How to Unlock iPad Passcode Without Computer

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how to unlock ipad passcode without computer

Are you wondering how to unlock the Ipad passcode without a computer?

Ipad runs powerful apps smoothly and enables you to use multiple apps at once and switch between them.

It also saves and shares all of your data with Files. A passcode should be generated to protect the iPad from unauthorized access.

A passcode should be both powerful and easy to remember. However, when using multiple devices or accounts, it is very easy to mix up passcodes, resulting in being locked out.

After several incorrect screen passcode attempts, the iPad is disabled.

how to unlock Ipad passcode without computer

1. Use iCloud to Unlock iPad

1.Go to the iCloud website on your iPhone then go to

2.Enter your Apple ID and password to access your iCloud account.

3.Navigate to the website’s Find iPhone section and select the locked iPad from the list of devices.

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4. After selecting the iPad you are using, tap the Erase iPad button to clear all data and settings including the old passcode.

how to unlock IPad passcode without computer


2. Use Siri

  1. To activate Siri, press and hold the Home button for a few seconds. Ask Siri for the current time, then tap it.
  2. Tap the + icon, type in whatever you want, and then tap again to get more options.
  3. To see more options, click the Select All button.
  4. Select the “Share” option from the search box.
  5. When the sharing window appears, tap on the message icon.
  6. Enter something at random in the “To” field and press Return. Your text will be highlighted in green in this case. Then, on the next page, tap “+” and select “Create new contact.”
  7. Tap the photo icon and then select Add Photo.
  8. This will open the gallery on your device. You can access your photo library from this page.
  9. After a few moments, press the Home button; your iPad should now be unlocked.

3. Use Apple ID Password

  1. Switch on your iPad and enter your passcode. You’ll see the Security Lockout prompts from your iPad’s Lock Screen after repeatedly entering the incorrect passcode.
  2. Then, in the bottom right corner of the screen, tap the Erase iPad option.
  3.  Tap Erase iPad again to confirm that all content and settings have been deleted.
  4. Now enter your Apple ID password to sign out of your Apple ID.
  5. Tap Erase iPad to immediately erase and reset your iPad.  You will need to follow the on-screen instructions to re-set up your iPad.

4. Use auto-erase

To unlock an iPad, you must enter the incorrect code ten times, and Auto-Erase will immediately erase all data on your drive, including your passcode. You will have a totally new device when it restarts.

If you want to use this system on your device, you must first allow the Auto-Erase feature on your iPad.

Below are the steps followed;

  1. On your iPad, go to the “Settings” menu.
  2. Find “Face ID & Passcode” or “Touch ID & Passcode” by scrolling down.
  3. To use this feature, enter your screen passcode.
  4. Scroll down and enable the “Erase Data” option, and then confirm with “Enable.”

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In this guide, we discussed four different methods for resetting the iPad’s passcode, so that users can experiment different solutions and unlock their devices with the key that works best for them.