Having iPhone turned on is one of the major problems that users of iPhone do experience as they get to experience being stuck on the black screen or even the logo of Apple itself. Are you among those having this problem? Then it is possible to have different methods tried out so as to see which will favour you the most. The first thing that you may need to do is to have your phone recharged. However, should the problem continue, you will have to make use of iTunes' latest version. Have your device connected to your system and then you can have it restored from there. There are tools as well as applications that can help you to overcome this problem. For instance; iSkysoft iPhone Data Recovery application can help you to solve any problem if iPhone Won't Turn on After Reset.
In fact, you can use your backup files that stored in your iTunes or iCloud accounts to restore an iPad. However, you cannot get some detail files directly from these backup files. This is the reason why you need an effective restoration tool which is able to extract the detail data in these backup files to restore your iPad and make them back to the normal working condition. And if you use an iPad restoration tool, it's possible for you to get all your data such as contact, emails, calendar data, apps and other documents back to your iPad, so that you can continue using your iPad which has been disable like as the normal one again. Read this article, it will tell you how to restore your disable iPad in different ways.
What's the error 9/3014/3194 when I restore my iPad? How to solve it?
The changes of operating system files are the direct cause of why the error happens when you are trying to restore your iPad. Let me explain each error to you first: Error 9 is caused by an ASR patch which changes the SHA signature; Error 3014 is caused by a bad Hosts file which blocks the connection between your iPad and the Apple Server; Error 3194 occurs when you installed older firmware but the Apple Server disallows the restoration. Seems it's very complicated but in fact, all these errors can be easily fixed by several simple steps.
My iPad cannot be restored! Who can help me!!
Actually it is a common problem that iPad users may meet when they use their iPad. At first, we need to know why the iPad cannot be restored. There are several reasons such as operating system errors, the communications issues between your iPad and computer or Apple Server. Most of the problem is caused by the last reason, the communication issues. However, you don't need to be anxious about this, there are several solutions to solve this issue like updating your operating system files on your computer. And also there are other practical solutions, continue to read and learn.