or water. Disconnect any Lightning or USB-C accessories. If your screen works after removing an accessory, try using a different outlet, cable, or charger.

How do I unlock the touchscreen on my iPad?

To unlock the screen, press the “Home” button or the “Sleep/Wake” button to wake it up. Slide your finger across the “Slide to Unlock” message at the bottom of the screen and follow the prompts to unlock the device using your passcode, Touch ID or alphanumeric password.

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