IOS5 ipad 1
Hi everyone.I amsearching for help and found your sitealong with someone who has the same issue I encounteredafter downloading IOS5 tomu gen 1 ipad.I can not get my email accounts .. nor can i get into the settings to add passwords or change email accounts....do not have contactapp available either....really upsets me as I had become really found of the ease of all email accounts on the ipad.Can anyonehelp give insite....have restored and tried everything....I m stuck!!
Try rebooting the iPad by pressing and holding the Power and Home buttons for about 6-9 seconds until the white Apple logo appears. The iPad will reboot. If the problem persists have a look at our Troubleshooting iOS5 thread in the iOS section of the Forum.
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Apple - Support - Manuals
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It sounds like Restrictions may be activated. Are the email, contacts, etc. grayed out? If so...
Originally Posted by bobtaill
Open Settings App > General > Restrictions > Tap on "Disable Restrictions" and enter your passcode if needed > Accounts > Tap "Allow Changes". That should make all of those apps and settings active again.
If you're "missing" any apps, be sure to check all of your screens (swipe left on the home screen as needed) as some new apps were added during the upgrade causing some existing apps to be moved. Also check inside your folders for any missing apps.
Hope that helps and let us know how it goes!
Great suggestion, Rich..should have thought of that...:(
I happened to note that someone else had a similar issue recently and it came to mind. I don't know why the upgrade would have changed the Restrictions settings, but you never know! :)
Originally Posted by Tim SPRACKLEN