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You can use forgot password option in the IPad where your twitter account is not working properly.
Then reset your password and login to twitter using the same IPad which was having problem. Getting started with Twitter for iPad
The last section of this link provides you with information on resetting your password.
If in case the problem persists then it must be an Apple problem.
It sounds like someone else is using your Apple ID and/or account. Does anyone else in your family use your account on another Apple device (iPhone, iPad, iPod)?
If not, you should contact Apple and also change your Apple ID password as soon as possible. If items are being charged to your account and you are sure you haven't given your account details to anyone, then changing your password will at least stop the unauthorized users from purchasing items with your account.
You don't need to know your password for the iPad. As long as you know the password for your iTunes account, you used to setup the account on the iPad for. Connect the iPad with the computer and open iTunes and give in the password for the iTunes account. Apple will unlock the iPad and you can setup a new pass code for the iPad.
When you forgot your iTunes password, you have to contact Apple and prove you are the legal owner of the account.
Use this link to find more support for that: Apple ID Support
The only reason I can think of for your iPad not signing into Google when your Mac can is that the credentials being entered are not the same in both cases. The username should be the same as this is easily checked at each machine when you are on the log in page. The password is different as it is usually only shown on any screen as dots or asterisks. If you have saved the details on each machine then I would suggest that you check the usernames are the same and then change your account password using the Mac and the instructions below.
Log in to your Gmail account, click on the cogwheel to the top right of the window, and click "Settings" Click on the Accounts and Import tab and the password options, including changing the password are the first options on the list.
Having changed the password you can log in again from the Mac and then try logging in on the iPad using the new password.
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This is a very hard question to answer without me actually being there to see how it is configured at the moment. If you go into settings, email, calendars, etc, look to see if your password is configured correctly. iOS email is not hard to troubleshoot, but one must be there to see how it is configured now. Tell me this, is this a password issue? Do you need to change your email password? If you have an external email account that is added to the iPad, the password that you configured on your external account is the password you have to use on your iPad. This would be where you would have to go and change the password and then put the password into the iPad. I hope I helped some. Check this link for answers. iPad Mail Contacts Calendars Apple Support
Tap Settings > iCloud. If you're using iOS 8, tap Storage > Manage Storage > Backups. ...Tap the name of your iOS device.Tap Delete Backup. When you're asked to confirm, choose Turn Off & Delete to turn off Backup and remove all backups for the iOS device from iCloud.
No password, no access. You seem to need to 'Restore iPad' through iTunes (connect iPad to computer and open iTunes, you need internet connection to download system). All data will be lost through a restore, unless you back up (but without password you probably don't access the data anyway...).
On any iOS device you can receive mails, if you did setup the account correct. If anything has changed in the account, like from POP to SMTP or if something changed in the account name, or you changed the password, you have to change the settings to.
I think the easiest way is to go to settings, email and change the part BT changed. (what you call format, could be from POP to SMTP)
Or if you have everything about the settings on paper, just delete the BT account and set up a new BT account with the new settings.
I've seen this happen with mobile devices sometimes, do you have any special characters? Make sure you're putting each character of your password in correctly. If you're certain that you are, log back in to your laptop and change your Exchange password to something simple like Password123. Wait about 20 minutes (it can take time for the password change to take effect across the domain) and try logging in with this new password. If it works, it was the password. If not, the issue may be on the iPad.
If that's the case, try removing the account from your iPad and re-adding your Exchange account. Hope this helps.