Can't Remember Password For Restrictions - Restoring To Reset Restrictions
Apr 16, 2012
I can't remember password for Restrictions. I synced my iPad and then did a restore, plus updated software, but the Restrictions are still ON and need password. I was told my someone at the store that I needed to do the restore but it didn't work?
How can I keep restrictions on my ipad. I know that if you restore the ipad as new then the password and restrictions gets disabled. Is there a way to constantly keep restrictions on the ipad even with someone restores it as new or restores it in general.
i bought an ipad for my 6 yr old granddaughter.† While exploring and pushing buttons she inadvertently went to settings and turned on restrictions.† now i do not know the password to turn off.† any way to reset so i can get app downloads?
I set up a password for the restrictions on my Ipad 2 and now I want to change the password I changed it already in the password lock location but I can't seem to get rid of the old password for the restriction panel. I'm sure there's a way to get rid of that old password.
Will the iPad have the same restrictions on video out (via either VGA or the composite video adapter cable) as on the iPhone? Meaning Slingplayer and other apps won't automatically output to the tv without jailbreaking and running add-on programs like Cydia's TVOut which impede performance further?
I use my iPad to show my photography portfolio to people or let people just use it during photo sessions while they are waiting. I would like to prevent them from opening my email and contacts, but I couldn't find any settings for that.
I had charges on credit card from i tunes. I called credit card company to pace hold to figure out whats going on. New card put in still can not update items due to account being disabeled. Why credit card is fine, as the other was also. Where can i change this statis, i have spent countless hours under restrictiobs etc. On ipad.
So I got an iPad that my daughter sometimes use and cuz of that I have activated restrictions but now I want to reset my phone completely but I put restrictions on it and now I cant remember my pin for it so what should I do?
I'm wanting to download some music apps/composing programs and wasn't able to download one because of 3G size/ram restrictions. I don't see any place on the app info site that tells me about the size, so I don't know until I'm actually downloading whether I can download or not. Is there a way to tell the size of the app if it's not posted on the ITune store? I'd rather not do partial downloads. ITunes was kind enough to get rid of Pages and I Am Symphony for me.Another related issue because it's about a music app: It gave me a prompt when I first tried to. use it that I didn't have enough memory. I knew that couldn't be right since I have the 64g/3G/wifi model, so I ditched that app. Is this what you can memory drain? I read about that on this forum? what's the best thing to do for that? restart? or did I do the right thing by ejecting the app? Information : I Mac G5, Intel 24" IMac, 3.0 gigahertz Mac OS X (10.5.6) own FC Studio.
What are the chances that Apple adds multiple-user logins for ipads? Wouldn't this truly define and separate this new product category from the iPhone and iPod? It is personal but because of the size, is more sharable than those smaller devices.Our iPad is shared between my wife, myself, and my toddler son who already knows how to access his favorite child programs.It would be great to have multiple user set ups and restrictions to prevent my son from delete something by mistake or so my wife and I can organize our respective apps. Some apps like on Macs can be shared with all users.
I have promised my son that if he scores 80% in his Exams I'll gift him iPad 3. He is 14 years old and I am concerned about the contents he can access on iPad. That's why I want to know If I can setup Parental controls on iPad so that he doesn't get access to any offending/vulgar material.
Unable to enable restrictions on ipad3. It was working fine, but now when I go to settings, general, restrictions are OFF, I select restrictions, then enable restrictions and it asks me to set a pass code, then to re-enter pass code then I am on the restrictions page but can't change anything. When I go back to settings restrictions are still shown as off.I have no idea what happened as I said it was working fine.
I have a US itunes account and now live in France. I have read that now that I have a French address and credit card I can create a French account to get apps that are only sold in this market. Before I start buying apps that are only sold in this market, I was just wondering whether there are further restrictions that would prevent the French apps from coexisting with my US apps on the same device.
Basically, my school gave every student iPads. These iPads have profiles on and restrictions. If you delete the profile (s) it removes you from the wifi and when you go to tech you get in trouble. The restrictions code I am unsure about, I tried to backup the iPad and use an extractor to view the plist and get the code, but the program I used requires a $25 payment to extract encrypted files which I really don't want to pay. Recently someone discovered a leak where you open a catalog in iTunes U (staff installed this) where it leads you to download apps, soon after my school restricted switching apple IDs. As of now I am logged in under my school and I tried every way of signing out, even through iBooks and iTunes U. How to bypass the restrictions to at least switch my account or to get the code?
Like many others, I was made aware today of a restrictions passcode that magically appeared on my iPad. Like others, I expect to be told that they don't magically make themselves up but yes, this one did. I've used the same four digits for all four-digit codes, PINs and the like all my life since my first bicycle chain. If there are four numbers, those are the same four I use. They're what I have for my regular passcode... So when I try to use them to no avail when trying to gain access to Restrictions, I know something is up and too many users are complaining about this magical passcode for it to be in our minds.¬†
I've tried erasing and restoring the iPad, which SHOULD NOT be the only option in first place but I guess my last backup came after the appearance of this passcode, because it's back!¬†
Of course, I could just ignore it and move along with my life except that I work with my iPad and certain e-mails with attachments are showing as empty. My iPhone, which, incidentally is also plagued by a phantom passcode, can open them just fine. I'm told this can be easily resolved by changing a setting in Restrictions. Fantastic.¬†
Short of completely erasing my iPad and starting anew (UH, NO), there has got to be something I can do because this is completely unacceptable and ridiculous.