How to Fix iPad Freeze After iOS 9 Update

As the iOS 9 release online, some of the iPad users may update their iOS system to iOS 9 in order to experience it. However, not every update is a perfect update. There are still some bugs while updating iPad to iOS 9, such as the frozen iPad. That is to say, some iPad freezes after updating to iOS 9. Here in this article, we will tell you how to fix iPad freeze after iOS 9 update in 3 ways. You can try one of them and keep on using iPad with iOS 9 system.

Tricks 1: Attempt a hard reboot

You can make use of the hard reboot after the issue occurs. How to use the hard reboot? At first, hold down the Home button and Power button at the same time until you see the Apple logo. Keep holding two buttons down for at least 30 buttons. If nothing happens, you have to ask for other workable methods for help in order to continue using your iPad.

Tricks 2: Insert a Wall Outlet

This is the second possible way to fix your iPad. You can just charge your iPad into outlet and then your frozen iPad is about to be triggered. Wait for about 15 minutes, if your iPad is still not responding, you had better ask for other tricks.

Tricks 3: Freeware: Reiboot

The last alternative you can use is the Reiboot. It is designed to help with you in and out of iOS device recovery mode. You won’t lose any data while using Reiboot. Except for fixing the frozen iPad, you can even use this freeware when your iOS devices get stuck in iTunes logo or Apple logo. It supports Windows and Mac.

Well, to use this freeware, you just need to download and install Reiboot from its official website or other download center. And then connect your iPad to computer, open the software and to choose “Enter Recovery Mode” or “Exit Recovery Mode” button.


How to Recover Deleted iPad Photos/Messages/Notes after iOS 9 update

iPad data lost after iOS 9 beta update? Don’t worry, iPad data recovery is a powerful tool for us users to recover lost photos, messages, notes, call history, videos, etc. from iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPad min, iPad 4/3/2 after iOS 9 update. It offers 3 ways to help you recover deleted iPad data: recover lost data from iPad without backup, retrieve deleted iPad data from iTunes backup file and restore iPad data from iCloud backup. In this article, I will tell you how to recover deleted iPad photos/messages/notes after iOS 9 update.

Way 1: Recover Lost iPad Photos/Messages/Notes Directly without iTunes Backup Files

Step 1: Connect iPad to Computer with a USB Cable
Download and run iPad Data Recovery. Connect your iPad with your PC and click "Recover Data from iPad" mode.
Step 2: Scan iPad Data
Click "Start Scan" to scan lost data you need on iPad.
Step 3: Preview and Recover Data from iPad
Select your deleted iPad photos/messages/notes/call history/videos to preview. Then choose you need and click "Recover". At last, select a save path to restore your lost data from your iPad.

Way 2: Retrieve Lost iPad Photos/Messages/Notes from iTunes Backup Files

Step 1: Scan iTunes Backup File

Select "Recover Data from iTunes Backup File". Select your file and click "Start Scan".
Tips: If your iTunes backup is locked by a wrong password or you forgot your iTunes password, please try iPhone Backup Unlocker to unlock your password first.
Step 2: Preview and Recover Deleted iPad Data
Select the lost data to preview. Choose the ones you like and click "Recover" button. Then select a save path to recover deleted iPad photos/messages/notes/call history/videos.
Way 3: Restore Photos/Messages/Notes from iCloud Backup Files

You can also restore lost iPad data after iOS 9 update from iCloud backup. The steps are also very easy: Login into iCloud account>>Select and download iCloud backup>>Preview and select the lost photos/messages/notes on iPad.

Hope you can have a nice experience! And if you want to recover lost iPhone 6/6 Plus/5/5s/4s/4 photos/sms/contacts/notes and more after iOS 9 upgrade, iPhone data recovery free is a best choice.