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From iPad to another iPad

Posted on 2014-01-19
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iPad 7.0.4

Want to back up data
(
Web history
Apps
App passwords
Email accounts
)

so I can populate another empty iPad same model with current data

I can not even find itunes app on two screens

I can find music icon asking me if I want to buy music radio
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Question by:rgb192
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Connect iPad containing data to computer running iTunes.
In iTunes (on computer), select "back up".

Connect empty iPad to same computer.
In iTunes (on computer), select "restore from backup".

Alternatively, back up iPad #1 to iCloud.
Restore iPad #2 from iCloud.
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by:hecgomrec
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If you don't have a backup yet do this:

Select what you want to backup on settings, icloud. Then click on backup now.

Wait until the backup finish .

If you already have a backup:

Go to the new device

Follow the initial steps in the iOS Setup Assistant (select your language, and so on).

When prompted the assistant process ask you Select Restore from iCloud Backup,
and select the backup you created earlier.


You can restore a backup only by using the iOS Setup Assistant, If you've already set up your device,  go to Settings > General > Reset > Erase All Content and Settings and perform the process described above.

If you still need more info go here.
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by:Aditya Arora
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Hello,

please refer the below discussion for same.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Apple/Hardware/iPad/Q_28332086.html 

Thanks Aditya
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by:rgb192
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I like these answers the best for more clarification from my original question.

Thanks.
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