Method 1: AssistiveTouch
AssistiveTouch is a feature on your iPad that allows you to access certain functions using gestures. One of these functions is restarting your device. Here’s how to use AssistiveTouch to restart your iPad without power button.
Step 1: Enable AssistiveTouch
To enable AssistiveTouch, go to Settings > General > Accessibility > AssistiveTouch. Toggle the switch to turn it on.
Step 2: Access AssistiveTouch Menu
Tap the AssistiveTouch button on your screen to access the menu. Tap Device > More > Restart to restart your iPad without power button.
Method 2: Using a Computer
If you have a computer, you can use it to restart your iPad without power button. Here’s how to do it.
Step 1: Connect your iPad to your Computer
Connect your iPad to your computer using a USB cable.
Step 2: Open iTunes
Open iTunes on your computer and select your iPad from the list of devices.
Step 3: Restart your iPad
Click on the “Summary” tab and then click on “Restart” to restart your iPad without power button.
Q: Can I still turn on my iPad if the power button is not working?
Yes, you can still turn on your iPad by plugging it into a power source or by connecting it to a computer.
Q: Why is my power button not working?
Your power button may not be working due to a hardware issue or a software issue. Try restarting your iPad using the methods mentioned above to see if it resolves the issue.
Q: Can I still take screenshots if my power button is not working?
Yes, you can still take screenshots on your iPad by using the AssistiveTouch feature.
Restarting your iPad is important when you encounter issues with your device. If your power button is not working, you can still restart your iPad using the methods mentioned above. Enabling AssistiveTouch and using a computer are two ways to restart your iPad without power button.