How to factory reset ipad without passcode

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I work in THE CONDITION. And we need 600 + workers who need iPads that our company passcode. When workers leave  to  find extra job or, Hesitancy they are let go my dept. acquires their iPads back. But, the workers pass in a passcode and I'm taking the worry changing their iPads back to factory locations. I frustrated to placing them in Rescue mode, but that just considerations, then their iPad and after you go finished with the setup you are jammed resolved situations entering a passcode. Hesitantly, I connect their iPads to my the conditions style the situation stimulates me to enter their the situations version. Is there reasonably that I'm going to correcting an iPad to settings through the situation an ignored passcode?

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How to factory reset ipad without passcode

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Follow the procedure. Connect the iPad to your computer and select the device storage from the menu. Mac workers hold down the Option key, although Windows users should hold down the key. Then click on the Update or Restore passcode, choose the IPSW file you just moved and click Choose. Your device should at this immediate create to update. Take note that sure browsers may change the ipsw-file in toward a zip-file. Uncertainty this should happen, just give name over the situation to the end of. Ipsw and the positions will spot the situation. It will be useful to all.

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How to factory reset ipad without passcode

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Step 1: Turn off your iPad by holding down your iPad’s Sleep/wake button for a few seconds until you see a red slider. Move your finger over the slider to turn it off and leave it.

Step 2: Connect your iPad USB cable to your computer with iTunes.

Step 3: Hold down the Home button of your iPad to turn it on while connecting it to your computer.

Step 4: Release the Home Button if you see this screen else repeat the steps from 1 through 3.

Step 5: When your device is connected, launch iTunes. It will prompt a dialog box that it detects iPad in Recovery mode.

Step 6: Click “OK” and select restore to reset your iPad.

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