We always prefer to put a unique passcode on the iPad as soon as we get it for data privacy. But the negative side is that the chance of forgetting the password is improved due to its uniqueness. So, what if you have forgotten your iPad password, or disabled your iPad as entered the wrong password six times in a row, is there any way could help you out?
Normally, we tend to reset the password by restoring the device with the help of iTunes, but as we all know that using this way is required to unlock the password first as well as trust the computer before reset. On the premise of this, what if the computer you have never trusted before, is there any way could help you reset disabled iPad without iTunes?
In this article, we will mention two methods of resetting an disabled an iPad Pro, iPar Air 2, iPad mini 4/3/2 if you forgot the passcode.
Reset iPad Password without iTunes Using Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot)
If you have never backed up your iPad before get locked out, then I will suggest you to reset the iPad with Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot), a simple-to-use yet professional iOS repair tool. It can easily factory reset your disabled iPad without password and iTunes.
To get started, free download and install Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) on your computer.
Launch Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) after installation completed, and then connect your iPad to computer with USB.
Click on icon next facebook icon located at the right upper corner of the interface, then select Factory Reset iPhone from the drop-down menu to enter Advanced system recovery.
In the Advanced mode, choose Fix Now to proceed.
Next, download the firmware package matching for your iPad by hitting Download button.
After download, click “Start Repair” to unlock locked or disabled iPad without passcode.
After that, you will find that you can access yout iPad without any password.
Extra Tips: Reset iPad Password without iTunes Via Find My Phone
If you have already backed up your iPad and don’t care about data loss, you can also use Find My iPhone to restore a locked or disabled iDevice without iTunes providing you have Find My iPhone turned on beforehand, just following the steps below:
Go to icloud.com/#find, and sign in with your Apple ID. After logging in, you will see a list of all iOS devices that are linked to your Apple ID.
Tap on the device you are trying to erase and hit Actions option at the bottom of the screen. Then click "Erase [device]" to erase your device and passcode.
With these two methods, I believe you can erase iPad without iTunes and reset your iPad password. But base on my experience, the first method I introduced will be more workable especially when you do not enable Find My Phone, just give it a try.