When using a digital device, there is always something users need to know. Like factory reset, it can be a must for those who can live without iPhone/iPad/iPod touch. Through the reset process, iOS devices can get a fresh start and you can make them a best performance.
- Part 1: What to Prepare and How to Factory Reset iOS 10?
- Part 2: How to Factory Reset iOS 10 without iPhone Passcode?
- Part 3: How to Recover Lost Data from iTunes Backup after Factory Reset
Before factory reset iOS 10 devices, we high recommend you first to back important files up. In many cases we hear from users, they are easily to lost data in this process.
Setting>>iCloud>>Backup, switch "on" and choose "Back Up Now" thus you can manually back up data of your devices.
For factory reset, things are also easy. Setting>>General>>Reset, choose the options you want to reset. The whole process may ask for your Apple ID/ password and it need few minutes to reset.
In some special cases, users happened to forget passcode, tried times but only result in iOS devices become disable. Can we still reset iOS devices when get stuck?Here we highly recommend Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot) to you, this free tool can factoryresetiOS10 without passcode and solve various iOS stuck issues, including white Apple, black/blue/red screen and reboot loop, etc.
"Fix All iOS Stuck" function is a useful tool in Any iOS System Repair (ReiBoot), this repair process can fix 90% iPhone frozen issues without causing data loss. For those who want to factory reset iOS 10 devices but unfortunately forget password, you may have a try by using advance mode, which will wipe your data without passcode and give a fresh start to your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch.
- Import/download firmware package;
- Start repairing operating system;
- Repairing done
Only three steps to do. Besides, this process is reliable and it would not let your iOS 10 device get into stuck problems anymore.
If you have already factory reset your iOS 10 devices, but unfortunately loss all the data without backing up the latest one. Maybe you can try to restore by iTunes and use the previous backup files to find something important.
- Connect your iPhone/iPad/iPod touch with computer, launch iTunes;
- Turn off "Find My iPhone";
- Click "Restore Backup" and choose a backup file to restore
However, in order to protect personal privacy, you might probably lock your backup file but could not recall its password. Never mind, you then can get help from iPhone Backup Unlocker, and this software will help you recover iTunes backup passcode.
No matter what situation you have meet with, follow the solutions we have prepared, you then probably fix the factory reset issue of your iOS devices. If you still have problems, don't hesitate to contact us.