Having trouble syncing iTunes with your iPad? Are you getting iTunes Cannot Read iPad Content error while doing this? Then you are at the right place seeking for solution. This error has affected many iPad users around the world. No matter whether you have a brand new tab or an old one, this problem can mount upon any and you will not even know why is that happening. The aforementioned error if appended with a statement that asks a user for resetting or restoring your iPad once to correct the problem. But no matter how many times you do this, the result coming out of this will be the same that is no sync and you will frequently get the message of iTunes. In addition, restoring a device without a backup can end up with data loss scenarios in case you have no backup to reclaim your data back.
The elaborated form of the aforementioned error is like this..
'iTunes cannot read iPad content
go to iPad preferences and restore'
This problem of synchronization happens if the iTunes library is damaged or corrupt. The error that one faces while synchronizing iPad with iTunes in PC or mac is a mere consequence of the corrupt iTunes library file. Using an older version of iTunes media player that creates sort of incompatibility issues.
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In order to resolve this error of iTunes so that you can again sync your iPad easily and simply, delete the corrupt iTunes library file and create a new one. Along with this step, reset your iPad and start it, plug it again to the computer and start the sync process. This manual solution works most of the time for the iPad users.
But what if again I get the iTunes cannot read iPad content error? As mentioned above, manual solutions work most of the time but there are some situations when it doesn't work the way it should have. To prevent the error from occurring, a good solution is to use a third party iPad backup software to sync iPad with computer.
Note: Always remember to use the latest version of iTunes in your computer or Mac system to avoid the incompatibility issues. The chances of such problems are very much lesser if you are using a current version.