Q:"How to factory reset iPad if you forgot password? I really get no way to do it now. Please tell me what you can know. Thanks." - Ocean

Restoring an iPad to factory settings is easy under normal circumstances. You just have to go for "Settings" to have a reset and erase all content and data on iPad. What if you forget the passcode like ocean? It's actually not straightforward as we usually do. But the 4 solutions mentioned here are sufficient enough for you to deal with this troublesome thing. Now, spend your time in learning how to reset iPad to factory settings without passcode at every step.

Part 1. How to Factory Reset iPad without Passcode with iTunes

The optimal solution is to factory reset iPad without passcode by connecting it to a trusted computer. Briefly, the one who has been synced iPad to iTunes already previously can make this issue simpler. Here's how to operate:
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Step 1: Open iTunes and use an original USB cable to connect iPad to a trusted computer;

Step 2: Tap on the iPad icon once it appears in iTunes and go to "Summary" > "Restore iPad" > "Restore";

Step 3: iTunes will erase your iPad and install the latest iOS software. After the iPad reset to factory settings, your passcode will be removed simultaneously.

Part 2. How to Factory Reset iPad without Passcode with "Find My iPhone"

As long as you have enabled "Find My iPhone/iPad" option on your iPad, you can get extra opportunity to factory reset an iPad. It allows you to remotely restore iPad without passcode/password. Follow the instructions below:
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Step 1: Head to iCloud official website to sign in your iCloud account with Apple ID and passcode;

Step 2: Hit and access "Find My iPhone/iPad" section and click on "All Devices" to display all iOS devices related to your iCloud ID;

Step 3: Select your iPad from the list and press the "Erase iPad" option to start to factory reset your iPad and erase all data.

Part 3. How to Factory Reset iPad without Passcode in Recovery Mode

The worst case is that you don't sync your iPad to iTunes as well as don't remember your iCloud account clearly. Then this workaround we will share below can come to rescue. Just put your iPad into recovery mode with the complete steps:
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Step 1: Hold the power button and slide to power off your iPad;

Step 2: Press and hold the "Home" button and connect iPad to computer, which will lead you to recovery mode screen;

Step 3: Run iTunes and a message will pop up to ask you to update or restore your iPad; simply click on "Restore" to erase all settings and contents on iPad.

Part 4. How to Factory Reset iPad without Passcode Using Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker

The ultimate solution recommended here is an iOS passcode removal, Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker. It is a typical tool designed to factory reset iPad without password/passcode in a professional way. This intelligent software promises 100% safe during the whole resetting process.

Most notable of all, Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker includes full support to 4 kinds of passcodes, such as 4-digit password, 6-digit passcode, Touch ID and Face ID. It can be put into use when you forget passcode, break screen or get no access to a second-hand iPad. In addition, you are able to bypass passcode from any iOS version and model.

Key Features of Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker:

Unlock 4 types of passcodes from any scenario

Factory reset iPad/iPhone/iPod touch securely

Require only 3 simple steps to remove locked screen

Support all iOS versions (iOS 12 included) and iPad models

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