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Current version by: azim ,

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I know it's kind of late to answer this but to anyone who have this issue, it's your charger cable, in the cable there are a few wires for different things, I don't know exactly which does what, but some of them are for charging , some of them are for USB connection , I think those wires for charging are damaged and when you plug it in , ipad thinks it's connected to the charger because of those wires that are not damaged yet...you should buy another charger cable, like I bought too many from that bastards,,do , every single month !
I know it's kind of late to answer this but to anyone who have this issue, it's your charger cable, in the cable there are a few wires for different things, I don't know exactly which does what, but some of them are for charging , some of them are for USB connection , I think those wires for charging are damaged and when you plug it in , ipad thinks it's connected to the charger because of those wires that are not damaged yet...you should buy another charger cable, like I bought too many from that bastards,,do , every single month !

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Original post by: azim ,

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I know it's kind of late to answer this but to anyone who have this issue, it's your charger cable, in the cable there are a few wires for different things, I don't know exactly which does what, but some of them are for charging , some of them are for USB connection , I think those wires for charging are damaged and when you plug it in , ipad thinks it's connected to the charger because of those wires that are not damaged yet...you should buy another charger cable, I bought too many from that bastards,,

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