If the keyboard keeps popping up on your ipad then there might be some issues with your device. The most common cause of the issue is a third-party app that is not activated or hasn’t been added to the list of available keyboards by iPadOS. It can also be a result of a jailbreak or other software changes that alter the way your device works. In most cases resetting your iPad will resolve the problem. However, resetting your device will erase all of your data so make sure to backup your iPad before you try resetting it.
One of the most simple ways to fix the keyboard on ipad is to close the keyboard manually. It’s easy enough to do by simply swiping down on the screen under the text field you want to enter. This will close the keyboard and prevent it from popping up again.
Another possible solution is to delete all of the keyboards on your device. You can do this by going to Settings and tapping Keyboards. All of the keyboards that are currently installed on your iPad will be displayed here. Select the keyboard that is keeping the iPad on screen and tap Delete. You can then re-add the keyboard to see if it fixes the problem.
Resetting the iPad may help to solve any software problems that might be causing the keyboard to keep popping up on your device. If the issue persists, it is best to use a system recovery tool like Tenorshare Reiboot to repair your iPad. This program is highly efficient and provides a safe method to fix iOS/iPadOS without any loss of data.