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Solved iPad Recurring “This accessory not supported” Alert

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I have an iPad Pro recently updated to iOS 12.0

I keep getting an alert stating:
Accessory not supported
I have no accessories attached physically or via Bluetooth/WiFi

I have:
  1. Shut down and restarted
  2. Unpaired all Bluetooth devices
  3. Shut off Bluetooth
  4. Shut off WiFi
After doing the preceding I am still getting this alert.
Each time I close it, it continues to come back:frown:

Has anyone been having this issue?
Does anyone have any suggestions?
 
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I have an iPad Pro recently updated to iOS 12.0

I keep getting an alert stating:
Accessory not supported
I have no accessories attached physically or via Bluetooth/WiFi

I have:
  1. Shut down and restarted
  2. Unpaired all Bluetooth devices
  3. Shut off Bluetooth
  4. Shut off WiFi
After doing the preceding I am still getting this alert.
Each time I close it, it continues to come back:frown:

Has anyone been having this issue?
Does anyone have any suggestions?
try this
“Turn off the device with the Lightning plug attached and then restart it. 5. Connect your iPhone to the charging cable. The error message will appear, so dismiss or ignore it.”
 
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try this
“Turn off the device with the Lightning plug attached and then restart it. 5. Connect your iPhone to the charging cable. The error message will appear, so dismiss or ignore it.”
Thanks man ... gonna give it a go now:wink:
 
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