For every factor-reset, there is a need to backup the phone content. If you have not backup your iPhone before performing this Factory-Reset, please click here for help.
Once you’re confident that you’ve backed up your iPad or iPhone, you’re ready to perform a factory-reset. This will completely wipe your device, which is why having a backup beforehand is so important.
- To reset your iPhone or iPad go to Settings > General > Reset and then select Erase All Content and Settings.
- After typing in your passcode if you’ve set one, you’ll get a warning box appear, with the option to Erase iPhone (or iPad) in red. Tap this.
- You’ll need to enter your Apple ID password to confirm the action, then the iPad or iPhone will wipe everything off its storage and go back to the initial setup screen you saw when you first used the device.
- You can also fully reset your iPhone or iPad through iTunes. When you plug in your iOS device, you should be able to see a ‘Restore iPhone’ button, which will fully reset the device.
Your iPhone or iPad is now new.
- *To download every app from your play store and read the terms of usage.
- *Do not use transfer apps from friends to avoid contaminating virus or malware.
- *Before the installation of any app, check the remaining size of your RAM (For android, click here for the steps), and iPhone, click here, if it still remains sufficient.
- *Uninstall Social Apps that you do not have account with.