When you have entered the passcode incorrectly 10 times, the device becomes completely disabled. before this, you’ll sometimes connect the device to iTunes and have iTunes reset the passcode lock counter in order that you’ll try again, however, once the 10th incorrect entry has been made, your device are going to be permanently locked, and can only be ready to be used if the device is erased to factory settings in iTunes.
The unfortunate thing is that there’s no thanks to recover the info on the device once it’s been activation locked. If the device was signed into iCloud, you’ll be ready to recover things like contacts, photos, calendars, and messages, if the sync option was enabled for these things . very often , you’ll find much of the info you’re most concerned about is additionally scattered across other services, like email, social media, and other cloud storage services if you’ve got made use of such things.
If the device was protected to either iCloud or iTunes, you’ll be ready to restore the backup, and assuming your passcode attempts were made accidentally (or by curious children) you would possibly plan to access the device again with all of your data if you’ll remember the passcode stored within the backup.
- turn off Ipad
- Hold down home button, plug in lightning cable connected to Pc/Mac
- keep holding home button until Ipad will turns on and says reset with iTunes
- iTunes will prompt you to either upgrade or restore, click restore then restore and upgrade
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