Restore ipod without updating version
Here's how to fix a bricked i Pad - most likely an i Pad 2 - that refuses to turn on after installing i OS 9.3. This is based on Apple's official advice, but we've added a few comments of our own that we hope will prove useful. Not a great solution if your nearest outlet is miles away, of course.) At this point it would be a good idea to back up your i Pad, either locally or to i Cloud, but if your device is totally unresponsive you may not be able to do so. Open i Tunes, and check you've got the latest version. Force your (still plugged-in) i Pad to restart by pressing and holding the power (Sleep/Wake) and Home buttons at the same time.Keep holding them down until you see the Recovery mode screen. i Tunes will now try to reinstall i OS "without erasing your data", Apple says, reassuringly.Selecting the new i Pad option will format your i Pad so it is like new and restoring it will retrieve your data again.On the off chance that you adore redesigning your i Phone, i Pad, i Pod Touch to keep all steady run, i OS 11.3 must be the firmware now you are in perspective of.
But that's nothing compared to the recent experience of some i Pad 2 owners, who found that their tablets wouldn't turn on at all after installing i OS 9.3.After i OS 9.3 is done downloading, you will need to repeat step 3.