My iPad was just playing up as I was trying to get Goodreader to email a rather large PDF file so I decided to switch it off and restart it.However now it looks like it's stuck with the spinning thing on it. Tried connecting it to iTunes but I get the error "iTunes could not connect to this iPhone because an unknown error occurred (0xE800065)"
There are three bars up in the left of the screen but when i go into the wifi settings it has a spinning circle and no check mark. I can not use the internet in safari or in any of my apps. The same thing happens with my iPod, my Mom's ipod, and all of my sibling's ipods.
the Ipad 2 I have is 6m old, there is a white spinning circle and it flips to the apple logo when I attempt to reboot the ipad and then back to the spinning circle. I have attempted to put the ipad on 2 different laptops and home pc to enable me to restore it, however the ipad is not recognised as a device on any of the other computers, all hardwares up to date on pc's as well as current version of the itunes etc. I keep getting the following error code:"Itunes could not connect to this ipad becuause an unknown error occured†0xE8000068"†
When I tried to power off my I pad 2 my screen has gone black but but power down circle logo is still showing on screen spinning but i pad not shutting off any ideas what I should do now been doing this for 30 mins now
When i turn the iPad completly off from the switch on top and then slide to shut down and after the little spinning ring dissapears after around 5 secs the device seem to be completly off...But when i decide to switch it back on say after 2 mins with the power switch on top the small spinning ring is still spinning and does this for around 5 secs again then goes blank, then i have to hit the power button again to start it up again, then the apple logo appears and starts to boot up.Has any one had this problem? Does it seem to be a software or hardware problem? Can someone try this with their iPad to see if it effects their deviceIt happens only say every 2 out of 5 reboots.
When i pull up itunes on my laptop the cursor just keeps on spinning and won't let me do anything. If there is an 'update' it seems to work ok. I am trying to learn how to sync things to my ipad from the laptop.
Occasionally when I turn my iPad off I get a spinning wheel for a number of seconds before it shuts down. Then when it is turned on again it spins again. The apple logo does not appear until it is turned on again. Is it some kind of house keeping being done by the system?
The cog wheel next to the signal strength indicator spins constantly when online or in any mail account. It won't stop even after all of the mail is loaded or the web page is displayed. I don't think this is normal and it seems to be depleting the battery.Information :MacBook Pro Mac OS X (10.6.3).
So I jailbroke my ipad with spirit and it worked great. Went into cydia and got sbsettings, hit respring, and then I get nothing. Now anything I do I just get the spinning cirle dashes. I have tried restoring, same thing. I tried dfu and holding both buttons, nothing works. If I plug it in the circle will continue to spin forever, without it plugged in it will got for 10 seconds if I hit a button and then go back off. What should I do??
I was using my ipad 2 when suddenly the screen turned blank (black) with a loading spinning wheel in the middle. I put it on charge for an hour now and it's still the same. I pressed the on/off button but nothin's happening.
I am really¬† upset because my ipad wont reset and it is stuck on the spinning wheel. I went on find my iphone and I reseted my ipad on that app and now it wont even turn back on I have tried everything and nothing works.
I have had this ipad for 8 months now, and the last month and a half it hasn't worked. This started 2 months ago when I was on it, and it blacked out and put a spinning white wheel in front. When I charged it with my iphone's adapter (because the ipad's one broke) then it worked again perfectly. Another night when I was trying to use it, it did the same thing again, but then it blacked out and spinned for hours, without even opening. It spins even after we charge it, or during then when it looses all of its battery it stops.
Sometimes when I press on a link for an internet site, my iPad takes me right there and the spinning wheel is gone in what seems like a fraction of a second. Other times, the spinning wheel never goes away. This is even though the web site opens and seems like it is "all there", ie, all the viewable material seems to be open. Other times, it seems as though maybe there is a box or area in the website that remains blank, like there is something there that is trying to open up and appear but doesn't. This latter experience seems to happen to me a lot at the New York Times website. Not so much when I press on the link that takes me to the Times' main page. But when I press on an article on the main page, the article will open but the spinning wheel just turns and turns and never goes away.
I have tried holding down the "home" button and "on-off" button at the same time. I have tried doing the reset under "settings". Neither of these approaches makes any difference.
So I guess I am wondering whether what I am describing necessarily is a flaw in my iPad or could it be that the sites for which the spinning wheel never goes away have a "flash" box on the page and so this is just something that all iPads experience on some web sites. Especially at the New York Times site?
When I power off and the moving or loading circle only takes couple of seconds it turns off properly. Sometimes when I power off and the moving moving circle takes longer and turns off it doesn't really turn it off because when I power on again the loading circle is there again powering off. Only then it turns it off. It's like two attempts before it powers off.
What's that small circle looking thing above the screen? First thought was some sort of sensor, but I really wouldn't know what the sensor would be used for. Is it just left over from the camera supposed to be there or something?