Troubleshoot iPad is Disabled Connect to iTunes

Have entered a wrong password for multiple times and accidentally blocked your iOS device? You must be encountering an error saying iPad is disabled connect to iTunes. Once your device is compromised, you won’t be able to type in the password if you remember it or not. The iOS device whenever receives the wrong password five times, then it takes it as a threat that somebody is trying to breach in the device hence ends up locking it.

The device, after a few minutes, will give you an opportunity to re-enter the password. But if you don’t remember the password, you won’t be able to access your iOS device. But don’t worry as there workarounds like restoring the backup directly from iTunes backup to tackle the situation. Let’s check the methods to resolve the problem you are facing on the iOS device.

Here, how to fix the iPad Disabled Connect to iTunes problem

Resorting from iTunes

  1. Connect your iPad to a computer system through a USB cable.
  2. Now, click the device icon from the upper-left corner of the display
  3. Click Summary from the left pane.
  4. Check Automatically Backing Up.
  5. Click Restore iPhone/iPad.

Now, all the contents and data are erased from your iPad and iTunes will restore the iPad to the factory settings.

Back up your iPad

  1. Selecting Back Up Now from the main window will create and keep a backup file of your iPad in the computer with which your device is connected.
  2. Follow the steps mentioned in the previous method.
  3. Clicking the Summary button from the left pane will bring two sections on the main window.
  4. Go to the Backups section and click Back Up Now option.
  5. It will create a backup of iPad in your computer system.

Reset your iPad

  1. Open Settings app in the iPad.
  2. Click General and move to Reset.
  3. Select Erase All Content and Settings to reset the iPad.
  4. Now, restart your iPad and choose Restore from iCloud Backup. You can also choose Restore from iTunes Backup.
  5. It will set up your iPad.
  6. You will notice that your iPad is not password protected.

It doesn’t matter if you have forgotten the password and the iPad is disabled. You still can resolve the problem but must iTunes facility. Once you access iTunes backup, you can use the iPad device again.

Charlie Noah is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, David Smith has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as”

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