#Passcode #iOS – How to reset forgotten passcode iOS : If you’re locked out of your iPad, iPod or iPhone then don’t fret because here’s how to reset a forgotten iOS passcode. Whether or not your device is synced to iTunes, it’s possible to fix and restore your iOS passcode on iPod, iPad or iPhone if you’ve forgotten it. See: 23 best new phones you should be most excited about in 2015.
If you’ve forgotten your passcode for your iPhone, iPod or iPad, or maybe someone thought it was funny to add one, then we’ve got you covered. Even if you’ve put a wrong passcode in six times and are presented with an “iPad is disabled” messages, not all is lost. See all Apple tutorials.
Luckily, Apple has thought about this possibility and made a way for devices to be reset. The key question is have you already synced your iPad or iPhone with iTunes on your computer? We’ve written a guide for those that have and those of you who haven’t. The guide will also work for anyone with an iPod touch.
How to reset forgotten passcode iOS: Already synced with iTunes
Connect your iPad, iPod or iPhone to the PC or Mac that you normally sync with and open iTunes. If iTunes asks you to enter the passcode, use another computer that you have previous synced with. Otherwise, refer our guide below for never synced with iTunes.
If the device is still disabled, or if iTunes does not automatically sync your device, sync the device with iTunes with the ‘Sync’ button.