If you have an iPad Pro and the onscreen keyboard is not working, there are so many ways you can use to fix that yourself. However, you can still fix the Smart keyboard as well. Below, we will be showing you the simple step to fix any iPad keyboard that is not working fine.
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How To Fix iPad Pro Onscreen Keyboard Not Working
Force Restart iPad
A simple force restart can fix that keyboard that is not working fine on your iPad. To force restart your iPad Pro, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Press and hold the home button and the Power button simultaneously at least for 10 seconds.
Step 2: Release them when the Apple logo appears on the screen.
Reset All Settings
If the restart didn’t fix the keyboard, then you should reset the iPad settings. This method will fix any bug on the iPad, so it’s recommendable.
Step 1: Go to Settings App on your iPad and then tap on “General.”
Step 2: Scroll down until you see “Reset” and then select “Reset All Settings.”
Restore iPad From iTunes
Restoring iPad from iTunes is one of the best troubleshooting for iPad most problems.
You can use this method to fix many bugs on the iPad. Below is how to restore your iPad from iTunes.
Step 1: Connect your iPad to the computer and open iTunes.
Step 2: Now Select your iPad when it appears in iTunes.
Step 3: Click on “Restore iPad” option and follow the rest onscreen instructions to fix your iPad.
How To Fix Smart Keyboard not working on iPad
Check the Connection.
Before we start any troubleshooting, you need to check the connection very well. Make sure that the keyboard doesn’t have dust and debris on it. Most importantly, you should make sure that the plastic covering the connector pins or even the smart connector is free of dust. After checking and you found out that nothing is hindering the connection between the smart keyboard and the iPad. Then follow below troubleshooting.
Disconnect Smart Keyboard a Reconnect
Disconnecting the Smart keyboard and reconnecting it again may fix the problem.
To do this, just make sure that the keyboard is well connected and that the iPad is detecting the Smart keyboard. To know if your iPad is detecting the smart keyboard, launched the Onscreen Keyboard while the Smart keyboard is connected, then disconnect the Smart keyboard and if it disappears, then your iPad os detecting the smart keyboard.
Check The Internet Connection
Poor WiFi or Internet Connection can cause the iPad Pro to fail to recognize the smart keyboard. So you need to test your internet connection first and if it’s weak, you may have a problem connecting your iPad to your keyboard.
We hope one of the solution above help you to fix the iPad keyboard not working.