Remembering a sequence of random iPad passwords is very difficult for users, especially if the passcodes are long and complex or aren’t used frequently. Not accidentally, they forget the iPad passcode quickly. If you find yourself in this situation, try not to be panic. Take a deep breath and try to think about the passcode. Or you can hold your iPad in your hand and go somewhere where you create your passcode. While if you still can't remember the iPad passcode, try to use the following four solutions to unlock your iPad with ease.
|EaseUS MobiUnlock||iPad never synchronized or backed Fast||Connect your iPad to the computer...Full steps|
|Siri||iPad running iOS 8 to iOS 10.1 and never synchronized or backed up||Press and hold the Home Button...Full steps|
|iTunes||iPad you've synced with a PC or Mac||Put your iPad in recovery mode by...Full steps|
|Find My iPhone||iPad you've backed up with iCloud||Sign in icloud.com on any website...Full steps|
Of the four solutions, this is the easiest and quickest solution to remove your iPad passcode if you have never synchronized or backed your iPad to iTunes or iCloud. All you need is this professional iPhone unlocker - EaseUS MobiUnlock, which is one of the best iPhone/iPad passcode unlockers that can instantly remove all contents, including various locks from iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. After removal, you can regain access to your iPad. Besides, there are some of its outstanding features as below.
Now, you can download this powerful application on your computer and start to fix "can't remember iPad passcode" issue.
Step 1. Launch EaseUS MobiUnlock > Connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to the computer > Click "Start."
Step 2. Confirm your iOS device > Select a suitable firmware > Click "Download Firmware". If the firmware has been downloaded already, select the existing package instead.
Step 3. Click "Verify Firmware" and wait for the process to complete.
Step 4. Click "Unlock" > Enter the information required in the box of a new pop-up window > Click "Unlock" again to confirm your choice.
Step 5. Wait for a while and then the "forgot iPhone/iPad/iPod touch password" issue will be easily solved. After that, you can set up your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch again.
If you' re using an iPad running iOS 8 to iOS 10.1 and never had your iPad synchronized or backed up, then you can use Siri to remove your iPad passcode. Here are the steps to do it.
Step 1. Press and hold the "Home" button to activate Siri on your iPad > Ask Siri to set a reminder.
Step 2. Tap the newly added reminder to open the "Reminder" app.
Step 3. Tap the "Home" button and you will go to the Home screen.
If you have previously synchronized your iPad with iTunes on a PC or Mac, then you can remove your iPad/iPhone passcode by putting your iPad to DFU mode. The process is divided into two steps: First is to put your iPad in recovery mode and then restore your iPad from iTunes.
Step 1. Put your iPad in recovery mode ( the steps are vary depending on iPad model)
Step 2. Connect your iPad to the computer, simultaneously holding the Top button ( has Face ID)/Home button (has a Home Button) until the recovery mode screen appears.
Step 3. Then, you'll see two options: "Restore" or "Update." Choose "Restore." After restoring, you can set your iPad or iPad up as new.
If you have had Find My iPhone enabled on your iPad, and then you can use Find My iPhone feature to erase all contents, including the passcode from your device. Likewise, If you have previously backed up your iPad to iCloud, then you can restore your device from iCloud after it has been wiped out. Apple introduces two options for you to erase iPad passcode - via Find My iPhone website and Find My (Find My iPhone) app. Here are the steps in detail.
Step 1. Head to icloud.com on any internet-connected device > Sign in to iCloud using your Apple ID and password.
Step 2. Click on "Find iPhone" > From the drop-down menu that contains all devices, choose the iPad that you want to erase.
Step 3. From the new page, click on "Erase iPad."
Step 1. Open Find My app on any iOS device with Find My app installed > Choose the Devices tab.
Step 2. Select the iPad you want to reset > Scroll down and choose "Erase This Device" > Select "Erase This [device]." Then, you'll need to enter your Apple ID password.
After unlocking the iPad with the above-introduced methods, you can restore your iPad with a recent backup from iTunes or iCloud, if you have one. Let's make a summary here. You can choose any of these methods, depending on your needs.