MacMost Now 534: Basic iPad Security

There are three simple steps you can take to protect your iPad against being lost or stolen. Use the passcode feature to stop someone else from accessing your data. Set up Find My iPad with your MobileMe or free Apple ID. Put a message on your lock screen to help someone return your lost iPad to you.

Comments: 5 Responses to “MacMost Now 534: Basic iPad Security”

    M.A.
    8 years ago

    I got lost around “find my ipad” without mobile me. the presenter is assuming that there are things I know how to do.. so there were some steps missing. something about setting up a mail account through iTunes, but there were no instructions about how to do that or whether I do that on my computer or on the ipad. is there another place where I can find this?
    tks

    M.A.
    8 years ago

    oh great. I thought that if you did Mobile Me you had to pay for a subscription and I’m not ready to do that.
    thanks

    rob
    8 years ago

    I set up ‘find my ipad’ but how do I set up the security code and load in an alarm sound for it?

      8 years ago

      Security code? Alarm? That’s not part of Find My iPad.

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