Question about Apple iPad Tablets & eReaders
Posted by Anonymous on
There is really no option except to erase the iPad with iTunes. It is a security feature that is built into the iPad operating system. You can follow this guide, although it says it is for iPhone, it applies to iPad too!
Posted on Oct 20, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
After you put in the wrong pass code 3 times, you only can unlock the iPad with the correct password, belonging to the Apple ID from what is only a part shown on the screen. If you don't have the passcode nor the password Apple assumes you are not the legal owner, and you can't use the iPad anymore. Just go back to your friend, ask him to unlock the screen, to wipe the content and reset the iPad to factory settings.
For that goto settings, general and scroll to the bottom line and press that. then the second line wipe everything. Again the login code is asked. but after that the iPad is empty.Your friend should also remove the iPad from his list of registered Apple equipment.
Posted on Jun 17, 2014
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