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How to Factory Reset your iPhone/iPad without Passcode and Computer(100% Working)

How to factory reset your iPhone without passcode or computer? That means you want your iPhone like a brand new one with factory settings.

There may be many reasons causing you to do this.

  • When your iPhone is damaged or disabled, or there are some other problems, you can only reuse your iPhone to enable or fix it.
  • Before selling or after buying an old iPhone, you need to erase all the data. Or before transfer your old iPhone to another people, you’d like to keep your private data safe by erasing it.
  • You prefer a factory reset to rearrange your iPhone, for full storage or other your liking.
How to Factory Reset iPhone iPad without passcode and Computer
How to Factory Reset iPhone iPad without passcode and Computer

However, it’s worth mentioning that sometimes you only need a soft reset to troubleshoot common problems. With a force restart, you won’t lose any data. Unlike the hard reset (factory reset), which will wipe all the data from the iPhone/iPad/iPod. When you force restart your iPhone, the whole iOS system and the apps will be restarted and minor errors should be probably fixed.

Let’s work through the four main methods to factory reset your iPhone/iPad/iPod without passcode or computer. To save your data, we advise you to back up your iPhone/iPad with iCloud iTunes or apps before a hard reset.

If you need to restore a disabled iPhone without losing data, please refer to How to Restore Disabled iPhone without Losing Data.

Part 1: Factory Reset your iPhone/iPad via Settings.

This is the easiest way to reset your iPhone/iPad only with your iDevice. To use this method, your iPhone shouldn’t be disabled. And you can normally use the apps on it.

  • Tap Settings.
  • Tap General.
  • Scroll all the way down and choose Reset.
  • Tap Erase All Content and Settings.
  • Tap Erase Now.

factory reset your iPhone via settingsLater, your iDevice will be reset to factory settings and restart. You can set it up meticulously from scratch or restore it from a recent backup either from iCloud, iTunes, or other desktop apps.

Part 2: Reset your iPhone/iPad via iTunes (without passcode).

If you have synced your iPhone with iTunes on your PC or Mac before, it will not ask you for a passcode when it’s plugged into the computer. Then you can restore your iPhone or iPad with iTunes under most conditions, either it is disabled or not.

  • Open iTunes and plug your iPhone/iPad to the computer with the lightning cable.
  • Click the iPhone icon near the top left corner. Go to Summary Page.
  • Hit Restore iPhone or Restore iPad/iPod.

reset iPhone to factory settings by iTunes restoreWith a disabled iPhone, after connecting to the computer, you are required to put your iPhone into Recovery Mode. And then restore it when the pop-up window gives you Restore directions.

recovery mode restore with Finder or iTunes

Part 3: Factory Reset your iPhone/iPad via the SD iPhone unlocker (without passcode).

SD iPhone unlocker is a light app to remove Apple ID, remove forgotten passcode, etc. By removing Apple ID of the iPhone or Passcode, it will erase all content and settings on your iPhone.

This app is also capable of reset screen time passcode on your iPhone without data loss if you’d like to remove the screen time passcode.

Whether you remember your passcode or not, you can use this software to factory reset your iPhone/iPad by wiping the screen lock passcode.

Firstly, free download and install this SD iPhone unlocker on your PC or Mac. Afterwards, launch it.

Video Tutorial:

Step 1: Open the App and connect your iPhone to your computer.

Step 2: Head to “Unlock Screen Passcode”. Go on next if you know the passcode. if you want to reset your iPhone or iPad without knowing the passcode, follow the on-screen directions to put your iDevice to Recovery Mode.

Unlock-StartStep 3: Confirm your device information(make sure it’s accurate) and download the firmware. if you are unable to download the firmware on the app, just copy the link to your browser and download it. Then select the firmware folder from the app.

Step 4: After the extraction complete, enter “000000” to confirm unlock your passcode. Removing the lock screen passcode will erase all your data and your device will be updated to the latest iOS version.

Extraction-completeMake sure your device is connected during the resetting process. Wait for a while, your iPhone or iPad will reopen. Re-setup your iPhone/iPad, if your Find My is turned on, you will be asked to enter your Apple ID passcode during the setup process.

Part 4: Erase your iPhone to factory settings via iCloud Find My app (without a computer).

With this method, you can reset your iPhone/iPad with your iPhone or do it when you don’t physically access your iPhone/iPad.

Requirement:

  • Know your Apple ID and password.
  • If you turn on the two-factor authentication on your iPhone or iPad, you still need another iDevice or Mac to receive the authentication code or Trust authentication.
  • Turn Find My iPhone/iPad on.
  • Your iPhone or iPad is connected to the Wi-Fi or cellular network.

Steps to reset your iPhone/iPad via iCloud Find iPhone/iPad app.

  1. Open iCloud.com use your iPhone or your family or friend’s iDevice. Then enter it with your Apple ID credentials, and authentication it following the on-screen directions.
  2. Tap Find iPhone/iPad on the device.
  3. Tap All Device and locate your iPhone or iPad.
  4. Tap Erase iPhone or Erase iPad and then confirm Erase.

There are the above options to factory reset your iPhone without a passcode or computer. Choose the best for your convenience. If you got a transferred iPhone or iPad without passcode or without knowing Apple ID and password. The SD iPhone unlocker software is your ideal choice.

You may also want to read:Factory Reset iPhone 11/11 Pro (Max) without Passcode or Computer.

Amanda Lee

I am the chief editor of softwaredive.com. I have been engaged in software and computer gadgets fields for over 10 years, offering proven guides, tips, and software solutions in data recovery, and multimedia field.

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