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originally posted by: ColaTesla
Its switched off due to Built up pressure in one of the flux cores, Its supposed to automatically release the pressure but sometimes it doesn't and switches into a safe mode as a precautionary measure, Luckily Apple incorporate a way to do this manually, If you set the ipad face up on the floor and stand on it with both feet it will engage a small relief valve just behind the screen that will vent the pressure from the flux core, You might need to do this several times.
Any more computing problems just hit me up, im always glad to help
Connect the USB cable to your computer, but leave the other end unplugged.
Turn off your new iPad completely.
While pressing and holding the Home button, plug your new iPad to your computer.
Continue to hold the home button until you see a "Connect to iTunes screen" on your new iPad or until iTunes detects your device.
Once iTunes detects your device, you will see a message stating that iTunes has found a device currently in recovery mode. And after a while the iPad will be back to normal.