If you forgot your Apple ID passcode of your iPad or iPhone, or your iPad or iPhone device is showing the message that “your device is disabled“, then you should  follow these below instructions to remove your passcode. Note: You must know that if by any chance you have entered the wrong passcode or password on your iPad or iPhone six times continuously, your device will be locked out and you will see a message that your device is disabled.

Select a method to erase your iPad or iPhone

If you didn’t backed up your iPad or iPhone before you forgot Apple ID Password or before your iPad or iPhone was disabled, then there isn’t a way to save your iPad or iPhone data. All of your iOS device data will be formatted and erased, and your iOS device will be restored to it’s factory default settings.

Now, there are two methods given below by using which you can remove your passcode from your iPad or iPhone. The second method will erase and delete all of your iOS data.

Choose the first method to reset iPad without Apple ID Password, if you had previously synced or backed up your iOS device.

Choose the second method if you can’t sync or connect with iTunes and have never backed up your iPad or iPhone to iTunes. (if you previously synced your iOS device to iTunes but you don’t have that Computer or Mac system with you, then you also have to select the second method in order to erase, unlock your disabled iPad or iPhone without Apple ID Passcode.)

Now Choose a way to erase your iPad or iPhone so you can remove your passcode and unlock your  disabled iPhone/iPad without Apple id passcode :

  1. If you’ve synced with iTunes, use iTunes.
  2. If you can’t sync or connect with iTunes, use recovery mode.

 Erase or Factory Reset iPad without Apple ID Password Using iTunes to remove your passcode

if you had previously synced or backed up your iPad or iPhone device to iTunes, you can restore your device using this method. This will erase the device and its passcode.

  1. In the first step, just Connect your iPad or iPhone to the PC you synced with.
  2. Now you have to open iTunes, if it asks you to enter a passcode, then you can try another computer you have synced with or you should use  recovery mode.
  3. Now wait for sometime until iTunes starts syncing your iPad and iPhone, and wait for it until your iOS device backup is complete. And, if, for any reason, it doesn’t backup your device, learn what to do.
  4. After the process of syncing and backing up your iPad or iPhone is done, just click Restore [your device].
  5. Now you will see a Set Up screen on your iPad or iPhone While restoring it, just tap Restore from iTunes backup.
  6. Now in the next step just tap on your iOS device in iTunes and select it.
  7. Choose the latest backup from iTunes by checking the date and size of the backup.
  8. Your iPad or iPhone will be restored  and all the backup data will also be restored and you can set new passcode for your iPhone or iPad.

Erase or Factory Reset iPad without Apple ID Password with recovery mode to remove your passcode

if you can’t sync or connect with iTunes and have never backed up your iPad or iPhone to iTunes, then you will need to use recovery mode to restore your iPad or iPhone to factory default settings without passcode or Apple ID passcode. (If you’ve never synced with iTunes or set up Find My iPhone in iCloud)

  1. In the first step, just connect your iPad or iPhone to PC.
  2. Now open iTunes, if it doesn’t opens automatically.
  3. Now you have to force restart your iPad or iPhone while it is connected to your PC.
  4. Force restart an iPhone:
    • On an iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus:
      1. Press down and quickly release the Volume Up button
      2. Press down and quickly release the Volume Down button
      3. Now pass and hold the side Power button, continue holding until you see the Apple logo  on screen
    • On an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus:Press and hold down the power button located on the right side of the iPhone 7. While holding down the power button, press and hold down the Volume Down button on the left side of the iPhone 7. Hold down both buttons until the screen turns off. After a few seconds, the screen would come on, displaying the Apple Logo .
    • On an iPhone 6s and earlier, iPad, or iPod touch:
      1. Step 1 How to Force Restart an iPhone 6. Press and hold the Home button. While holding the Home button, press and hold the Sleep/Wake button. Add a comment. …
      2. Continue holding both buttons for about 10 seconds, until the  Apple logo appears.
  5. Now you will see a new window, you will see two options  Restore or Update, just choose Restore.
    How to Reset iPad without Apple ID Password
    Now, iTunes will start downloading  for your iPad or iPhone. If it takes more than 15 minutes, your device will exit recovery mode and you’ll need to repeat steps 2 and 3.
  6. You have to Wait for the process to finish. Then you can set up and use your device.