- Factory Reset iPhone
Factory Reset iPhone Without Passcode Or iTunes
Factory resetting your iPhone removes all the data from its internal storage permanently. You can factory reset your iPhone if it is malfunctioning due to viruses or malware. Sometimes the device may not work properly and would hang while you are working if the phone storage is full. In such cases, you can try clearing some data to fix the issue. For issues that cannot be resolved, consider the methods that are given below to factory reset your iPhone without passcode or iTunes.
Factory resetting your iPhone through iCloud:
- If you don’t have the iPhone, you can factory reset it remotely.
- You have to previously enable the Find My iPhone in your device.
- Note down the Apple ID and password.
- Open your browser and type the official iCloud website.
- Now, log in using your Apple ID and password.
- Click on the Find My iPhone option and select All Devices.
- Select the iPhone device that needs to be reset from the displayed list.
- Click on your iPhone and touch on the Erase iPhone option.
- All your data including photos and videos will be deleted from the iPhone. The settings will be turned back to the factory defaults.
- Hence, your iPhone passcode will also be removed.
Factory resetting your iPhone using a third-party tool:
- Make sure to download a third-party tool from a trusted source.
- Ensure to take a backup from your iPhone to avoid data loss.
- Once the tool is loaded, run the tool.
- Now, connect your iPhone to your computer using a USB cable.
- Once your iPhone is connected, select the Erase now option.
- You have now done a factory reset on your iPhone without passcode or iTunes.