Posted by Aimee , Dec 31, 2020
When using an iPad in a classroom, office, or public place, it is important to set a passcode. It can prevent text or social media messages from being peeped, others accessing your credit card, bank, or PayPal account, and important documents from being stolen. If you are in a safe environment, frequently unlocking the iPad is tiresome. Let us learn how to turn off or remove the password from the iPad to save time.
1. Click on the "Settings" app and go to "Touch ID & Passcode".
2. You will be asked to enter the device password.
3. Tap the "Turn Passcode Off" item.
4. Click "Turn Off" in the pop-up window to confirm.
It is also worth trying to erase the iPad password by restoring the device. However, this will wipe all data and settings of the iPad. You need to back up the iPad data before performing the restore operation.
1. Update iTunes to the latest version, and then run it.
2. Connect the iPad to the computer and click "Summary".
3. You will see the "Restore iPad..." button on the right side of the software interface. Tap it and confirm with the "Restore" item.
4. All content on the iPad will disappear.
If you don't want to lose data for this, bypassing or removing it will be your last resort.
RecoveryTool iPhone Unlocker can unlock iPad without passcode. You don't need to perform tedious backup operations, and you won't lose important files. The steps of the password unlocker are as follows:
1. Visit RecoveryTool to download this iPad unlocker, and then install it on your computer.
2. After running this software, you need to connect the iPad to the computer via a USB cable. Then click "Wipe Passcode" mode.
3. Tap the "Start" button to start the password erasing operation.
4. Then you will need to confirm the device model, iOS version, and other information.
5. Click the "Start" button to download the firmware package to clear the passcode. After entering "0000", your iPad screen password is removed.