#1 Directly Restore iPad in iTunes
Restoring your iPad to factory settings is also a workable solution for iPad blue screen of death, which gives it a fresh start and therefore removing any software and application bugs that may be causing the problem. However, before restoring the device, it is imperative that you ensure that you have the latest iTunes version. Here is a step to step guide on how to restore your iPad using iTunes.
Step 1: Connect your iPad to your PC. The iTunes program will automatically launch. If it fails, just start it manually by clicking on the iTunes icon on your desktop;
Step 2: Click on the iPad icon on the top and then hit on the "Restore iPad" option on the far corner;
Step 3: Confirm the action by tapping on the "Restore" on the pop-up notifications.
Restoration will erase all data and settings on your iPad and therefore providing your gadget with a new start. Switch on the iPad and confirm whether the problem is over.
#2 Update iPad in iTunes with Recovery Mode
In the event that your blue screen of death is not yet fixed, you can try to put your iPad in recovery mode and later update it to the latest iOS version. Remember, this option will erase all your personal data. Here is an extensive guideline on how to put your iPad on recovery mode and update its iOS using iTunes.
Step 1: Connect your iPad to your PC and launch iTunes;
Step 2: Press and hold sleep/wake and home button simultaneously until an Apple logo appears on your screen;
Step 3: Hold until you see the recovery mode on your screen;
Step 4: Click Update to reinstall iOS.
Wait until the process completes, switch on the iPad, and check whether the problem is fixed.