How to disable passcode on iPad with Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker? The detailed steps described below will teach you.
Step 1: Run Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker
First of all, install Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker on your computer and launch it. Then tap the "Start" to begin after you connect your iPad to it.
Step 2: Put iPad into recovery or DFU mode
Secondly, follow the indications on the screen to let your iPad get into recovery mode. If unsuccessful, switch to DFU mode by clicking the link at the foot of the interface.
Step 3: Download and verify the firmware package
Once entered, you have to confirm all iPad info shown on the screen in order to download and verify the newest firmware package for your iPad.
Step 4: Begin disabling passcode on iPad
The last step is to touch the "Unlock" button to get the firmware package unzipped. After this, Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker can automatically disable passcode on your iPad.
Method 2: Use iTunes or Recovery Mode
When you need to get iPad passcode disabled, Apple will suggest you restore iPad with iTunes. That means you may permanently lose all files and data on the iPad if you do not make a backup at regular intervals. To do it with iTunes, you are bound to sync your device with iTunes and make sure that the Find My iPhone function is turned off. If everything is ready, perform as follows.
Step 1: Run iTunes on your computer and plug your iPad to it with an original USB;
Step 2: If your iPad has been synced with iTunes, you can directly click the iPad icon to choose "Summary" and then touch "Restore iPad";
Step 3: But if you have not synced iPad with iTunes, put your device into recovery mode (Press and hold the "Home" and "Power" buttons until iPad is turned off. Then reease "Power" button and continue holding down the "Home" button until you see "Connect to iTunes" show on the iPad screen.) and then you need to tap on "Restore" on a pop-up window to disable passcode on iPad.
Method 3: Make Use of Find My iPhone
As was mentioned previously, in case you enable "Find My iPhone" on the iPad, perhaps iTunes is not functional. So, how to disable iPad passcode in this case? iCloud is a good attempt. Nothing to add to that, just easily try according to the given instructions.
Step 1: Get into the official website of iCloud on your computer or other available devices. Then enter your Apple ID and password to sign in to the iCloud account;
Step 2: Afterward, go for the "Find My iPhone" and choose the "All Devices" options;
Step 3: All devices linked to the Apple ID will appear on the window. You need to pick the disabled or locked iPad;
Step 4: End by tapping on "Erase iPad". Like that, all data on your iPad will be removed including screen passcode and all setting will be restored to default settings.