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Yeah 1 in 100 would be pretty normal for an app crash, but hopefully not to cause the device to reboot. I guess if it was the same 2 or 3 apps, but I got the impression it was nearly all of them.

Hmm, I think I found a culprit that is causing it, but I am not going to delete it.
It is Zombies Ate My Friend's game.
    
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Hmm, I think I found a culprit that is causing it, but I am not going to delete it.
It is Zombies Ate My Friend's game.

Worst case, turn on iCloud backups for your apps and then reinstall the game. It's worth a shot.
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I have an iPad 2 its serial dates it back to 2012, just one of few last batches prior to Apple making the 3rd one... I have had it for 2 years and it works well. I have replaced its digitizer and honestly I think being able to have parts one can replace it makes it a good tablet. New screen cost like 25 or less on ebay. You just need a heat gun and some adhessive and good to go! Although My adhessive was not too good, had to get case to keep stuff in place. Too lazy to re do adhessive haha

Black iPad 2 WIFI 16GB iOS 8.1.3 and lags a bit. I have disabled everything that I could turn off. All notifications off, all spotlight off, bluetooth off, location services off, reduce motion on, auto refresh apps off. I'm glad it still gets updates from Apple and hope that 8.2 runs just as good as 8.1 on it. But nothing can compare to iOS 6 speed. I had mine on 6 just couple weeks ago but all apps need new software now so I had to update... When it was on iOS 6 it ran just as fast as Ipad AIr 2 on iOS 8. After updating now my iPad 2 runs 3 times slower lol

I also have another iPad 2 32GB black. Its Apple iD locked, restored it and it got locked. This is why not to buy stuff online. Unable to use it, good condition keeping it as parts to fix mine. But if someone could help me out with unlocking it would be nice....
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There is no way to remove the Activation Lock from an iOS device other than to enter the credentials of the Apple ID with which it was locked. I'm afraid you're out of luck with that one mate.

Have you tried contacting the seller?
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There is no way to remove the Activation Lock from an iOS device other than to enter the credentials of the Apple ID with which it was locked. I'm afraid you're out of luck with that one mate.

Have you tried contacting the seller?

I read awhile back some people where doing it by using some hacked server and just adding that ip to their hosts files. Sadly I am unable to find any server that does it and who ever had the software for it just vanished. lol So there is a way but for common noobs like me its impossible. The issue with those was that if you restore them after they would lock up again.

No seller was no help. In the past jailbreak used to bypass activations like in iOS 2,3,4, and even 5. But since 6 they haven't. I was hoping newer versions would do it. I have seen people put WIndows 98 on an iPad so whatever people put their minds into is possible. Now if only I was a super geek and knew better programming lol
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I also have another iPad 2 32GB black. Its Apple iD locked, restored it and it got locked. This is why not to buy stuff online. Unable to use it, good condition keeping it as parts to fix mine. But if someone could help me out with unlocking it would be nice....

I accidentally locked myself out of my iPad Mini last year. I ended up having to install iTunes and initiate a full reset, which wiped everything and basically clean installed iOS 7.
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I accidentally locked myself out of my iPad Mini last year. I ended up having to install iTunes and initiate a full reset, which wiped everything and basically clean installed iOS 7.

This one is a bit different. Starting with iOS 7, Apple introduced 'Activation Lock'. This in short, means that the device in question is locked to the Apple ID credentials that turned on the "Find My iDevice" feature in the iCloud settings menu.

Even with a complete restore using iTunes, the device will retain it's Activation Lock and can only be activated using those original credentials.
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I accidentally locked myself out of my iPad Mini last year. I ended up having to install iTunes and initiate a full reset, which wiped everything and basically clean installed iOS 7.

This one is a bit different. Starting with iOS 7, Apple introduced 'Activation Lock'. This in short, means that the device in question is locked to the Apple ID credentials that turned on the "Find My iDevice" feature in the iCloud settings menu.

Even with a complete restore using iTunes, the device will retain it's Activation Lock and can only be activated using those original credentials.

That seems kind of pointless. Does Apple think everybody has the money for a new iDevice when they want one?
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That seems kind of pointless. Does Apple think everybody has the money for a new iDevice when they want one?

Other than the fact that yes, they probably do thumb.gif - it was introduced to combat the large number of devices that would be stolen and sold on.
As Activation Lock becomes common knowledge, thieves will be deterred because they know the unit is essentially bricked in anyone else's hands.

User's selling their products legitimately, NEED to turn off Find My iPhone/iPad etc. prior to shipping the device to avoid these issues. If FMi is turned off, the Activation Lock is removed.
So - it's a USER ENABLED feature!
It also means people MUST remember their Apple ID password.
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