If you’ve ever purchased an iPad secondhand from a company or other organization, you may find it still remotely managed by the original administrator. This is common with devices that were used in the field and then disposed of, and it can be a major nuisance to buyers who want to use their device for personal reasons. Fortunately, there are a couple of ways to get around this problem.

The first method involves asking the previous administrator for the MDM password. If you’re able to get in touch with them, they can delete their MDM profile from your iPad through Settings. This isn’t always easy, but it can be done.

The second method is a little trickier, as it requires using a third-party tool to bypass MDM locks. Several tools are available, including 4uKey and 3uTools, but they all require the MDM profile password. In addition, they don’t work on iOS 13 or higher. If you’re unable to remove the lock with these methods, your last resort is bringing the device to an Apple Service Center.

In this article, we’ll show you how to remove remote management on ipad by using the iPhone/iPad MDM bypass tool from WooTechy iDelock. This tool is a beginner-friendly software that will let you get back your full control over your iDevices. It can bypass activation locks, unlock screen passcodes, and remove MDM profiles from your iPhone/iPad without the original administrator credentials. This method will work on any iPhone or iPad with a MDM lock, but it won’t work if your device is updated to the latest version of iOS.