If you are an iPad user, you might have encountered the error “This Accessory May Not Be Supported” while charging the device. This is a very common error in iPads and can be caused due to:
The different solutions to the “This Accessory May Not Be Supported” error as offered by wholesale iPad touch dealers are explained below.
As said, issues in the lighting cable can lead to the error on your iPad. If there is any wear and tear on the cable due to repeated use, the device might display the “This Accessory May Not Be Supported” error. If you get the error and find that the cable is damaged, then the first thing to try is to use another lightning cable.
Note that you need to use an original lighting cable to check if the issue with your old lighting cable is causing the error. If you still get the error with another lightning cable, you can try the next solution.
The next thing that can cause the error is issues with the power adapter or the power supply. Look for any signs of physical damage to the power adapter. If you do not find any signs of physical damage to the adapter, you need to check the power supply.
Try connecting the adapter to another power outlet and check if the issue is resolved. If you find that the error is still there, you need to try charging the device with another adapter. In this case too, make sure to use an original adapter. If the error persists, move on to the next step.
The next thing to do is to check the charger port of the iPad. Dust and grime might accumulate inside the charging port with continuous usage and might be interfering with the normal functioning of the device and causing the error.
If you find dust or dirt inside the port, you will need to clean the post using a SIM card tool, paper clip, a small needle, a toothpick, or a bobby pin. You will need to turn the iPad off before trying to clean the port; else, the pin might short the port and further damage the device.