I don’t know when the Restrictions four digit password was set up. iPad was given to me by a friend, totally new and not set up. She received two iPads for a book order she made as a librarian. One day I happened upon it, and so it is probably in all the backups. The reset should get rid of my Apple ID, iCloud password, and the iPad 4 lock screen password, So that I do not have to reset them from my iPad 5 which I have now.
If I go to the Find my iPad application and use it to erase my content on the iPad 4, can a student that I want to give it to still use it with all the factory resets? I have tried eight times to figure out the restrictions password, with no luck. I don’t think it should interfere with any of the apps the student needs, that were originally on the new iPad 4.
I am just concerned that it will not let him set up his own settings for the iPad4 after I erase my Settings. The restrictions passcode never interfered with my use of that iPad 4.
So my major question is can I just reset the iPad 4 to factory settings with the applications it came with, Even if Icloud
backups reinstalls the unremovable restrictions password.
Maybe I should disconnect iCloud back up, for iPad 4, Before I go to find my iPhone and erase the content.
I want my student to set up his own iPad, and his own iCloud connection, totally separate from mine.
Finally, why is this Restrictions password so difficult to eliminate?