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After checking the most common reasons for an app not to update or download completely, it is time to go with the most popular troubleshooting step: reboot the device.
It is not enough to suspend the i Pad and wake it up again.
If an app won't update, delete it and download it again.
Don't do this if the app saves information you want to keep, such as a note-taking app or a drawing app.
It normally takes a router a few minutes to power on and reconnect to the internet again.
When all the router lights come back on, connect with your i Pad and touch the app to see if the download process starts.
This can keep the device from trying to authenticate with the i Tunes Store again, which in turn freezes all downloads to your i Pad.
The easiest way to solve this situation is to download a new app, which forces the i Pad to authenticate again. After it installs, locate the original app or update that was stuck to see if it starts downloading.
While rare, it is possible for your router to be the root of the problem.
The basic process is like getting a new i Pad or i Phone.
After it is wiped, you go through the same process you went through when you first got the device, including signing into i Cloud and choosing whether or not to restore from a backup.
You need to sign back in to websites that ordinarily remember your account settings.
Other than clearing out your settings, this process leaves all your apps, documents, music, movies, and data alone.