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T###Open the Settings app on one device, tap your name to open the Apple ID screen, then select iCloud. Turn on the toggle switches next to every category of app and content that you want to sync between the iPhone and iPad. Repeat this process with the second device.
For that reason, how can I connect my iPad to WIFI?
Connect to Wi-Fi on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
From your Home screen, go to Settings > Wi-Fi.
Turn on Wi-Fi. Your device will automatically search for available Wi-Fi networks.
Tap the name of the Wi-Fi network that you want to join. Before you can join the network, you might be asked to enter the network's password or agree to terms and conditions.
In every case, how do I connect an iPad to a computer? Connect iPad via Wi-Fi
Connect your iPad or iPad mini to your computer.
In iTunes, when your tablet appears in the Devices list, click it. ...
In the Summary tab, select the Sync with this iPad over Wi-Fi check box.
Click Apply. ...
Disconnect your iPad or iPad mini.
More than that, why can't I pair my iPhone with my iPad?
Make sure that iOS software is up to date. On your iOS device, go to Settings then Bluetooth and make sure that Bluetooth is on. If you can't turn on Bluetooth or you see a spinning gear, restart your iOS device. Unpair the Bluetooth accessory and put it back in discovery mode, then try to pair it again.
When your iPad won't connect to Wi-Fi, there is often a simple fix. Check and reset your Wi-Fi router and modem first when your iPad won't connect to Wi-Fi. If your router and modem are functioning fine, you should check and reset your iPad's Wi-Fi connection and network settings.
Still can't connect? Reset your Network Settings. Tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset Network Settings. This also resets Wi-Fi networks and passwords, cellular settings, and VPN and APN settings that you've used before.
Plug it into iTunes Several repair technicians have said that, in many cases, the “could not activate” issue is tied to an iPad being set to the wrong date or time — usually manually. Since you can't change the time zone when an iOS device is in a bugged activation process, you'll have to use iTunes.
Make sure that your Bluetooth accessory and iOS or iPadOS device are close to each other. Turn your Bluetooth accessory off and back on again. Make sure that your Bluetooth accessory is on and fully charged or connected to power. If your accessory uses batteries, see if they need to be replaced.
For Android phones, go to Settings > System > Advanced> Reset Options > Reset Wi-fi, mobile & Bluetooth. For iOS and iPadOS device, you'll have to unpair all of your devices (go to Setting > Bluetooth, select the info icon and and choose Forget This Device for each device) then restart your phone or tablet.
On an iPad, or an X-series iPhone, swipe down from the top-right corner; on other devices swipe up from the bottom of the screen. In iOS 11 or later, you should now tap Screen Mirroring, then select Apple TV. (If you're still using iOS 10, tap AirPlay, then select Apple TV.) ... Look for the AirPlay icon in apps.
In most cases, the "Cannot Connect to Server" message means that your iPad is having a problem connect to the Internet. A weak wireless network signal and disabling your iPad's Wi-Fi features are examples of problems that can cause the connection error to display.
On Android devices, check your settings to make sure the device's airplane mode is off and that Wi-Fi is on. 3. Another network adapter related issue for computers could be that your network adapter driver is out of date. Essentially, computer drivers are pieces of software telling yourcomputer hardware how to work.