iPad Disabled? Here’s howe to unlock your iPad without the passcode
Many iPad users have witnessed a situation like this – their iPad asks for their password over and over again. In case you did not set a passcode for the iPad and your iTunes email is actually your username, you have to use your Apple ID to log in. Generally speaking, a problem like this starts when people download a new application or update of an existing one and the process is interrupted. This is an annoying problem, but it should not be difficult to fix it.
For starters, ensure that your iPad needs the Apple ID. In case you are asked for an iCloud password, then you have to take different steps.
Reboot Your iPad Pro
As in the case of many other issues, it’s the best idea to reboot the iPad first. In this way, you’ll get a chance to solve the problem right away. On top of that, rebooting the device will optimize the memory and improve the work of the device. So, simply press and hold the Sleep/Wake button located at the top of the device. Wait for a few seconds and you’ll notice a button to turn off the device on the screen. Use it to turn it off. After a few seconds, you can turn on the device again in the same way.
Identify the Waiting applications
In case the first method doesn’t solve the issue, you should probably have to type in the password after the iPad is turned on. Enter the password and check the status of the apps. Look for ones that have Waiting sign below them. Obviously, these apps were interrupted and stuck. Go to iTunes and complete the download/update. Even if you can’t find an app with a Waiting sign on it, visit iTunes because activating this program can help you get rid of this problem.
Reset Your iPad Pro
Besides the fact that stuck downloads can cause an issue like this, an iPad that keeps asking for a password might be affected by iTunes store login issue. In order to solve this issue, go to Itunes store and log out. Wait a few seconds and log in.
In case you want to log out of the iTunes store, go to settings and select Store (it’s located on the left side of the menu). Once you are on the store page, just click the Apple ID field and your iTunes email address. There you will see the logout option. After that, sigh in again and everything should be fine.
Activate Newsstand and iBooks
It turns out that in some cases, magazines and books can lead to problems like this. So, activate the Newsstand and iBooks feature and the problem might go away. Before you do this, it would be great if you can browse the content and see whether some items are labeled with the word Waiting. In case you notice something like this, visit iTunes, log in and see whether the problem is solved.
What to do if the problem remains unsolved? Bring your iPad to iPad Pro Repairs Sydney
In case you are still experiencing this annoying problem you should be more proactive. For instance, you can delete all the information from your iPad. If you are prepared to do this, make sure that you have backed up your data.
Another solution is to ask a professional in this field. For instance, professional iPad repair service providers like Screen Fixed can help you. Even though most of them are focused on hardware issues, they can also help you with software problems like this too. A professional service provider follows the news and trends and has the experience and knowledge needed in situations like this.
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