Erasing the iPad is one handy way to solve some issues on your device that you can't pinpoint. You can do this through your iPad Settings or iCloud website, as long as you remember the Apple ID and passcode. If not, you have to use iTunes or some third-party tools. In this post, we will introduce the way to erase the iPad without Apple ID and password.
Before you erase it, don't forget to back up all your information on the iPad if you want to use your data in the future.
If you're searching for a handy, complete, easy, and quick way, EaseUS MobiUnlock is your best choice. As a reliable and professional iOS lock screen removal software, it can remove various passcode, simultaneously erase everything from your iPad without using your Apple ID. Additionally, there are some of its key features.
So far, EaseUS MobiUnlock has helped thousands of users erase their device successfully. Now, it's time to let it help you erase your iPad without Apple ID and password.
Step 1. Have your iPhone or iPad connected to the PC and run EaseUS MobiUnlock. Click "Start" to proceed.
Step 2. Download the latest version of firmware for your device, then click "Download Firmware." (If you have previously downloaded the firmware on your computer, select the existing package instead.)
Step 3. After that, click "Verify Firmware."
Step 4. When the verifing process completes, click "Unlock". In a new pop-up warning window, enter the information required and click "Unlock" again.
Step 5. Wait for this program to reset and erase your device. Afterwards, you can regain access to your device without entering passcode.
Note: After erasing, you can set your iPad up with the original Apple ID and password you use to log in to your iPad before erasing. If you don't remember the Apple ID and password, just find it back by following the steps listed in the bonus tip. If you still can't remember the Apple ID and password, you can no longer access your iPad.
By restoring the iPad from iTunes, you can delete all your information and settings from the iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. But this doesn't erase your iPad. The deleted data remains on your iPad in a form that you can't view.
One more thing, make sure the Find My iPhone on your iPad is turned off. If not, you have to turn it off with your Apple ID and password.
Step 1. Connect your iPad to your computer.
Step 2. Launch the latest iTunes on your computer.
Step 3. In the iTunes interface, click on the Device button near the top left of the iTunes window.
Step 4. Click Summary.
Step 5. Click Restore.
It's very annoying to forget Apple ID and password. But if that happens, all you need to do is try your best to find it back. Here are several solutions to recover Apple ID and password.
1. Find Apple ID on your iCloud
Step 1. Go to the Settings.
Step 2. Tap [your name]. If you are using iOS 10.2 or earlier, just tap iCloud.
Step 3. Then, you will see your Apple ID under your profile.
2. Find your Apple ID in iTunes & App Store
Step 1. Go to Settings.
Step 2. Tap [your name].
Step 3. Tap iTunes & App Stores.
3. Find your Apple ID through the Web Page
Step 1. Open Find Apple ID page on any browser.
Step 2. Click on "Forgot Apple ID or password?."
Step 3. On the next page, click on, "look it up."
Step 4. In the next page, input the information to find your Apple ID.
Step 5. Then, it will show you the Apple ID in the next page.
Now, you have a full understanding of how to erase the iPad without an Apple ID. Among the two methods we introduced to you above, you will find the right one that suits your needs. Let's summarize briefly.
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