Tips When Locked Out of iPad

EelPhone author Alex Scott, 01 January, 2020

Summary

Locked out of iPad, you can restore locked iPad from iTunes, and when iPad passcode locked, you can use Apple ID to break into locked iPad without screen passcode, or use force factory reset to fix locked iPad without password for free. But the most effective method is still EelPhone DelPassCode.


iPad locked with passcode, just enter the passcode to break into locked iPad, but if without passcode, search others methods to break into locked iPad without iPad screen passcode. But other methods will erase all data and settings on iPad unless you have backed up iPad backup iPad to iTunes or iCloud, you can restore iPad from iTunes/iCloud backup files after break into iPad without password.

Method 1: How to Open an iPad Without Passcode-Nothing in Need


iPad was locked with passcode, the best method to open iPad without passcode is EelPhone DelPassCode, fix the issue locked out of iPad without password in clicks.


Step 1: Free download the EelPhone DelPassCode on computer, launch it immediately after the installation. From home page of EelPhone DelPassCode, click on Unlock Screen Passcode to fix the issue locked out of iPad.
Locked out of iPad

Step 2: Click on Start to start the process, the warning on the page is important for you, have a look on it.
Locked out of iPad

Step 3: Check iPad model information on the back of iPad when locked iPad was linked to the tool. From the list, choose the iPad information of your locked iPad. The tool will download the iPSW according to your iPad model information. Click on Start button to download the iPSW package.
Locked out of iPad

Step 4: When iPSW package was downloaded, the tool will unpack data package automatically. Then the tool will fix the issue locked out of iPad.
Locked out of iPad

Step 5: Click on Unlock Now button to fix the issue locked out of iPad.
Locked out of iPad

In clicks with EelPhone DelPassCode, you can fix the issue locked out of iPad. Restore from backup if you backed up iPad before.

Method 2: How to Fix the Issue Locked iPad for Free from iCloud-Needs iCloud Account


For Apple users, you have another account-iCloud account and password to protect iDevice in one deeper method. If you have Apple ID and password, you can use iCloud to fix the problem locked out of iPad. But find my iPad feather must be enabled before iPad being locked.

Step 1: Take out one computer, open chrome, sign in iCloud.com website with iCloud account and password.
Step 2: Turn to find my iPad feather on the iCloud.com home page, and from All Devices, click on the locked iPad.
Step 3: From all feathers on iPad, click on Erase to fix the issue locked out of iPad.
Locked out of iPad

You should also enter iPad Apple ID and password to confirm the Erase feather. And after the process, all data and settings on iPad will be erased then.

Method 3: Apple iPad Locked Out Fixed from iTunes-Needs Apple ID


Without iPad screen passcode, with Apple ID and passcode, you have another method to fix the issue locked out of iPad-iTunes. Log in iTunes with iTunes account, or if locked iPad have connected to iTunes before, no need of iTunes account and password, it depends.

Note: Mostly, you're asked to trust computer on iPad,and enter screen passcode to link iPad to iTunes.

Step 1: Launch the iTunes on computer, and then connect the locked iPad to computer, the locked iPad will be connected to the iTunes immediately without asking Apple ID and password, if asked, just enter iTunes account and password.
Step 2: Once locked iPad connected to computer, you are lucky, click on iPad device icon, and from Summary, on the right side, click on Restore button to restore iPad to factory reset, all settings and data will be erased, including iPad screen passcode. At last, you should enter Apple ID and account to confirm the restoration.
Locked out of iPad

It's the free method to fix the issue, before restoration, backup locked iPad data on iTunes in advance, then you can restore from backup file to get back lost data on iPad.



Alex Scott

This article was updated on 22 May, 2020