How to Unlock iPad Passcode without Restore
Now it is disabled after entering the wrong password multiple times.
What can I do to unlock it?
We see people run into this situation from time to time.
I’ll tell you three easy ways to unlock it without using a password.
And then will help you bypass the activation lock if you turned on my iPad search but forgot your Apple ID.
The first step to unlocking your iPad
The first one is iTunes, which allows you to restore your device in recovery mode without using a password.
So once you open it up, plug in your iPad and then put it into recovery mode.
For an iPad with the Home button, that’s pressing and holding the top and bottom buttons at the same time until the computer connection icon appears.
Then iTunes should recognize it and tell you to update or restore, we go with restoration.
Then click “Update” and restore to confirm,
and agree to the terms and conditions.
The firmware will be downloaded first, then your iPad will go through the restore procedure.
After that, you’ll see a welcome screen and then you can start setting up.If you’re having trouble using iTunes, but remember your Apple account, you can unlock your iPad at iCloud
The first step to unlocking
So open the browser on your computer or iPhone,
go to iCloud then log in with the Apple ID link on that device.
Now that you’ve logged into Find iPhone,
Click on all devices in the top bar, then select iPad from the drop-down menu, go ahead, click “Erase iPad.”
Enter your Apple ID again to confirm.
After all these settings, iCloud will remotely erase the iPad.
If you don’t remember any of the credentials,
here’s a third solution:
Unlock the iPad with 4uKey iPhone Passcode Unlocker.
So, once you’ve launched it, attach the iPad to your computer and put it into recovery mode like you do in iTunes.
Then go to the Unlock Screen Passcode field,
click on the “Start” button, and then go to the firmware download. After that, you can start unlocking your iPad.
Good for you, now wait until the “Hello” screen appears,
then you can start setting up.
If you’re logged into your Apple ID on that iPad and you’ve enabled Find My iPad.
You will see the Activation Lock after you connect to the network,
it asks for your password again, as well as your Apple ID and password.
If you’re not sure about the credentials, here’s how to get around it using 4MeKey,
The method involves three steps
Step 1: run 4MeKey, create a bootable USB jailbreak.
Step 2: jailbreak the iPad,
Step 3: run 4MeKey again to remove Activation Lock.
After success, you will see the Data and Privacy option when you reconfigure.
This means that the iPad is now free of the Activation Lock stuff.
Now you can go to the home screen, just make sure to skip the Apple ID login option along the way.
Then, you get to settings, you’ll notice that the Apple account has been signed out.