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are you using windows XP?
so this is your new ipad?
so you are trying to restore it?
your new ipad is stuck on itunes?
on your new ipad, what does the screen say?
Please restart your ipad.
HOLD the power button (on /off) and home button for 10-12 seconds. Ignore the Turn off Message
Release the buttons when the apple logo appears.
now please go back to settings and icloud
try to do a backup
Please reset your ipad settings
On your ipad, go to Settings->General->Reset->Reset all settings (1st option). Your ipad will be restarted and you will be prompted to configure Language, Wifi, Location Service and iCloud. Then test your ipad again.Please let me know if these reset worked or not. Thank you.
Please stop the restore and reset.
Did you sync your old ipad to itunes on a computer?
so please connect your new ipad to computer
open iTunes and RIGHT CLICK on the ipad and select Restore from Backup.
This will restore all the info from your old ipad backup to this new ipad
When it is done with syncing, see if you can RIGHT CLICK on your ipad and select Restore from Backup.
Is your new ipad still syncing?
Please reset your ipad. HOLD the power and home buttons for 12 seconds. Ignore the Turn off Message. Release them when the apple logo appears. Then check to see if you can see apps and data on the new ipad.
So your ipad did the restore. If you don't see any thing else, you can always connect the new ipad to computer and click Sync again.
Sometimes because of the connection it does corrupt the syncing process.
I recommend my customers to do the restore on computer before using icloud sync
Yes only the first time. You don't have to connect to a computer since you are synced to icloud.
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