Q:"My iPad is disabled connect to iTunes. How to solve this?" - Aisha from IFIXIT Forum
Generally speaking, your iPad will be disabled after doing wrong passcode attempts too many times. Meanwhile, the iPad screen will show an error message to say "iPad is disabled connect to iTunes". In this case, you will be locked out and can do nothing on iPad. But what lucky enough is that there are 5 basic and common solutions offered to troubleshoot this problem so that you don't have to be nervous a lot. Here we go.
Part 1. Hard Reset to Fix Disabled iPad
Part 2. Restore with iTunes to Fix Disabled iPad
Part 3. Erase with iCloud to Fix Disabled iPad
Part 4. Restore in Recovery Mode to Fix Disabled iPad
Part 5. Repair with iOS System Recovery to Fix Disabled iPad
Joyoshare UltFix iOS System Recovery is definitely a commendable iOS repair tool. It can be used to restore iPad to factory settings without passcode and iTunes. Most of all, it is able to freely enter or exit recovery mode with only one easy click.
Actually aside from iPad is disabled connect to iTunes, this iOS system recovery can also put into effect to repair more 30+ system issues, like iPhone in boot loop, iPhone stuck in DFU/recovery mode, iPhone keeps restarting, iPhone activation error, iPad won't turn on, iPad bricked, etc. It's even compatible with iOS 12 and the latest iPhone XS/XR effortlessly. When it comes to unlock passcode, it supports 4-digit/6-digit passcodes, Touch ID and Face ID fully. Besides, the uncluttered interface and compact icon also makes it sought-after by more and more users.