iPad is a
very sophisticated tablet PC which can perform various multitasking works and
store a lot of data in its internal memory. Like every other electronic gadget,
the data stored in iPad is also prone to be lost due to simple reasons like
device crash, file corruption etc. It is always recommended to backup iPad data
so that you can restore the lost data from backup in any data loss situation.
Now, the question arises how to backup iPad data successfully.
If you have configured your iPad to sync automatically
with iTunes on a specific computer, iTunes will back up the iPad after you
connect it to that computer and sync with iTunes. iTunes will not automatically
back up an iPad that is not configured to sync with that computer. iTunes makes
only one backup each time you connect, even if you sync multiple times before
If you protect your iPad with a passcode, you will be
prompted to enter the passcode when you connect to iTunes. Once you enter the
passcode successfully, iTunes will recognize that device as authorized and you
will not require your passcode to back up or sync.
If you do not have your iPad sync automatically when
connected, iTunes will create a backup when you choose to sync.
Right-click (or Control-click) the iPad in iTunes under
Devices and choose Back Up.
If you choose to update the software, iTunes will back up
the iPad automatically.
If you choose to restore the software to factory
settings, iTunes will ask you if you want to back up the iPad.
After restoring your iPad software to factory settings,
iTunes will show a Set Up Your iPad screen. If you choose to “Restore from the
back up of”, iTunes makes a copy of the backup you chose to restore from and
that copy is marked in the syncing preferences of iTunes with the data and time
when the backup was created.
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