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iPad Crashes and then White bar at the top of screen

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have a weird problem with an iPad Air where it crashes after a little bit of use. I wasn’t able to figure out how much use it takes, but I got it to crash twice during a pass mark test. It crashes and shows the apple logo, then it starts to fade away and shows a white bar at the top of the screen. After you let it sit for a while, you can use it normally till it crashes again. I have attached some pics of the white bar.

Any ideas?

 

Thanks

 

 

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Put it in Recovery Mode.

 

Recovery mode involves holding the power and home buttons until you get the apple logo and then let go of the Power button but keep holding the home button until you get a ITunes image logo.

connect it to your computer with iTunes installed and factory reset the IPad.

 

if that doesn’t work, It might be the NAND flash Memory inside of the iPad itself.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Alienware 15 R2 said:

Put it in Recovery Mode.

 

Recovery mode involves holding the power and home buttons until you get the apple logo and then let go of the Power button but keep holding the home button until you get a ITunes image logo.

connect it to your computer with iTunes installed and factory reset the IPad.

 

if that doesn’t work, It might be the NAND flash Memory inside of the iPad itself.

Yeah, I've already factory reset it. So there's basically nothing I can do?


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No but maybe?

Is it crashing when you Turn it on?

if so it’s the NAND flash inside.

 

If you want to repair it you need to buy the entire logic board with the NAND flash inside of it and replace it.

 

 

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