It should have been a pleasure that you purchase a new iPad and experience the enjoyment brought by its new features. But a new iPad unexpectedly requires a passcode to access it, which will make the joy of getting a new smart gadget swept away with no doubt. Although the problem of a new iPad asking for passcode is uncommon, there are times when it does happen. To get such an issue settled as soon as possible, the article proposes 3 resultful approaches.
- Way 1. Try a Default Passcode
- Way 2. Use an Unlocking Tool
- Way 3. Put iPad into Recovery Mode
- Tips: How to Set up Passcode on a New iPad
Part 1. Try Default Passcode to Unlock the New iPad
The first recommended solution to the problem of brand new iPad asking for passcode is trying the default passcode. If it requires a 4-digit passcode, please enter "0000" or "1234"; if it asks for a 6-digit passcode, then try typing "000000" or "123456" to unlock it. Many users said that they had ever made use of this method to succeed in doing the same problem. Thus it can be seen that it is worth trying.
Part 2. Use an Unlocking Tool - Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker
Another method to deal with a new iPad asking for passcode is by means of a technical unlocking tool - Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker. When the default passcode can't be of use, just give it a shot. It is developed to specially handle passcode-related issues on iOS devices. Whether you need to unlock an iPad without passcode or remove passcode from a disabled iPad and everything like that, such a tool can help you out without any difficulty.
Not only that, Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker is equipped with the advanced technology, which makes it in a position to unlock 4 kinds of screen locks, namely, 4-digit passcode, 6-digit passcode, Touch ID, and Face ID. Furthermore, its compatibility is broad, mainly embodying in that it supports all iOS device models and the recent iOS 13.
Key Features of Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker:
Easily fix iPad asking for passcode you never set
Be applied to deal with almost all passcode-related cases
Compatible with every iOS device model (iOS 13 supported)
Besides digital passcodes, can also bypass Touch ID and Face ID
Step 1 Connect iPad to Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker
Please download and install Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker on your computer. Then, launch it and connect your new iPad to it. After the program shows successful connection, go on with the "Start" icon.
Step 2 Boot iPad into recovery/DFU mode
Next, choose your iPad model and manually boot the iPad into recovery mode as the screen instructs. You can click the link at the bottom to put the iPad into DFU mode in case of the failure of entering recovery mode.
Step 3 Download & verify the firmware package
Afterward, Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker will recognize and show all the iPad basic info on the screen. What you need to do is checking it and correcting something wrong. If nothing is erroneous, touch "Download" to get and verify the newest firmware package.
Step 4 Unlock a new iPad without passcode
Now, tap on "Unlock" to unzip the verified firmware package. After it is finished, Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker automatically starts unlocking your new iPad. Once done, the new iPad won't ask for passcode to access it.
Part 3. Unlock the New iPad in Recovery Mode
Putting the iPad into recovery mode and then connecting with iTunes to restore the iPad is an official method for unlocking an iPad when forgetting the passcode. Though, it also holds for the situation where a new ipad keeps asking for passcode to access. For those who wouldn't like to use a third-party program, this is a decent choice. Notably, there is no guarantee of a 100% success probability.
Step 1: Open iTunes (On Windows: double-click iTunes icon; On Mac with macOS Catalina: open "Finder") and then use an original USB cable to connect your new iPad with a computer;
Step 2: Put the iPad into recovery mode. On an iPad with the Home button: press and hold the “Home" and "Sleep/Wake" buttons simultaneously until the iTunes logo appears on the iPad screen. On an iPad with Face ID: quickly press and release the "Volume Up" button. Next, do the same with the "Volume Down" button. After that, hold down the "Sleep/Wake" button until you see the iTunes logo;
Step 3: When iTunes detects an iPad that is in recovery mode, it will pop up a window. Then, you just choose the "Restore" option on this window to unlock your new iPad.
Tips: How to Set a New Passcode on a New iPad
As you all know, there is a tremendous need to set up a passcode after getting a new iPad. For most users, setting passcode on a new iPad is a piece of cake. However, for someone who has an iOS device in first use, they might not know how to do it. To provide help with them, below gives a how-to guide.
Step 1: After accessing your new iPad, open "Settings" and then choose "Touch ID & Passcode";
Step 2: Next, click "Turn Passcode On" to set a digital passcode for the iPad. Alternatively, you can touch "Add a Fingerprint" to set up Touch ID as the screen lock;
Step 3: It is suggested that you set both the digital passcode and Touch ID. In this way, even if you forget the passcode one day, you still can unlock the iPad by fingerprint.