Ipad Can’t Connect To Ibooks
iBooks is the iOS app that makes sure you will be able to use your iPad in order to read eBooks on the go. With its help you can download and read books. For the download part you will be using the iBookstore that makes available classics as well as best sellers. The other good news is that within the interface of iBooks you will be able to organize your downloaded eBooks in bookshelf style. In addition, when reading books using this iOS app you will be able to flip pages using swipes or taps and add bookmarks and notes.
Until now everything sounds good. The only problem is that from time to time the iBooks app chooses to be stubborn and be the sources of errors. One of the errors that we are aware of can actually prevent your iPad from using the capabilities of iBooks. In this case you usually get an error message that looks something like this: “There is a problem with the configuration of your iPad. Please restore with iTunes and reinstall iBooks”. If this error is ever displayed on your iPad you shouldn’t hurry to take the advice and restore with iTunes. What you should do instead is try a more user-friendly solution that’s known to help users regain access to iBooks. What you are supposed to do is first of all exit iBooks. In the next step you will have to double click the Home button and tap and hold the iBooks icon available in the Fast App Switcher dock until the icons start jiggling. You will then be able to use the x displayed in one of the icon’s corners in order to force quit iBooks. You can then return to the home screen by pressing the Home button and re-launch iBooks.
If the simple procedure described above doesn’t provide the expected results you should also consider restarting the iPad you own or syncing it to iTunes. The main idea is that restoring the device should be your last resort. About the causes of this issue I can’t tell you much because they aren’t known. Some say that they appear only on jailbroken iPads, others think that multiple iTunes accounts can also be considered a source, but in the end the situation remains the same: there’s a bug that needs to be fixed.
The bad news is that it’s not the only one. Many users of the iPad’s iBooks app have also been confronted with disappearing eBooks. If you can no longer find your downloaded eBooks on your iBookshelf you shouldn’t worry at all. You should just try re-downloading them. Fortunately the Apple Store allows re-downloads at no extra charge.
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