How do I enable a disabled Apple device?

How do I enable a disabled Apple device?

How to unlock a disabled iPhone using a computer

  1. On your computer, start iTunes and connect your iPhone using a USB cable.
  2. Start your iPhone’s recover mode.
  3. On your computer, click “Restore.”
  4. After this process completes, your iPhone will be reset to its factory conditions.

How do I get my iPhone out of disabled without a computer?

One way to unlock a disabled iPhone or iPad without computer is to use Apple’s Find My iPhone service. It allows you to remotely perform actions on an iOS device. All you need to do is access either the website or the app on another device and you will be able to unlock the device.

How do I unlock a disabled iPhone without Itunes or iCloud or computer?

How do you reset an Apple device?

How To Factory Reset An Apple Device 1. Go to your “Settings”, this can be found in the gear icon on your device 2. Under the “Settings” tab go to the “General” tab: 3. Scroll down the menu to the last tab which is labeled “Reset.”. 4. Select the “Erase All Content and Settings” tab, this will bring you to the point of no return.

How do you enable a disabled Apple ID?

The first way you can try to fix your disabled Apple ID is by jumping into a special page by Apple and then changing the password for it. Note. It’s best if you use your computer to visit Apple’s Apple ID webpage since it’s a whole lot easier to type your Apple IDs, passwords, and your security questions with a full-sized keyboard.

How do you enable disabled iPhone without iTunes?

How to enable a disabled iPhone without connecting to iTunes: Step 1: The first thing you will need to do is to first launch the LockWiper tool and next is to click on “Start” to begin the whole process. Step 2: Connect your iPhone to the computer. Put your iDevice in either DFU or Recovery mode.

Why my Apple ID disabled?

The main reason why your Apple ID usually gets disabled is that you have entered your Apple ID and Password incorrectly too many times so your iPhone, MacBook or iPad thinks that someone alien is trying to intercept your Apple ID account.