It is not a question of convenience. You can’t relish the idea of spending time entering the wrong passcodes again. And every time you do, you feel frustrated and disappointed. Isn’t it? Isn’t it frustrating to have to repeat the same passcode, just to be on your way?
Isn’t it annoying to type in the same passcodes over again only to get frustrated? Well, if you are looking for an alternative way of entering the right codes, just look at the possibility of buying some iPad apps that handle the entry of the wrong passcodes. Not only this, they also manage to prevent you from wasting your precious time and efforts by highlighting incorrect passcodes.
All you need to do is to open the app and tap the ‘Reset Passcode’ option present in the main page. This will bring the selection of different passcodes which you can select from. All you need to do now is to hit the Enter key after selecting the right passcodes. Your iPad will then display all the possible combinations that can be entered to reset the passcodes.
Just think, you no longer need to fiddle with the keyboard. And you need not waste your precious time and efforts entering the same code repeatedly. What more can you ask for?
You can find out about all the possible combinations that can be entered to reset the passcodes by clicking on ‘Show Passcodes’, which is found in the tab. Here, you will get to view all the possible combinations that can be entered to change the password of your iPad. You will then get to see all the possible combinations which are related to the wrong passcodes. For example, if you have the combination of 8 minus 3, you can easily identify that the lock is wrong. You can then press the ‘Return/Home’ key to verify whether your passcodes were really reset by mistake or not.
Apart from resetting the passcodes, you can also edit them to suit your needs. This can be done by clicking on ‘View Pass Codes’ which is located in the tab. Here, you can select the correct passcode combination that you want to edit and click on the ‘Save/Share’ button. This will share the selected wrong passcode with the owner of the iPad. You can also select the ‘anish’ language which will help you in speaking the wrong passcode if anyone asks you for the same.
You should also note that resetting of the password never removes the stored passwords. The passwords are stored on the internal memory, which is only accessed when you press the power button and take the iPad out of the box. This is done to prevent against data loss. Apart from this, the iPad uses the encrypted, secure storage where you can restore your data from the backup.
If you are planning to reset the password, start by removing all items from the iPad that you do not require anymore. For example, if you have downloaded some applications, uninstall them. Do not forget to remove all the manuals and cables as well. You can also open your iPad’s screen and tap the ‘Menu’ button which is located on the right side.
Then, you should enter the passcode that you have just remembered. However, if you are resetting the passcodes for the first time, you should turn on the device and wait for a few seconds so that you do not accidentally turn off the iPad. After waiting for a few seconds, you should plug the iPad in the AC adapter in a different port. This is done so that you can monitor if the device is working properly. If the device is working properly, then you can remove the AC adapter.
Now, you can insert the new passcode in the slot of the iPad that you had previously used. If you have reset the wrong passcodes, you should repeat these steps until you are able to access your device. In case, if you have set the incorrect passcodes, you should replace them with the new ones. It is important to note that in replacing the wrong passcodes, you should never replace them with ones that are already used on your iPad. This might brick your device and you risk replacing your device and paying for another one.
Therefore, in order to avoid having to deal with resetting the wrong passcodes, it is important to remember and follow the guidelines provided in the user manual. When choosing an application to use on your iPad, you should ensure that it is meant for the iPad and not for any other iOS device. Make sure also that you do not include any passcodes that are already used on your device. If you accidentally reset the wrong passcodes, you should disconnect your device from the computer and attempt a hard reset on the device. This should help to get your iPad working normally again.