“My iPad mini asks for 6-digit passcode after updating to iOS 12 2018. However, there were no passcode prior to the update. I’ve disabled passcode few months before. I’ve tried the passcode that was set before but it doesn’t work.”
If you are in the same situation, you are not alone. A lot of people have the same issue. It is still a bit of a myth as to why this issue comes up, However, this pose can certainly help you with a few way to you get past the lock screen.
iPad Asking for Passcode After iOS 12 Update? Try These
1 iPad Asking for Passcode After iOS 12 Update? Remove It
If your iPad asks for a passcode after iOS 12 update but you don't know what the passcode should be, then you can try to solve the problem by using iMyFone LockWiper (for Windows & Mac), a third-party iPhone/iPad passcode remover. No matter you set up the passcode before or not, this program helps easily get into iPad or iPhone without entering the passcode.
LockWiper Fixes All iPad Screen Lock Issues
- Helps get into iPhone/iPad without entering passcode
- Removes all types of lock passcode, like 4/6-digit passcodes, Face ID and touch ID
- Cracks your iPhone/iPad when it’s locked, disabled or broken
- A complete do-it-yourself software to handle screen lock without hassle (only a few clicks required).
- Grants 99.99% success rate and 100% security
Now Download LockWiper to Remove Passcode from Locked iPad
Step 1: Download and launch iMyFone LockWiper on your Windows PC or Mac. Click on “Start” to begin the process of unlocking your iPad. Then proceed to connect your iPad to your computer.
Step 2: Choose “Other iDevice” on the top bar and follow the instructions to put your device in DFU mode.
Step 3: Proceed to download firmware Package. However, before you download firmware package, be sure to check your device model is auto-detected by the program. If not, you can correct it manually. When you're done with that, click “Download.”
Step 4: When downloading is done, you can click on “Start to Verify.” You can go to the next step once the verification succeeds.
Step 5: The final step is to unlock screen passcode. To do this, click on “Start Unlock” to begin. Be sure to read the notice carefully and enter “000000” to double confirm that you agree to unlock your device. Next thing is to click “Unlock.” In a few minutes, the lock will be successfully removed from your iPad. Your iPad passcode is then successfully unlocked!
2 Never Set up An iPad Passcode? Try This
If your iPad requires a passcode after you have updated it but you have not previously set it up before, the simplest way to go by this is to trying the default passcodes.
- If it asks for 4-digit passcode, you can try “1234” or “0000”.
- If it asks for 6-digit passcode, try “123456” or “000000”.
Apparently, the restriction code is set by the latest iOS 12 update. If the default passcode works, be sure you reset your iPad passcode to something different and take note of the new passcode. Or you can just force reboot it.
3 iPad Doesn't Accept Correct Passcodes? Force Reboot iPad
If you're are unable to get into your iPad by trying the default passcode then do not panic, you can try to force reboot your device to see if the locked iPad problem can be solved.
To do this, hold down the Home button which is right at the front of your iPad, hold it as well as the Power button. Keep them held until you can see the Apple logo appearing on your screen. You can then let go of the button afterwards.
4 Restore iPad with iTunes
The final method is by restoring your iPad to factory default settings with iTunes. Hopefully, you have an up-to-date backup. If that's the case, you can restore from your last backup to get your iPad back to normal. However, if you don't have a backup, then you will be forced to lose all your data.
- Connect your iPad to computer and open iTunes.
- While connected, press and hold the Home and Side buttons at the same time. Keep holding until you see the recovery-mode screen.
- iTunes will detect your iPhone in Recovery Mode. Click “Restore” from the pop-up window.
- Immediately your iPad is restored successfully, it will be initialized with a Hello Screen.
That's it, any of these four method should work to help you get into your iPad should you ever have a Pass code issue.