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Aktuelle Version von: Marty Rippens ,

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How do I fix "iPad is disabled" error?

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Hi,
 
In my tiny community, I'm known for fixing iPhones and iPads. The other day I got a very interesting iPad 2 (iOS 7.1) which has been totally disabled with wrong passcode tries. The owner swears she always entered the right passcode and it didn't unlock.
 
She even tried so long that now the iPad only says: "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes." When you connect the iPad to iTunesiTunes, it says it's locked with a passcode. Really? Who would've thought. :)
She even tried so long that now the iPad only says: "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes." When you connect the iPad to iTunesiTunes, it says it's locked with a passcode. Really? Who would've thought. :)
 
I even went to her place to connect the iPad to her computer because I'veI naively thought the iTunes there will definitely say I should enter the passcode. Well it didn't. She of course doesn't want to lose all the data, because she obviously didn't backupback up this iPad in a very long time.
I even went to her place to connect the iPad to her computer because I'veI naively thought the iTunes there will definitely say I should enter the passcode. Well it didn't. She of course doesn't want to lose all the data, because she obviously didn't backupback up this iPad in a very long time.
 
I'm playing with the idea of opening the iPad and disconnecting the battery. Do you guys have any experience with that? When I reconnect the battery and turn the iPad on, will it offer me a chance to enter the passcode?
I'm playing with the idea of opening the iPad and disconnecting the battery. Do you guys have any experience with that? When I reconnect the battery and turn the iPad on, will it offer me a chance to enter the passcode?
 
All constructive opinions and questions welcome! :)

Gerät:

iPad 2

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open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

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Bearbeitet von: Kristen Gismondi ,

Titel:

iPadHow do I fix "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes. What to dodisabled" error?
iPadHow do I fix "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes. What to dodisabled" error?

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Hi,

In my tiny community, I'm known for fixing iPhones and iPads. The other day I got a very interesting iPad 2 (iOS 7.1) which has been totally disabled with wrong passcode tries. The owner swears she always entered the right passcode and it didn't unlock.

She even tried so long that now iPad only says: "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes." When you connect the iPad to iTunes it says it's locked with a passcode. Really? Who would've thought. :)

I even went to her place to connect the iPad to her computer because I've naively thought the iTunes there will definitely say I should enter the passcode. Well it didn't. She of course doesn't want to lose all the data, because she obviously didn't backup this iPad in a very long time.

I'm playing with the idea of opening the iPad and disconnecting the battery. Do you guys have any experience with that? When I reconnect the battery and turn the iPad on, will it offer me to enter the passcode?

All constructive opinions and questions welcome! :)

Gerät:

iPad 2

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

173619

Bearbeitet von: Kristen Gismondi ,

Titel:

iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes. What to do?

Text:

Hi,
 
inIn my tiny communitycommunity, I'm known for fixing iPhones and iPads. The other day I'veI got a very interesting iPad 2 (iOS 7.1) which has been totally disabled with wrong passcode'spasscode tries. The owner swears she always entered the right passcode and it didn't unlock.
inIn my tiny communitycommunity, I'm known for fixing iPhones and iPads. The other day I'veI got a very interesting iPad 2 (iOS 7.1) which has been totally disabled with wrong passcode'spasscode tries. The owner swears she always entered the right passcode and it didn't unlock.
 
She even tried so long that now iPad only says: "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes." When you connect the iPad to iTunes it says it's locked with a passcode. Really? Who would've thoughtthought. :)
She even tried so long that now iPad only says: "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes." When you connect the iPad to iTunes it says it's locked with a passcode. Really? Who would've thoughtthought. :)
 
I even went to her place to connect the iPad to her computer because I've naively thought the iTunes there will definitely say I should enter the passcode. Well it didn't. She of course doesn't want to looselose all the data, because she obviously didn't backup this iPad in a very long time.
I even went to her place to connect the iPad to her computer because I've naively thought the iTunes there will definitely say I should enter the passcode. Well it didn't. She of course doesn't want to looselose all the data, because she obviously didn't backup this iPad in a very long time.
 
I'm playing with the idea of opening the iPad and disconnecting the battery. Do you guys have any experience with that? When I'llI reconnect the battery and turn the iPad on, will it offer me to enter the passcode?
I'm playing with the idea of opening the iPad and disconnecting the battery. Do you guys have any experience with that? When I'llI reconnect the battery and turn the iPad on, will it offer me to enter the passcode?
 
All constructive opinions and questions welcomewelcome! :)
All constructive opinions and questions welcomewelcome! :)

Gerät:

iPad 2

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

173619

Bearbeitet von: Matt Gordon (Bewertungsdetails) ,

Titel:

iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes. What to do?

Text:

Hi,

in my tiny community I'm known for fixing iPhones and iPads. The other day I've got a very interesting iPad 2 (iOS 7.1) which has been totally disabled with wrong passcode's tries. The owner swears she always entered the right passcode and it didn't unlock.

She even tried so long that now iPad only says: "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes." When you connect the iPad to iTunes it says it's locked with a passcode. Really? Who would've thought :)

I even went to her place to connect iPad to her computer because I've naively thought the iTunes there will definitely say I should enter the passcode. Well it didn't. She of course doesn't want to loose all the data, because she obviously didn't backup this iPad in a very long time.

I'm playing with the idea of opening the iPad and disconnecting the battery. Do you guys have any experience with that? When I'll reconnect the battery and turn the iPad on, will it offer me to enter the passcode?

All constructive opinions and questions welcome :)

Gerät:

iPad 2

Status:

open

Akzeptierte Antwort:

173619

Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Jan Ferme ,

Titel:

iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes. What to do?

Text:

Hi,

in my tiny community I'm known for fixing iPhones and iPads. The other day I've got a very interesting iPad 2 (iOS 7.1) which has been totally disabled with wrong passcode's tries. The owner swears she always entered the right passcode and it didn't unlock.

She even tried so long that now iPad only says: "iPad is disabled. Connect to iTunes." When you connect the iPad to iTunes it says it's locked with a passcode. Really? Who would've thought :)

I even went to her place to connect iPad to her computer because I've naively thought the iTunes there will definitely say I should enter the passcode. Well it didn't. She of course doesn't want to loose all the data, because she obviously didn't backup this iPad in a very long time.

I'm playing with the idea of opening the iPad and disconnecting the battery. Do you guys have any experience with that? When I'll reconnect the battery and turn the iPad on, will it offer me to enter the passcode?

All constructive opinions and questions welcome :)

Gerät:

iPad 2

Status:

open