There are multiple ways to factory reset your iPad and make it free from all the lags and performance hurdles. Speaking about iTunes, it has been a promising solution to all the software related problems of every apple product, right from a software update to factory reset, iTunes serves it all. However, you cannot go through this process if you don’t have the passcode of the iPad, learn How to Factory Reset iPad Without Passcode.
The only possibility of the reason for excluding iTunes can be either your computer is giving you troubles working with this Apple homegrown troubleshoot platform, or probably you have no access to iTunes anyway. Let it be, we are here with other solutions which are equally effective and serves the purpose with ease.
# Method 1: Wondershare MobileTrans- Restore
This dedicated software is a one-stop solution to all the troubleshoot needs related to your iPad, having an accuracy and success rate of over 99%, this service has been the best of all products available in the market. This product works perfectly for used iPhones and other devices even.
# Method 2: Use iCloud.
This method requires both the passcode & iCloud password, so make sure you have both handy before starting the process. If you have lost the credential, learn the process How to factory reset iPad without Apple ID. Once you have the credentials ready, follow the instructions written below:
- Make sure you have the iCloud toggle on & have a data backup ready.
- To check the status, navigate to Setting from the home screen.
- Click on the first option “iCloud” and press the Storage button inside the menu.
- Here you will find a button “Manage Storage”, click on it and check if you have a backup file or not. If you do not have one, create one from here.
- Navigate to the Setting option again.
- Slide down till you find “General”, enter in this option, and click on the reset tab.
- A new option list will open, tap on the “Erase All Content and Setting”.
- A pop-up window will slide up from the bottom of the screen, asking you to Erase everything. This is more like a warning from the system, giving you another chance to back-up your data before deleting everything or take a U-turn f you clicked this option unintentionally.
- After you confirm the Erase button, the device will ask you for your passcode. The same passcode you always use while unlocking the iPad. Enter it.
- The device will restart now, and when it will be back to your home screen, your iPad will no longer have your data and all the settings will be pushed to default.
- Navigate again to the iCloud option and now restore the iPad from the saved backup. Complete the process.
Done and Dusted
You have successfully factory reset iPad without iTunes. Before applying the method 2, please make sure that you have turned off the find my iPad feature, otherwise, these multiple attempts of factory reset can make your device disable. We would again suggest you take method 1 if you are not sure about applying the method 2 correctly.