How to Unlock a Disabled iPad without iTunes or iCloud or Computer

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If you tried the wrong passcode repeatedly or your kids type randomly in the lock screen, it will cause the iPad to be disabled. As a result, you will be informed that iPad is disabled connect to iTunes. In such a case, how to unlock a disabled iPad without iTunes or iCloud or computer? Let us discuss this issue together.

Part 1: How to Unlock a Disabled iPad without iTunes? Give iCloud a Try

The first method to unlock a disabled iPad without iTunes would be using iCloud. Let’s cut to the chase:

Step 1: On your browser, head over to icloud.com.

Step 2: Sign in with your Apple ID.

Step 3: Now, click on “All Devices” at the top of the window. Then choose your disabled iPad.

Step 4: Here are three options available for you:

Play Sound: Make your device vibrate and play a sound immediately for two minutes. This helps you to find your iPad if you lost it nearby.
Lost Mode: Allows you to lock and track your lost device remotely.
Erase: Erase all the data and settings from your iPad (except iCloud account).
All of the above options only work when your iPad is online.

Here choose the Erase option. If your disable iPad is online, the remote erase begins. Or it will remote erase the next time it’s online.

Step 5: Last, set up your device and restore it from your iCloud backup (if available).

Part 2: How to Unlock a Disabled iPad without iTunes/iCloud/ Computer

The second method to unlock a disabled iPad without iTunes or iCloud or computer would be using the Find My app.
To unlock iPhone with iCloud, you can refer Part 1 tutorial to conduct the operation. Here we will guide you to unlock a disabled iPad without a computer via Find My app on another iPhone or iPad. Let’s cut to the chase:
Step 1: Open the ‌Find My‌ ‌‌ app on another device.

Step 2: Sign in with your ‌Apple ID‌.

Step 3: scroll down to the missing device and tap it.
Then tap on Actions at the bottom of the iPad screen. After that, you are offered three options. Tap Erase iPad and then you will get the disabled iPad erased. Of course, the locked screen is removed from the iPad.

If your disabled iPad is online, the remote erase begins after you follow the onscreen instructions. If your disabled iPad is offline, the remote erase begins the next time it’s online.

As a matter of fact, this process is similar to unlock the disabled iPad with iCloud. The most important part is that you need to enter the right iCloud account and password.

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