Reset your password using Find My iPhone
You can also reset your iPad password through the Find My iPhone web interface. It is important to note right away that to use this method, you definitely need to know the login and password of the iCloud account to which the iPad is linked. Otherwise, you will not be able to activate the tablet. It is equally important to know that this method involves deleting all data from iPad.
Go to iCloud.com and sign in to the iCloud account to which iPad is linked.
In the list of available applications, select “Find iPhone”.
Select your iPad in the Find iPhone app and click Erase iPad.
Immediately after that, the procedure for erasing your iPad will begin. Together with all the data from the tablet, the password you forgot will disappear. After erasing the iPad, you just need to re-configure it and, if desired, restore from the last backup to get all the data back.
Reset iPad password via iTunes
It is also possible to reset the password on the iPad with the help of the hated iTunes utility. To do this, you need to put the iPad into recovery mode, and then restore the iPad using Apple’s utility. It is important to emphasize that restoring will erase all data on iPad. You can only return them to your tablet if you have previously backed up your iPad.
Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed on your computer. You can check for iTunes updates by going to Help → Updates. If iTunes is not installed on your computer, then you can download the latest version of the program on the official website.
Press and hold the iPad Home button and connect the tablet to the computer using a USB cable.
The iPad will be connected to the computer in recovery mode. the iTunes logo will appear on the tablet screen.
Launch iTunes. The program will immediately notify you about the detection of the iPad in recovery mode.
In the window that opens, select “Restore” and confirm the start of the restore procedure. Important! Do not disconnect iPad from computer during recovery.
After the recovery is complete, your iPad will not have a password. you can use your tablet as usual. iPad will ask you to perform an initial setup, where you can set up your tablet as a new one, or select the option to restore iPad from an iTunes or iCloud backup.
How to reset iPad without password? 3 most effective ways
Forgot your iPad password and can’t remember? There are several reliable ways to reset iPad without password and continue using your tablet. This tutorial has covered all the most effective iPad password reset methods.
How to hard reset iPad if you forgot your password? Below we have reviewed the three most effective ways: using a quality third-party program, Apple’s iTunes utility, and using the web version of iCloud. Thus, in whatever situation you find yourself, you can find the most suitable way for yourself.
Reset iPad without password using dr.fone
Dr.fone is equipped with a tool to perform a full iPad reset without password. The main advantage of using the utility is that when you reset the password on the iPad, it is impossible to make a mistake and do something wrong with it. Thanks to this, you will not be able to aggravate the situation and, instead of unlocking the iPad, turn it into a “brick”.
Download dr.fone utility from the official website. This program allows you to reset your iPad password in one of the easiest ways.
Connect iPad to computer using USB cable and launch dr.fone utility.
On the main screen of the program, select Unlock.
In the opened window of the password reset tool on iPad, click Start. the process of connecting the utility to your iPad will begin.
On a new screen, the utility will ask you to enter the iPad into a special DFU recovery mode.
Press and hold the Home and Power buttons at the same time for 10 seconds.
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Release the top Power button, but continue to hold the Home button for another 10 seconds. until the utility detects your iPad.
If you did everything correctly, your iPad will be displayed in the dr.fone window.
Click the Download button to start downloading the latest firmware for your iPad. Firmware will be needed to reset iPad without password.
When the download is complete, click the Unlock Now button in the utility window.
In the window that opens, enter the code 000000 to confirm the start of the operation and click Unlock. Important! During the iPad password reset process, you should never disconnect the tablet from the computer.
Then you just have to wait until the password reset procedure on your iPad is completed. After the utility signals the end, your iPad will no longer have a password and you can start using it fully.
Using PassFab iPhone Unlocker
The program is modern, supports iOS 14, iPadOS 14, iPhone 12, iPhone SE 2nd generation (released in 2020). There are versions of the program for Windows and macOS. It allows you to unlock your iPhone or iPad when:
- unknown Touch ID and Face ID;
- lost 4-digit or 6-digit digital password from iPhone;
- Apple ID is lost, forgotten or blocked;
- forgot / lost iCloud password;
- you need to delete the MDM mobile device management profile;
- when to reset iPhone to factory settings without password.
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ways to reset iPad to factory settings
How to Factory Reset iPad via iTunes
If you have already synced your iPad via iTunes, you can reset the device to factory settings, and then return data from iTunes backup files.
Launch iTunes on the computer through which you synchronized earlier.
Connect a locked iPad using the supplied cable.
Check the correct definition in iTunes of the desired device.
On the “Overview” tab, click the “Restore [device]” button.
Click “Restore” again to confirm.
The device is then wiped clean and the latest iOS or iPad software is installed.
After completing the factory restore process, your device will restart and you can set it up as new.
Reset iPad to Factory Settings without Password in Recovery Mode
If you don’t have an iTunes backup or need to enter a password when connecting iPad to iTunes on a computer, there is an option to use recovery mode for the device.
Connect iPad to computer using a cable. Launch the latest version of iTunes.
Restart the iOS device. For the iPad, you just need to turn the tablet off and on. Hold the battery for 8-12 seconds and wait for the shutdown element to emerge. Then swipe the slider to the right and wait until the device turns off completely. In iOS 11 and iOS 12, you can also turn off your device by going to Settings General Turn Off. Now turn the gadget back on by clicking on the power button and waiting for a few seconds, after which the standard OS startup operation will begin. If for any reason these actions do not give a result, a forced reboot operation is performed: simultaneously hold down the battery and the “Home” button, wait until the device is completely turned off (8-10 seconds), release the element and wait for the operating system to load.
After the recovery mode screen appears, select “Recover”.
ITunes will download the software for this unit. If the procedure time exceeds 15 minutes, the device will automatically exit the recovery mode. Then repeat steps 2 and 3.
How to factory reset iPad without password
“Hard Reset” (Hard or full reset) is the best and at the same time the cardinal solution to a large number of problems. Before selling a tablet, for example, or in those unpleasant cases when the gadget overheats or glitches. There is a built-in reset option in the iOS device itself (see “Method 1”). However, if you have a device with a jailbreak, you should not use this method. the chances of getting a frozen iPad are too high. Again, human memory is imperfect and almost everyone is faced with the forgotten password problem. Therefore, few of the users manage to solve the problem with simple means. How to reset Apple iPad to factory settings in the best way?
How to reset iPad to factory settings in the standard way
If the iOS device is not locked and there is free access to the installed software (you know the password or it is missing), then the iPad has a built-in option to reset the settings.
Open the menu “Settings” “General” “Reset” then select one of the options :. “Reset all settings“. everything that has been configured (wi-fi, geolocation settings, etc.) will be reset, but the applications will remain. Suitable for fixing small glitches “Reset content and settings”. absolutely all information up to the latest firmware is deleted, the process usually takes a few minutes.
There is another trick recommended by experienced users. Their practice dictates that creating a new profile on the current device using the file manager can reset the iPad to the standard set of factory settings. At the same time, no documents, photos, videos and other content disappear without a trace, and they can be restored if necessary.
Start the file manager, find the “Library” directory, find the “Preferences” folder in it, rename the folder. Thus, a new profile is formed with a number of settings inherent in a completely new gadget. To subsequently restore everything that was reset, it is enough to rename the folder again, returning the previous name.
Factory reset iPad using Find My iPhone
In order to restore the iPad / iPad 2 / iPad mini to factory settings, you can also use the official function from Apple called “Find My iPhone”. With this technology, this procedure is performed remotely and without an access code. Follow these steps:
Using any other device (iOS device, Android device, computer), go to the official iCloud website and open the “Find My iPhone” section.
Click on “All Devices” and select the iPad you want to restore.
You will be offered a choice of 3 options. Select the “Erase iPad” function and confirm your choice to reset all iPad data and settings.
Resetting iPad via Settings
If you want to reset iPad to factory settings, the easiest way is to use the corresponding function in Settings. To do this, you need to go to the iPad Settings and go there to the “General” section.
Then you need to scroll to the bottom of the list and open the “Reset” subsection.
This will take you to the section with settings related to factory reset on iPad. The following functions are available here: Reset All Settings, Erase Content and Settings, Erase Network Settings, Reset Home Button Settings, Reset Keyboard Dictionary, Reset Geolocation Settings. If you want to reset iPad to factory settings, then “Reset all settings” or “Erase content and settings” will suit you. Select one of these functions and follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
- The “Erase all settings” function removes the settings of the iPad. All settings are returned to factory defaults, while your data remains intact. This function is suitable if you have any problems with the settings. For example, something freezes or does not work as it should.
- The “Erase content and settings” function is a complete reset of the iPad to factory settings. When using this function, all settings will be reset to factory defaults, and user-generated content that was on the iPad will be deleted. This reset option is suitable if you plan to sell your iPad or just give it to another person for use.
How to Erase and Factory Reset your iPad!
Reset iPad via iTunes
You can also factory reset iPad using iTunes. In this case, first you need to turn off Find iPad. To do this, go to the iPad Settings, open the “iCloud” section and disable the “Find iPad” function there. It should be noted that to disable this feature, you will have to enter your Apple ID password. Without this, you will not be able to turn off the iPad search and perform a factory reset via iTunes.
After disabling Find iPad, you can start resetting your iPad to factory settings. To do this, launch iTunes on your computer and connect your iPad to your computer using a cable. After connecting your iPad, click on the device icon that appears in the upper left corner of the iTunes window.
Then you need to go to the “Overview” tab.
And click on the “Restore iPad” button there. It should be noted that there is also a “Restore from copy” button next to it. This button is responsible for restoring the iPad from a previously created backup and has nothing to do with a factory reset. Therefore, do not confuse the buttons “Restore iPad” and “Restore from a copy”.
After clicking on the “Restore iPad” button, a small window will open asking you to confirm the iPad reset to factory settings. In this window, you need to click on the “Restore” button again and then the iTunes program will begin the process of resetting the settings on your iPad.
How to factory reset iPad
The need to reset iPad to factory settings can arise in a variety of situations. For example, a reset may be necessary in the event of a software failure or when the device is sold. In this article, we will look at three ways at once on how to reset iPad to factory settings.
But, first, a few words about safety. Before resetting iPad, you need to check the battery charge level. It is necessary that it be charged at least 30 percent, and preferably everything at 100. Since turning off the device during a factory reset can lead to breakdown. Also, before resetting, it is advisable to make a backup using iTunes. This will allow you to restore everything in the event that you change your mind. And if you have an iPad with a jailbreak, then it is better to refuse to reset the settings altogether, as this can lead to problems with loading.
Reset iPad via iTunes without password
If you have forgotten your Apple ID password, the instructions above will not work because you simply cannot turn off Find iPad. If you find yourself in such a situation, then you can try resetting iPad to factory settings using Recovery Mode.
Entering Recovery Mode is easy enough. To do this, you need to do the following:
- Turn off the iPad and wait a few minutes for all programs to finish their work and the iPad turns off completely;
- Press the “Home” button and without releasing it, connect the iPad to the computer using a cable;
- You need to hold the “Home” button until the iTunes icon and cable appear on the iPad screen;
- After that, the “Home” button can be released, you have successfully entered the Recovery Mode.
After enabling Recovery Mode, you need to launch iTunes on your computer and click on the “Restore iPad” button. This way you can reset iPad to factory settings without Apple ID password.
If you need to exit Recovery Mode without using recovery, then just press the iPad’s power button and hold it until it starts to boot.
Resetting iPad in Settings
Attention! This will require a password from Apple ID.
Before starting a hard reset iPadOS, you need to turn off Find My or Find iPad:
- Go to Settings
- Click on your photo
- Go to “Locator”
- “Find iPad” must be deactivated
- Fill in the AppleID password
- Confirmation of your choice will follow.
Then you need to deactivate your AppleID on this device. For this you need:
- Go to settings
- Open your profile
- Going down, press “Exit”
- Activate the levers if you want to save some of the suggested information on the iPad.
Tip: If you’re selling your iPad, just keep going. You have already created a backup for yourself.
- Open the settings app
- Find the desired Reset tab in the General panel
iPadOS has several reset plans to choose from:
- Reset All Settings is a regular reset that will delete all settings on iPad, but photos / information / videos / music / games will be available. Suitable if the purpose of your manipulations is to fix some kind of bug.
- Erase content and settings. ideal for later selling your iPad. We recommend that you always choose this method if you have already created a copy of the data, since when you erase the settings, you cannot be sure which of the applications / where the bug occurred in the system.
- Reset network settings. Sometimes this feature can help fix wireless network connection problems. You rarely need it, but if your problem is indirectly related to non-working Wi-Fi, you can try to use it.
- Reset keyboard dictionary. this clears the dictionary, the most frequent words that were used, and so on. A kind of “cleaning” the keyboard, if you need to give the iPad to the child.
- Reset your Home settings. helps in case there is any problem on the home screen / page. If you have installed a widget and want to get rid of it, if the child has messed up something with applications.
- Reset Geolocation. erases all visits, maps on iPad.
- Select, click “Erase” and wait
- The iPad will perform a hard reboot and will be unavailable for a while. it’s best to put it aside. It is advisable not to interrupt his state and wait for the result.
How to factory reset iPad
A system error, sale of an iPad, or an unsuccessful update may force you to look for ways to reset the iPad to its initial settings. We will tell you how to carry out this procedure safely for iPad and your data.
Resetting the iPad to the initial settings is a forced measure of complete cleaning of all information, as well as passwords / bugs / programs / photos.
If you want to save information from this iPad (transfer them to the same iPad / transfer to a new one). we advise you to create a backup copy of your iPad. We wrote about this at this link. You may also find useful instructions on how to restore data from backup to iPad / iPhone using this link. If you cannot cope with the problem yourself, you can contact the iLab service center for help.
reset via Finder / iTunes
Apple allows you to perform a data reset using iTunes / Finder. In such a case, you can restore factory settings using a Mac or another laptop using a cable.
Important! Before carrying out this procedure, you must also disable the Find my iPad / Locator function. We wrote how to do this in the previous method. Also, do not forget that before this, your MacBook must be authorized, a copy of the data from the iPad must be created on it (for insurance).
- Using a cable, we connect the iPad to the MacBook
- Open iTunes / Finder
- We are looking for our iPad in the proposed list. Then:
- In Finder, open its main settings, then “Restore iPad”.
- In iTunes, go to Overview, and note Restore iPad.
- Next, you will need to follow the instructions that appear on the screen.
The iPad should then reboot. A big request. do not interrupt it, do not disconnect it from the MacBook, do not pull out the cable. All this can have a detrimental effect on the subsequent performance of your iPad.
Attention! If you notice a problem with your iPad, we recommend contacting iLab for a free diagnosis. You can also consult with the masters on how to properly reset your iPad before selling.
How to reset iPad with / without password
If you want to undo all previous settings and content, the easiest way is. reset iPad to factory settings. Back up your important iPad data in advance, and then you can restart your iPad to get a new Apple device. Also, before restarting or transferring iPad, you need to restart iPad. For people who forgot iPad password, the most effective solution. reset a disabled iPad to unlock it. And resetting iPad is also useful for fixing system errors including freezing, black screen, freezing in recovery mode, etc.
Your iPad has a variety of reset options, such as Reset All Settings, Erase All Content and Settings, Reset Network Settings, and more. The most rewarding choice. it is to reset iPad to factory settings. Almost all iPad problems can be resolved. Therefore the purpose of this article. show you step-by-step instructions on how to reset iPad to factory settings.
- back up your iPad before you reset it
- How to reset iPad settings via settings
- How to restart iPad using iTunes
- Use a third party iPad reset tool
- How to restore iPad after reset
- Faqs to reset iPad
How to reset iPad using iTunes
Forgot your iPad password? Well, it doesn’t matter, you can still reset iPad if you forgot iPad passcode. Before resetting iPad using iTunes, there are some requirements that need to be met, especially for factory reset iPad.
Note. These are necessary items to reset iPad to factory settings without password, otherwise iPad cannot work as iPad keeps restarting iPad is disabled, etc.
- Update iTunes to the latest version.
- Disable Find iPad and Activation Lock before resetting iPad.
- You must be using the computer you backed up iPad with iTunes in the past.
Launch iTunes and connect your iPad to your computer using a USB cable. Find your iPad 1/2/3/4/5, iPad Pro, iPad Mini, or iPad Air in the Devices category.
Click “Summary” and select “Restore iPad”. Confirm restoring iPad to factory settings. Later, iTunes will immediately restore your iPad to factory settings. By the way, your iPad will be updated to the latest iOS version.
How To Reset & Restore your Apple iPad Pro 3rd Gen. Factory Reset
Key Features of iPad Backup Tool Before Reset
- One click to backup data from iPad to Windows / Mac
- Preview iPad data after backup or before restoring
- Selective recovery from iPad backup to computer
- Backup & Restore iPad without Data Loss
- Compatible with all iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad mini and iPad models
Main Features of iPad Data Recovery after Factory Reset
- Recover lost data from any iOS device directly
- Selectively Restore and Export iPad Data from iTunes Backup
- Download and import up to 19 iPad file types from iCloud backup
- Preview and Scan Lost iPad Data from Recovery
- High support for iOS 11 and all iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad mini and iPhone models
Part 5 Recover iPad after Reset
You now have a new iPad. Now is the time to restore iPad with your previous iTunes or iCloud backup files. You can get various ways to restore iPad to factory settings. Apeaksoft iPhone Data Recovery. your reliable tool that can restore iPad selectively and professionally with iTunes or iCloud backups.
Preparation if you need to save data
Before you can reset your iPad to factory settings, you need to prepare for this option. Specifically I’m talking about storing user data.
After returning to factory settings, all user files will be deleted. Most people are unlikely to be happy with this, so there are ways to save files.
How to factory reset iPad
To know how to reset iPad, you need to follow the instructions in one of the options listed below. Any of them will be fine to return to the original parameters.
Reset iPad with Dr. Fone
There are situations when it is impossible to open the device settings. For example, if it is locked and the owner cannot remember the password. Through a reset, you can just solve this problem.
- Download Dr.Fone to your computer.
- Open the program.
- Connect iPad to PC.
- Click on the Start button.
- Follow the instructions on the screen.
- Select the type, model, assembly and operating system of the device. Exactly the OS you need.
- Click on Download.
- When the OS downloads, click on Unlock Now.
- Enter a password of six zeros, press Unlock.
The flashing will take some time. When it is completed, a corresponding notification will appear on the screen.
Making a copy via PC
A copy is created via a computer using proprietary software iTunes. This method is not much different from the previous one, only in this case it is necessary to connect the tablet to iTunes on the computer.
- Connect the device to the PC via the charging cord.
- Download iTunes from the official Apple website.
- Install the program on the computer.
- Open iTunes.
- On the tablet, tap on “Allow”.
- In iTunes, click on the “Browse” button.
- Select the “Create a copy now” tab.
- Select the data to be saved.
- Enter your user account password to confirm saving.
- Hints will appear in the program. You need to follow them before you reset your mobile device.
Reset using Find iPhone
There is a function “Find iPhone”. Through it you can reset.
- Go to the official iCloud website through any technique, be it Mac, iPad, Android or computer.
- Log in to the site with your Apple ID account.
- Click on the “Find iPhone” tab.
- Select the inscription “All devices”.
- All devices associated with the account will be displayed. I must choose an iPad.
- Among the options that appear, select “Erase”.
- Confirm Action.
How to Recover iPad from iCloud Backup after Factory Reset
Step 1. Access iCloud backup files
Enter “Recover from iCloud Backup File” mode in iPhone Data Recovery. Sign in to iCloud with your Apple ID and password. Later you will be able to see all your previous iCloud backups.
Step 2. Download and scan your iCloud backup
Click the Download button next to the iCloud backup you want to restore. Choose a File Type to Selectively Restore iPad to Factory Settings.
Step 3. Restore iPad from iCloud Backup
Select and view iCloud backup files in detail. Check all the checkboxes and click “Restore” to selectively restore iPad from iCloud backup, especially after resetting locked iPad without iTunes.
- Recover 19 Data from Your iPad to Computer without Backup
- Selectively recover lost data from iTunes backup
- Download and scan file types from iCloud backup
- Preview any files, including lost and existing ones
- Supports iOS 11/12/13/14 and all iPad devices
How to Reset Locked iPad by Removing Screen Lock Passcode
If your iPad is locked by your forgetfulness, or locked by entering your password incorrectly many times, the only way to reset your iPad. erase your password. The easiest way to remove your lock screen password. use third party software, Apeaksoft iOS Unlocker.
Apeaksoft iOS Unlock is a professional iPad unlocking software. It can directly reset iPad without password, so you can use iPad like new.
Now let’s see how to reset a locked iPad.
Step 1.Connect your locked iPad to your computer
Download iOS Unlocker for free and open this program after successful installation.
Select Wipe Password Mode. Get a USB cable to connect your iOS device to your computer. Click on Run Continue button.
Step 2. Confirm device information
Then your iOS device information will be downloaded automatically. Confirm it. Or change the information if it is incorrect and click Run to continue.
Then the download of the firmware package from the Apple server will begin. The process will take some time, and I’ll just patiently wait for it.
Step 4. Reset locked iPad settings
After the firmware download is complete, press Unlock enter button 0000 and press Unlock immediately start erasing locked password and reset iPad.
This is done here to reset a locked iPad and you can use it normally by setting a new password.
How to Reset Locked iPad with iTunes
Note. If you have synced iPad with iTunes before, you can reset locked iPad without password.
Step 1.Connect iPad to a trusted computer
Update iTunes to the latest version. Use a lightning USB cable to connect iPad to a trusted computer that you’ve synced. Therefore, you will not need to enter a forgotten iPad password.
Step 2. Reset Locked iPad with iTunes
Once you connect your iPad to iTunes, iTunes will automatically detect your iOS device. Select “Summary” and click “Restore Backup” in the “Backups” section. Select “Restore” to confirm whether iTunes should restore your iPad to factory settings or not.
This method also works great when you forgot your iPad Apple ID and want to reset it to use it like a new one.
Step 3. Recover from iTunes Backup to iPad
Your iPad will restart after restoring to factory settings. When you get to the “Settings” screen, select “Restore from iTunes Backup” and choose the most suitable iTunes backup to restore.
How to Reset Locked iPad When Forgot Password
If your iPad is stolen or someone tries to unlock it without your permission, the iPad can refuse those attempts with a password. In most cases, setting a password for iPad. a good way to protect your privacy.
However, what if you forgot your iPad password and got locked like the others?
The easiest way to unlock a disabled iPad. restore factory default settings. So how do you reset a locked iPad without a password? You can read the following paragraphs to find the most suitable way to restore your locked iPad to factory settings.
- How to Reset Locked iPad by Removing Lock Screen Passcode
- How to Reset Locked iPad with iTunes
- How to Reset Locked iPad via iCloud
- How to Reset Locked iPad via Recovery Mode
- How to restore iPad after reset
- Faqs on Resetting a Locked iPad
How to Reset Locked iPad via iCloud
Note. If you’ve turned on Find iPad in the past, you can remotely reset your locked iPad using the iCloud website. In other words, you can reset locked iPad if forgot iPad password using iCloud.
Visit Find My iPad on iCloud.
Open iCloud.com in your browser. Visit the Find iPad section and sign in to your iCloud account. You need to select your iPad from the All Devices drop-down list. After that, a popup will appear with options related to your iPad.
Step 2. Reset Locked iPad to Factory Settings
Click the Erase iPad button below the iPad icon. Check the box and confirm to reset the locked iPad. Select “Remove from Account” to completely erase all data from the disabled iPad. After that, you can restore your iPad from a backup or set up iPad as new.
This method also works when your iPad gets stuck in saving reboot iPad password if forgotten etc.
Part 5 Recover iPad after Reset
If you still want to use this iPad, you need to restore it after factory reset. For people who don’t want to completely restore iPad from iTunes or iCloud backups using Apeaksoft iPhone Data Recovery should be a good idea.You can preview and scan iTunes or iCloud backup and then decide which item to output to computer freely. All iPad models are available here, such as iPad Pro / Air / mini and iPad 1/2/3 / 4. So you can restore iPad professionally after restoring locked iPad to factory settings with iPhone Data Recovery.
How to Recover iPad from iTunes Backup after Factory Reset
Step 1. Launch iTunes Backup Program
Run iPhone Data Recovery on your trusted computer. Select “Recover from iTunes Backup File” mode. To make sure iPhone Data Recovery can detect all your iTunes backups, you can open iTunes by the way.
Step 2. Scan your iTunes backup
Select the most suitable iTunes backup file and click “Start Scan” below. Enter your password if you’ve previously made an encrypted iTunes backup. iPhone Data Recovery will completely extract your iTunes backup, with which you can soon recover and reset your locked iPad.
Step 3. Restore iPad after Resetting Locked iPad
Preview all iPad files by category. Select the data you want to recover from iTunes and then click “Recover” to get iPad data from iTunes backup to your computer.