Hi everyone, I got a new 32gb WiFi iPad (2012) on launch day, which I restored from the backup of my firstgen iPad. After a few days of playing around with it, it crashed on me once (I think I was in Safari). Then it crashed on me again very soon after that. I immediately went to Settings and restored the settings on the iPad, so that I wouldn't be using the backup (I didn't choose to delete all data though). Then the crashes stopped, and I thought the problem was gone, until they resurfaced today. My iPad respringed when I was reading a PDF in Goodreader. Then it crashed when I went into Goodreader straight after that. I looked at diagnostics logs, and the culprit seemed to be dataaccessd, which, as google searching pointed out, was to do with Exchange calendars. I removed my Exchange calendar entirely (which is not really a productive option for me), and then it crashed in Goodreader again after I used dictation. Then, a few minutes after that, Goodreader crashed by itself, without me using dictation or anything, just when I was reading my PDF. Moreover, when I tried to use dictation again, all was fine. I setup my Exchange account again (with calendars and contacts disabled this time), and all was well, until just a few minutes ago my iPad crashed while I was in Pages. Surprisingly, diagnostics logs only account for my first crash in the morning, and there are no logs of later crashes. It can't be a particular app, I doubt that it's Exchange since as far as I know my iPad crashed with it disabled, it can't be dictation Is there any way to find out what is causing the crashes? I mean, I *could* just completely restore my iPad, but that would be very painful with all the data and apps I have on it.