I have my iPad Air 1st generation, and today I decided (because of some reasons) to make a factory reset, in order to do it I followed the next steps:
find my ipad
- disconnected from the iCloud
- factory reset
After this I got the very first iOS screen with the
Hello word, then I chose the WiFi network and clicked
Next then I got an error
Your iPad could not be activated because the activation server is temporarily unavailable. Try connecting your iPad to iTunes to activated it or try again in a couple of minutes. If this problem persists, contact Apple support at apple.com/support.
In order to solve it, I tried a few different ways such as connect to another wifi network, put a sim card inside, connect to iTunes, but nothing helps.
Also, I found a tutorial where describes how to activate the iPad with external tools where I need to connect my device then click and hold the
BUT the main problem is that my
Home button doesn't work and I don't found a way to enable the accessibility button on the first
So, the problem is that I have my iPad that I know exactly that completely worked, but after the factory reset I am not able to activate the iPad and external tools also doesn't help as
Home button doesn't work
Are there any other ways to tackle the problem?