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4 Simple Tricks & Tips For Your Ipad That Won’t Charge

Ipads are one out of the many different and convenient pieces of technology that have been designed & created for the convenience of people. It is known for its compatible size and easy carriage while on the go, and is always ready and there when needed. But unlike the iPhone, an iPad can run and allow you to manage two apps side-by-side, which provides more flexibility in how you can operate the device while completing tasks. Due to its larger & wider screen, an iPad can accomplish things that aren’t as easy to complete on an iPhone, such as operating Excel or Word. Besides making calls, the iPad is better for just about every task. But what if you are being prevented from the use of your iPad? That is why we have a few simple tricks that should do the job and get you back on track in no time!

Check Charging Port

Before coming to the conclusion that your device isn’t any good it is recommended and safer to check your charging port for any unwanted dust, lint, or any other debris in your Ipad port that can prevent it from charging properly. You can check by shining a light or flashlight directly into the port to see if there is anything located or blocking the entrance of the device’s port, if there is something located inside of the charging port use canned air or an anti-static brush to remove it. Take note that this is only recommended for you to take it out by yourself and clean it for only minor blockage in your port, such as particles of dust. But if you notice there is a piece of something stuck further down inside of your charging port please do not take any further steps into attempting to take it out and check in with one of our tech professionals at HitechPhoneRepair.DC, located at 4520 Benning Rd SE, Washington, DC 20019 at Benco Shopping Center.

Restart The Device

A second trick is to restart the device. If you already completed the first step and apprehended that there aren’t any pieces or remains that are clogging/blocking your device’s port entrance and would like to double-check there it isn’t a software issue within the Ipad, hold down the power button then slide the button that appears on your (IOS) screen to fully power it off. Let it sit for 2 to 5 minutes after powering it off, then now proceed to turn it on and see if it will charge. Even try a different outlet and charger several times, but if it becomes clear there is a technical issue with your Ipad and still will not charge, turn it in as soon as possible for a charger port repair at HitechPhoneRepair.DC or even give us a call (202) 450-1105 for a quick response and quality service from a professional.

Power Off Device While Charging

If you constantly use your iPad while it charges, this could probably be one of the sources the is causing this difficulty you are facing – any heavy apps can quickly blitz through any battery power you gain. Turning off your Ipad before placing it to charge could probably be the solution you might need. If the problem still shows, contact us at (202) 450-1105 for quality customer service and we will be happy to answer your technical questions.

Try Different Charging Cable

Charging cables especially some third-party cables can sometimes tend to fail. Yours might just look completely fine, but that does not mean it is in good shape or working order. Before taking your iPad to one of our experts, try using a different charging cable and see if it solves the problem