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June 2, 2024

How to Remove Mobile Device Management Supervision From an iPhone Or iPad

If you have an iPhone or iPad that is owned by your school or your employer, there is a chance it has Mobile Device Management (MDM) supervision enabled. This is a restriction that limits features of an iPhone or iPad, and you may be wondering how to remove it. Supervision can also cause a range of security issues, including exposing your data to third parties and preventing you from updating software or settings. This article will show you how to bypass MDM and remove supervision from your iPhone or iPad.

What is MDM?

MDM is a functionality built into Apple products that gives companies and schools control over devices. The feature allows schools and businesses to remotely manage their students’ and employees’ devices, and it can include restrictions on how the device is used and who uses it. It can also allow administrators to monitor the usage of their iOS devices, and it will alert them if someone is using the device inappropriately or when there is suspicious behavior.

In addition, MDM can help organizations track the location of their devices, send notifications to employees and students, and prevent employees from leaving the office without turning off the device. It can also allow an administrator to remotely unlock a device or erase the data on it if necessary. However, it can also expose the device to hacking or other security threats.

How to remove MDM supervision from ipad

It is possible to turn off MDM on an iPad by going into the settings and selecting “Manage Setting Account.” To disable this feature, you will need to log in with the administration account and select the child for whom you want to stop monitoring. After that, you can choose to stop monitoring the device or reset it. You will need to know the MDM password in order to access the settings and remove supervision.

Another way to remove MDM supervision from an iPad is to use a tool such as MagFone iPhone Unlocker. This software supports all models of the iPad and can take MDM off on an iPad without knowing the MDM profile details. The process is simple and only requires a few clicks of the mouse. Once the factory reset is complete, your iPad will be completely free of MDM and any restrictions.

Alternatively, you can use Apple Configurator 2 on a Mac to remove MDM from an iPhone or iPad. This method requires the MDM password and is not recommended unless you are working with an IT department.

You can also download and use a tool such as Tenorshare 4uKey or Joyoshare iPasscode Unlocker to bypass MDM and remove device supervision from your iPhone or iPad. Both of these tools require a password but don’t cause any data loss. The key difference between these two tools is that 4uKey does not require administrator permission and doesn’t require a computer. On the other hand, Apple Configurator 2 requires an IT department to be able to remove MDM from an iPhone or iPad and can cause data loss.