"Do you know how to fix when the iPad is disabled? Did you ever experience picking up your iPad and discovering that it has been disabled because your kid tries to enter the passcode or your iPad device many times due to his or her curiosity?"
You may agree me that in some situation, you yourself have entered your passcode incorrectly because you have forgotten it?
In this case, once you have entered the wrong passcode for your iPad, it will be a cause for your iPad device to be disabled.
One problem of a disabled iPad is that you will not be able to write in the passcode anymore even though you have suddenly remembered it.
There are certain things that you should know about iPad passcode before removing the passcode to your iPad device.
1. If you have entered your passcode six(6) consecutive times incorrectly, then it will be one cause to disable your iPad device. You have to wait then for a certain amount of time before you can try to attempt entering your passcode. Once you still continue to enter your passcode incorrectly, then the time interval for you to enter again another set of passcode will be longer.
2. Once you have done too many times entering your passcode to your iPad incorrectly, then this will cause your devices to be disabled completely and you would need it to be connected to a computer.
3. In the event that you have enabled "Erase Data" in your Settings > Touch ID and Passcode, your iPad device will then automatically delete all of your data from your iPad. This will happen if you have entered your passcode 10 times or more. The thing is that you will be able to use your iPad device but all of your data will be gone.
If you are experiencing right now that your iPad is disabled, then we can show you a few tricks on how you could use your iPad again.
Method 1.Backup Your iPad Device in iTunes.
The first thing you need to do for you to unlock your disabled iPad device is to do a very simple iTunes backup. Here are the things you need to do
Method 2.Restore iPad Using iTunes and Your Previous Backup.
In the case that the backup trick was not successful, then the solution for this is to reset your passcode by simply restoring your device. This trick can only work if you were able to sync your iPad device using your iTunes and if you have a backup stored on your computer. You can do the following guide below.
Method 3.Restore iPad and via Recovery Mode and Reset the Passcode
If you haven't experience connecting your iPad to a computer then you may need to put the device into recovery mode and of course to also have it restored. This method will tend to lose all of your data on your iPad device.
But, if you were able to to have a backup on your iCloud, then you can go ahead and select a backup during the process in the later part.
From the solution that is stated above, this might work on your side but the major problem for this is having your data deleted from your iPad device. What if you do not have a backup made for all your data, then this will only make you do more than what you have to do.
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This program also allows you to fix your iOS device from while Apple logo, black screen, blue screen, and red screen to its normal state without losing any data from your iOS device.
It can also let you fix your iTunes Error 3600, Error 9, Error 21 and other various iOS Error codes.
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If you are asking what else can the FoneDog iOS System Recovery (Repair) can do, well here are some of the things that this program can offer you.
Below are guidelines listed for you to follow on how you can fix your disabled iPad.
Have the FoneDog Toolkit - iOS System Recovery (Repair) downloaded and install it on your computer.
Once the download is complete, and you have already installed it, have it launched on your computer so that you could begin the whole process.
Once the FoneDog Toolkit - iOS System Recovery (Repair) is up and running, have your iPad connected to your computer using your USB cable. Wait for the program to detect your iOS device.
On this part, you have to download the firmware so that FoneDog Toolkit - iOS System Recovery (Repair) can fix the abnormalities in the operating system of your iOS device.
This is why downloading the firmware is a must. Also, FoneDog Toolkit - iOS System Recovery (Repair) will also provide the latest version of iOS for you to download. From here, you only need to click "Download" and wait for it to finish.
After the process of downloading the software is complete, the FoneDog Toolkit - iOS System Recovery (Repair) will then start repairing your iOS device.
Here, you will be required to enter the correct detail of your iOS device like the make and model, IMEI number, and the iOS version.
On this part, you are not allowed to use the device because once you do, this can be a risk of having your iOS device getting all bricked so be patient and wait until you are completely done with the whole process.
The whole repairing process of your iOS device may take a few minutes, however, FoneDog Toolkit - iOS System Recovery (Repair) will notify you once the process is complete.
Do not unplug your iOS device yet. If your iOS device were able to reboot, then that is the only time you can unplug it from your computer.
If your iPad device has been synced with your iTunes before, then you will be able to restore it using your iTunes once you had forgotten your passcode. Just a heads up for you, once you restore your iPad using your iTunes, this can delete your data, including your passcode, on your iOS device.
As long as you were able to have a backup using your iTunes or iCloud before, then you will be able to get them back.
Step 1: Launch iTunes on the computer where you were able to
Step 2: Once your iPad is detected then you can make a copy or backup of your iOS device with your iTunes or you can just go ahead and simply sync it.
Step 3: Once you are done with the backup, go ahead and click "Restore iPad". You iTunes then will immediately factory reset your disabled iPad device.
Step 4: Choose "Restore from iTunes Backup File" once you are on the setup screen.
Step 5: From here, you will now be able to have access to your iPad without your passcode. This is because the data that has been deleted from your iPad device includes the passcode that you previously have.
In the event that you lose all your data from doing this process, we also offer you the FoneDog Toolkit - iOS Data Recovery Tool which you can use to get back those deleted data from your iPad device.
Always remember that having a backup of your data from your iOS device will always be necessary and will always come in handy especially in the event like this that you might lose some, or worst all, of your data from your iOS device.
If you were able to make a backup of your data, then losing them will never be much of a worry for you.
The FoneDog Toolkit - iOS System Recovery will truly help you in the event that you have forgotten the passcode for your iOS device. This program can also help you with other various problems that you might encounter using your iOS devices.
Plus, this program is really easy and safe to use as it will only take you a few steps for you to fix the problem.
Sound good? Why not have a try?
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