How To Hard Reset iPhone | Tips And Tricks Apple IOS

Sometimes a user wants to delete all its data so Hard Reset is the best option available rather than manually deleting each data. So in this article, I will tell you about How To Hard Reset iPhone.

Hard Reset iPhone

 Hard Reset iPhone

  • Check if the iPhone can be shut down normally. It is only recommended to force restart an iPhone only as a last resort if the device is not responding. To shut down the iPhone normally:
    • Hold down the power button until the slide to power off message appears. Drag the slider to the right.
  • Press and hold the restart button combination. If the iPhone can’t be shut down normally, simultaneously press and hold the right button combination for your iPhone:
    • iPhone 6S and earlier, iPad, and iPod Touch: Power button + home button
    • iPhone 7 and 7 Plus: Power button + volume down button
    • iPhone 8, 8+, and X: Volume up, then volume down, then power button
  • Continue holding the buttons. Do so for 10 seconds until you see the startup Apple logo on your screen, then release the buttons.

Method 2

  • Open Settings.
  •  It’s a gray app with gears (⚙️) that are typically located on your home screen.
  • Tap your Apple ID. It’s the section at the top of the menu that contains your name and image if you’ve added one.
    • If you are not signed in, tap Sign in to (Your Device), enter your Apple ID and password, then tap Sign In.
    • If you are running an older version of iOS, you may not need to do this step.
  • Tap iCloud. It’s in the second section of the menu.
  • Scroll down and tap iCloud Backup. It’s at the bottom of the “APPS USING ICLOUD” section.
    • Slide iCloud Backup to the “On” (green) position, if it’s not already.
  • Tap Back Up Now. It’s at the bottom of the screen. Wait until the backup is complete.
    • You must be connected to a Wi-Fi network to back up your iPhone.
  • Tap iCloud. It’s in the upper-left corner of the screen. This will return you to the iCloud settings page.
  • Tap Apple ID. It’s in the upper-left corner of the screen. This will return you to to the Apple ID page.
    • If you are running an older version of iOS, you may not need to do this step.
  • Tap Settings. It’s in the upper-left corner of the screen.
  • Scroll down and tap General.
  •  It’s near the top of the menu, next to a gear (⚙️) icon.
  • Scroll down and tap Reset. It’s at the bottom of the menu.
  • Tap Erase All Content and Settings. It’s near the top of the menu.
  • Enter your passcode. Enter the passcode you use to unlock your phone.
    • If prompted, enter your “Restrictions” passcode.
  • Tap Erase iPhone. Doing so will reset all settings, as well as erase the media and data on your iPhone.
  • Follow the on-screen prompts to set up your iPhone. Your iPhone will be in the same configuration that it was when it left the factory, so you will need to set it up as if it were new.

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