3 Ways to Reset iPhone Without Passcode Easily

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Forgot iPhone passcode? iPhone is stuck in the lockreied or disabled screen? Or find your iPhone 6 passcode suddenly not working? The effective way to get access to your locked iPhone is to factory reset iPhone without passcode.

In this article, we list 3 ways for you to factory reset iPhone when you have no passcode. Apart from the triditional way to put iPhone into recovery mode and restore with iTunes, you can also factry reset iPhone without passcode or iTunes by using Any iOS System Repair or reset iPhone without passcode and computer.

How to Factory Reset iPhone without Passcode

The Best Way to Factory Reset iPhone without Passcode

Any iOS System Repair is professional iOS repair tool that can easily factory reset iPhone 7 without passcode and iTunes. When your iPhone is disabled, or it is having a serious problem that you even can't fix using iTunes restore, you can reset your iPhone with this repair software to fix the system problem and start iPhone from a fresh point.

Free download and install this iOS repair tool on your computer. Run it and then do as follows.

Step 1. Run Any iOS System Repair and plug in your iPhone to your computer using the available cable. On the main interface, select Factory Reset iPhone from the top menu.

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Step 2. If your iPhone is not recognized by this program, it will instruct you to put your iPhone in recovery mode or DFU mode to get it detected.

put iphone in recovery mode

Step 3. Once the software detects your device, you can start downloading the firmware package. Just click "Download" button to start downloading the firmware package online.

Step 4. Once the firmware package is downloaded completed. Click Start Repair to start system recovery. When the process is completed, you can start using your iPhone normally when done.

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Method 2. Factory Reset iPhone without Passcode and Computer

Another way to factory reset iPhone 6 without passcode is via

Method 3 -- Reset iPhone without Password with iTunes

You can also use iTunes to reset your iPhone without screen passcode. So that you can unlock iPhone without passcode.

    Step 1. Connect a USB cable to your Windows computer or Mac, but do not connect it to your iPhone.

    Step 2. Turn off your iPhone by pressing and hold the Home and Power button.

    Step 3. When the iPhone is off, hold down the Home button and connect iPhone to the other end of the USB cable, which should still be attached to your computer. This will force iPhone to turn on.

    Step 4. Continue to hold the Home button until an alert message in iTunes appears saying that your iPhone is detected in recovery mode like below:

    recovery mode restore with itunes

    Step 5. Click "OK". From iTunes, click "Summary" tab and click on the "Restore" button within iTunes.

Then iTunes will wipe iPhone without passcode, which means iTunes will delete all of your iPhone data, settings, apps, including the password. If you haven't backed up your iPhone before, use Data Recovery Software for iPhone to help you recover all the lost data.

These methods also work for almost all iOS users to reset iPhone passcod, refer to the article iPhone is Locked to get more details on how to reset your iPhone without password.

Tips: How to Avoid iPhone Passcode Loss

Here are useful tips for you to avoid forgetting iPhone password, so that you would not fall into the tragedy to reset iPhone in a hurry.

Tip 1. Write down your iPhone password on a paper and keep it in a safe place. This also applies to any password you have in daily life.

Tip 2. Use Touch ID instead of passcode to unlock iPhone. With just a touch of the Home button, the Touch ID sensor reads your fingerprint and unlocks your iPhone. There are two ways you can unlock with Touch ID. For more details, see Apple's offical guide: Use Touch ID on iPhone to Unlock iPhone.

Updated on / Posted by Jerry Cook to iPhone Follow @Jerry Cook