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"On startup apple logo and turns off --loop!" için yanıtSame happened to me, I connected the iPad to iTunes and put into DFU mode, ran the “Update” option (didn’t want to restore if i didn’t have to), and it worked! If update doesn’t work, I suggest trying the “restore” option that pops up. Will wipe all data and setup as new iPad, requiring you to enter your Apple ID and password (if applicable) to set it up again. Instrux for DFU mode: These instructions work for all iPhone models before iPhone 7 (iPhone 6s and earlier, including 1st-generation iPhone SE), along with all models of iPad (with Home Button) and iPod touch. (1) Plug in your iPad or iPod touch to your Mac or Windows PC. (2) Make sure that iTunes (macOS Mojave) or Finder (macOS Catalina and later) is running. (3) Turn Off your iPad or iPod touch if it isn't already. (3.1) Press and hold down the On/Off button for 3 seconds. (3.2) Swipe the slide to power off slider to the right. (4) Source: iMore (5) After the device has been turned off, press and hold down the On/Offbutton on the top of your...