I saw the message "iPhone is disabled, connect to iTunes" because I forgot my passcode…
Are you looking for solutions to fix disabled iPhone or iPad by connecting to iTunes/Finder?
In this article, we will show you how to easily open your disabled iPhone/iPad with iTunes/Finder, step by step.
Reset Disabled iPhone/iPad with Recovery Mode on iTunes/Finder – Free Way.
iTunes is a good helper to resolve several iOS device problems, but it does not promise to troubleshoot all problems. Nevertheless, if you have a computer, try it first as this is a free way for you to restore your disabled iPhone/iPad. If putting to recovery mode and restoring with iTunes way not work for you, turn to the app SD iPhone Passcode Unlocker for help.
Steps to unlock your disabled iPhone or iPad with forgotten Passcode. The process will erase all content and settings. And you need to have Find My iPhone/iPad turned off to restore with iTunes beforehand.
Preparation: Put your iPhone or iPad into DFU Recovery Mode.
Step 1. Launch iTunes or Finder. Connect your device to your computer and keep your device in recovery mode.
For more details to put your iPhone or iPad in Recovery Mode, read our tutorial: How to Put iPhone/iPad in Recovery Mode 2021.
Step 2. Click Restore when the Pop-up screen shows the message.
When you see the pop-up screen with Restore or Update options, choose Restore. And iTunes or Finder will download the software for your device. if it takes more than 15 minutes, your iPhone or iPad will exit recovery mode, do as the above to put it into DFU recovery mode again.
Wait for the process, when finished, set up your iPhone or iPad again to use your devices.
We hope this article helped you learn how to enable disabled iPhone or iPad with iTunes.You may also want to see our guide on iPhone Disabled Bypass, iPhone is Disabled and Won’t Connect to iTunes Solved, How Many Failed Passcode Attempts on iPhone/iPad, Can’t Turn Off Find My iPhone and iPhone Unavailable.
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