This will also reset the Screen Time. This is not so much a solution, but should you want to change your passcode to something which is going to work better for you, it is easy to do so. I tried all i could for so many months as a matter of fact i was scammed a lot of time till i came across a post about Chuck. Keep pressing the two buttons until you see the Recovery Mode screen appear on your computer. Select the Restore option when iTunes prompts you as long as you've backed up your device, you should not have to worry about restoring your phone. Press and hold the Home button and the top button at the same time.
If you want to change it to something more secure, or something which simply suits you better, we explained how to do that above, in Solution One. This is your 'Restrictions Passcode' for your iPhone. Tips If you forget you iPhone passcode, connect your phone to your computer and open iTunes. With iCloud and Time Machine, respectively, after a one-time set up, the devices back up on their own. Keep holding those buttons down past the Apple logo until you see the Recovery Mode screen. Now you'll be able to access your device without the restriction passcode. When the program detects your iPhone or iPad, you should then choose 'Erase Full Data'.
You firstly used our tools to backup everything. Without your passcode, of course, the data is inaccessible anyway so erasing it really doesn't change your situation. From the extracted file, find and click to open 'com. But before that, let's see some basic background knowledges on restriction passcode. All of your data will be erased, but you will get it back later.
When you do it, the unlocking will continue. This also works for iPhones and iPads. But you'll lose everything as well. Your question isn't making sense. Note: Before you follow these steps, you need to know that it will lead to data loss, so maintain a backup which can be easily restored later. According to our test, you can try to completely erase your device, icluding the restriction passcode.
The problem is that if you use a backup from iTunes or iCloud is that will also overwrite all the passwords. One last-resort solution to this is resetting your iPod, which deletes all your data and reverts the iPod to its factory settings. What you need to do is explained, we hope clearly and simply,. For this you need a tool like , because if you restore from an iTunes local computer or iCloud Apple's servers backup, the very same passcode, the one which you have forgotten, will be restored to your device again. Now enter your existing Passcode. Keeping all the data on your iPod safe is important, and using a screen lock passcode is a good security measure. Connecting your iPod touch to your original iTunes library will reset any disabled passcode counter, allowing you to make additional passcode attempts, but it will not bypass the passcode.
When the data erasure is complete, you will see a window appearing as below. Then unzip, install and run the program, telling it to 'Read Backups' from your iPhone. Remove your iPod and it will be cleared, again not sure if it works for a disabled one. Connect your iPod Touch to your computer using the cable it came with. Once the restore process has completed, the device restarts and displays the Apple logo while starting up 9.
If you cannot remember the password and want to start again, you can use a SmartKey to unlock iTunes backup password at first. He has taught computer science at Algonquin College, has started three successful businesses, and has written hundreds of articles for newspapers and magazines and online publications including About. When the process finishes, your device should be exactly as it was when you made the backup, minus the passcode lock. This can be done even if you normally backup your device to iCloud in order to make an additional backup to your computer, and is probably a good idea just to make sure you have an extra backup. Only the data that is compatible with your iPod touch can be restored.
Wiping All Data From Your iPod touch The first step to recovering your iPod touch is to restore it to factory settings, which is the way it was when you first opened the box. Do remember to keep a backup of your iPhone before you try it. Press and hold the power button for 3 Seconds 4. If you forget the passcode, you must restore your iPhone's factory settings. Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site.
If your device has network connection, you can remote wipe it and start over to set it up. You can, however, reset the device and choose a new passcode, while restoring all of your data, provided you backed up the iPod Touch before you forgot the passcode. It is a wide range of things worth of some exploration and careful consideration. It is probably best to use a 'Restrictions Passcode', and keep everyone happy and safe. First, you should understand that this method will not work with 'Find My iPhone' enabled, as that gives additional security, which in this situation is not helpful. If your device is without a network connection, you can remove find my phone from the device by signing into iCloud.