How to Reset Your Apple iPad

If you’re selling your iPad or giving it to someone, you’ll want to reset it to factory settings first. Here’s how to do it.

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Open settings app

Open settings app From settings app tap “General.”

Scroll down and tap “Reset.” There are several types of resets you can perform on your iPad. For this guide, we’ll focus on resetting the iPad to its factory default settings.

Tap “Erase All Content and Settings.” This will erase everything on your iPad, including any photos, videos, music, apps, and so on. If you have an iCloud backup set up, you can choose to “Restore from iCloud Backup” after the reset is complete.

Enter your passcode if prompted. Then tap “Erase iPad” to confirm that you want to restore your iPad to its factory default settings.

Tap “General.”

Open the “Settings” app on your iPad and tap “General” in the left menu. In the right panel, scroll to the bottom and tap “Reset.” On the Reset screen, tap “Erase All Content and Settings.” You’ll be prompted to enter your passcode. Once you do, tap “Erase iPad” at the bottom of the screen. Your iPad will restart and take several minutes to complete the reset process.

Tap “Reset.”

1. Open the “Settings” app on your iPad.
2. Tap “General.”
3. Tap “Reset.”
4. Tap “Erase All Content and Settings.”
5. If prompted, enter your passcode apple id password to continue.
6. Tap “Erase iPad” to confirm your choice and begin the reset process.

Tap “Erase All Content and Settings.”

Erasing all content and settings on your iPad will delete all of your data and return the tablet to its original factory settings. This process is also known as a “hard reset.” If you’ve never reset your iPad before, or if you’re having trouble getting it to work properly, follow these steps to reset your Apple iPad.

1. Open the “Settings” app on your iPad.
2. Tap “General.”
3. Scroll to the bottom of the page and tap “Reset.”
4. Tap “Erase All Content and Settings.”
5. Enter apple id password if prompted, then tap “Erase” again to confirm.
6. Your iPad will restart and prepare itself for setup. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the setup process.

Enter your passcode, if prompted.

If you’ve forgotten your passcode, or if someone else has set one for you that you don’t know, follow these steps.

If you own an iPad with a Home button, such as the iPad Air 2 or earlier, iPad mini 4 or earlier, ipod touch 6th generation or earlier:
1.Press and hold both the Home and Top (or Side) buttons at the same time.
2.Continue to hold them until the Apple logo appears.

If you own an iPad without a Home button, such as the 11-inch iPad Pro (1st or 2nd generation), 12.9-inch iPad Pro (3rd generation), 10.5-inch iPad Pro, 11-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), 12.9-inch iPad Pro (4th generation), iPad Air (3rd generation), or iPad mini (5th generation):
1.Press and quickly release the Volume Up button.
2.Press and quickly release the Volume Down button.
3.Press and hold the Top button until your device begins to restart.

Tap “Erase iPad.”

You will see a message asking you to “Erase iPad.” This means that all of your data and settings will be deleted from the device. If you want to continue, tap “Erase iPad.”

You may be asked to enter your passcode apple id password If you are, enter it now.

Once you enter your password, the process of resetting your iPad will begin. This could take a few minutes, so be patient. Once the process is complete, your iPad will restart and you’ll be asked to set it up as a new device or restore it from a backup.

Tap “Erase iPad” again to confirm.

If you’re selling your iPad or sending it in for repairs, you’ll want to reset it to factory settings first. This will erase your data and settings and return the iPad to its default state when it was first turned on. Here’s how to do it:

Open the Settings app on your iPad.
Tap “General.”
Scroll down and tap “Reset.”
Tap “Erase All Content and Settings.”
Enter your passcode if prompted.
Tap “Erase iPad.”
Tap “Erase iPad” again to confirm.

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