How to Fix an iPad That is Disabled From Connecting to iTunes:
If your iPad is disabled from connecting to iTunes, you can fix this by resetting it. To do this, you must have a PC or Mac with Windows 8 or later, iTunes installed, and the cable that came with the iPad.
You can also visit an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider to get a cable compatible with your iPad. Once you have the correct cable, you can connect your iPad to your PC.
Unlocking an iPad disabled Cannot Connect to iTunes:
If you’re having trouble unlocking your disabled iPad, there are a few steps you can take to get it working again. First, you’ll need to find a way to connect your iPad to a computer.
To do this, connect the iPad to your computer by using the USB cable. Make sure that your computer recognizes the device, and then run the iTunes setup program.
Make sure that the Find My feature is enabled. This will let you find your iPad. If you haven’t already, you can also use the iCloud service Find My iPhone to look for your device. Once you’ve done this, you can unlock your disabled iPad using your computer.
Turning off iPad:
If you’re unable to restore your iPad after it has crashed, you may want to try turning it off using the “Recovery Mode” method.
This method involves holding the power and home buttons simultaneously for about 10 seconds. Once the iPad enters the recovery mode, it will reset its settings back to factory defaults.
Before trying this method, you should back up your iPad with iTunes or iCloud. If you can’t do so, simply wait for the battery to completely drain and connect the device to the computer.
Once the device is connected to the computer, launch iTunes and choose “Restore.” After selecting “Restore,” hold down the Home button for five seconds. You should see a black screen.
Another option is to use Airplane mode. Airplane mode disables all wireless connections. After a few minutes, you can reconnect your iPad. You can also try turning off the iPad the same way as before.
Entering DFU mode:
Entering DFU mode is a way to recover an iPhone or iPad by connecting it to a computer. You can enter this mode using iTunes or Finder. This process works differently on some iPad models, including those that have a Face ID sensor.
You may also need to enter DFU mode if you have a hardware issue. For instance, if you’ve lost the iTunes password, or the device has been disabled for some reason, you may need to restore the operating system.
First, you’ll need to connect the iPad to your computer. Hold the Home button and the power button at the same time.
When the screen turns black, release the power button, but hold the Home button until you see the Apple logo or Finder. If your iPad doesn’t have a Home button, it’s not in DFU mode. If you don’t have these tools, you’ll need a Mac or Windows computer.
Factory resetting iPad iPad disabled Cannot Connect to iTunes:
Factory resetting your iPad will remove all data from it, including settings and any files you may have stored on it.
However, if you don’t have iTunes installed, you can still get your data back. You can also use the iPad settings to reset your device to factory defaults.
First, connect your iPad to your computer via a USB cable. Press and hold both the Home and Sleep/Wake buttons simultaneously for about ten seconds. Hold these buttons until you see the Apple logo. Your iPad should enter recovery mode.
After restarting, connect the iPad to your computer with the USB cable. Once your computer detects your iPad, select the Summary tab in the left-hand pane.
Once there, select Restore. Once the computer has restored your iPad to factory defaults, it should show you a message with some instructions on how to proceed.
Next, enter your Apple ID password. Make sure you enter it correctly or else you may lose all your data. To restore your iPad to factory defaults, you will need the latest version of iTunes. If you do not have iTunes, you can also use a backup.