Easy Guide How To Factory Reset Iphone Without Passcode Using Itunes

Have you ever been locked out on your iPhone because you couldn't recall your passcode? well today, i will show you 4 easy steps on how to Factory reset your iPhone without passcode using iTunes backup how to Factory reset your iPhone without passcode using iTunes backup , iCloud, or by restoring your full iTunes recovery mode,Sounds cool right? Then read on.


A passcode or password is a security measure that is put in place to prevent the unauthorized access of the private files that are stored on your iPhone, especially when it is lost or stolen.

However, there are times when you may end up forgetting your iPhone's passcode, and making it almost impossible for you to use your iDevice.
This should not scare you as you can always perform a system restore (factory reset) to bypass the elusive passcode and eventually regain access to your iDevice.

This informative guide is going to provide you with effective strategies on how you can factory reset your iPhone without the need for a passcode.

There are four methods you could use to factory reset your iPhone without passcode. All of these methods require you to connect to a PC. When you have one at hand, try the following:

How to Factory reset your iPhone without passcode using iTunes 


1' Put the iPhone in Recovery Mode and restore it with iTunes: Note that when you try to connect, you will see a message saying “iTunes could not connect with your iPhone because it is locked with a passcode”. To reset your iPhone, do the following:

Download the RecBoot tool,  Connect your iPhone to the PC and launch RecBoot.
Click Enter Recovery to put the device in recovery mode. iTunes will detect the device in this mode. Choose Okay, then choose Restore to reset the iPhone.

2. Reset iPhone without passcode using iTunes backup: Here are the steps you need to follow:

Connect he device to a PC and wait for the device to sync with your PC. All your data will be saved on the PC.
Now, select the Restore option on iTunes. The device will boot after the reset is complete. Note that this will only work if you connect to a computer that was previously trusted.

3. Reset iPhone without passcode from iCloud: This is quite easy. You can remotely wipe your device using iCloud. Also you can mark it as lost. This would brick the device. But then, if all you want to do is to reset the device, you need an internet connection and a PC. You must have installed and activated Find My IPhone for this method to work. Here’s what to do:

Launch iCloud in your PC web browser.

Enter your credentials. This includes your username and password.
When you login, check among all devices connected to your account to locate the one you need to unlock. Select Erase Operation for that device.
Start a restore operation for the device you just erased. Depending on the size of your backup, this might take a while. After this, you can set up a new passcode on your iPhone.

4. Put your iPhone in DFU mode and restore it through iTunes: When you first connect your device to iTunes on your PC, you will get a message saying “iTunes can’t connect to iPhone because the passcode is applied. Enter the passcode so that it can connect to iTunes”. To solve this, put your device in DFU mode, then do the following:

Plug the iPhone to your PC and open iTunes.

Hold the Sleep button and the Home button down for 10 seconds. Wait till you see a message saying “iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode”
Choose OK and Restore to begin the restoring process.

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