Hi All, I have two iPads, an Air and a 5th generation. Somehow (through Google or through Apple, I don’t know) they are being accessed by a hacker. When I tell people that, they always want to know how I’m so sure. OK, First, examples of unauthorized changes to my iPad: 1. A photo was added to my iPad, and for sure I didn’t add it and forget it. 2. A financial institution I access online was hacked- I regularly change my security settings, and the last time I did so, I tried to login a few hours later and found myself locked out. That was no mistake; I am meticulous. 3. I can’t change my Apple ID- I posted about this before, and I got a reply that doing that could cause ‘serious problems,’ although there was no explanation given. I can’t access my Google account; the password was changed, even with two methods of 2FA enabled, I can’t get in- believe me, I use the 2FA, and get a ‘sign in approved’ message, but I cannot sign in! 4. My email was deleted prior to 28/12/2019, and a few days later it was deleted prior to 5 February of this year. 5. I erased both iPads simultaneously (Settings->General->Reset->Erase All Content & Settings, *not* Reset all Settings) and a few days later I did a Manual Reinstall (not from backup) and as I can’t Reinstall both of them at the same time, I got a message on the one I was working on saying that the one I *hadn’t* reinstalled was being used for FaceTime (which I’ve never used) and iMessage, too! OK, there’s 5 examples of unauthorized access, but there’s seemingly no connection between them. When I did my reinstall, I got a message when I put Gmail back on my tablet that something bad was being installed with it. I’m concerned that if I erase All Content & Settings again, I’ll have difficulty doing a reinstall this time. With IT, I’m not a beginner, neither am I an expert. I don’t misuse the ‘Net. I don’t know what else to tell you, if you have questions I’ll give my best reply, if you have advice, you’ll have my gratitude! Thanks!