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How to Factory Reset iPhone without a Password

Being locked out of your iPhone can be a frustrating experience. Usually, we have to enter the passcode, Apple ID, and password to perform a factory reset on iPhones and iPads. Fortunately, you don’t have to wait for an Apple Store appointment or take your phone to a repair shop in order to get back into your device. There are some tools that let you easily and quickly factory reset your iPhone without a password.

If your iPhone is acting up and you can’t figure out why sometimes restarting it or resetting it can be the best solution. But if you’ve never reset your iPhone before, it can be a little confusing. Here’s a step-by-step guide on how to factory reset your iPhone without a password.

Before we get started, keep in mind that a factory reset will erase all of the data on your iPhone, including any pictures, videos, apps, and other files. So be sure to back up your iPhone before you begin. You can do this by connecting your iPhone to iTunes and syncing it with your computer or using iCloud.

What is a Factory Reset?

A factory reset is a complete restore of an iPhone or iPad to its original factory settings. This means that all your personal data, including photos, videos, contacts, text messages, and apps, will be permanently erased from the device. A factory reset is also sometimes called a hard reset or master reset.

If you’ve forgotten your iPhone passcode, or if you want to remove all the data from your device before selling it, you can do so by performing a factory reset. Remember that once you’ve factory reset your iPhone, there’s no going back. So, be sure to back up your device before proceeding.

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Steps to Factory Reset an iPhone without a Password

If you forgot your iPhone passcode, or if a message says that your device is disabled, follow these steps to remove your passcode. Resetting your phone can erase all of your data and settings. Before you begin, ensure you have the latest version of iTunes on your computer.

Please note that due to safety reasons Apple does not allow factory resetting unless the user verifies his ownership. That is to say, you must have your device passcode or Apple ID and Apple password before you can do that. However, if you have a tool like EaseUS MobiUnlock, you can easily factory reset your iPhone even if you don’t have your passcode.

Below, we’ll see how we can factory reset an iPhone without a password using the EaseUS MobiUnlock tool. I picked this handy utility after trying several other tools available on the web because it’s easy to use, has a clean interface, and does not require any technical skill on the part of the user. Also, you can install it on your Windows PC or Mac computer because it is available for both.

  1. Download and install EaseUS MobiUnlock on your computer.
  2. Please ensure that you have a good ad stable internet connection because the tool will download and install the latest firmware on your iPhone or iPad.
  3. Launch the program and connect your iPhone or iPad to the computer using a USB cable.
  4. Select the Unlock Screen Passcode option from the main interface.easeus mobi unlock interface
  5. When EaseUS MobiUnlock detects your iOS device, click on the Start button.remove screen passcode from iphone
  6. The tool will detect your iOS device model and show the current firmware version installed on it. Click on the Next button to allow MobiUnlock to download the latest firmware for your device.confirm device and download firmware
  7. Once the firmware download is finished, click on Unlock Now.
  8. A warning pop-up will appear asking you to confirm the unlocking by entering the 6-digit code provided by EaseUS MobiUnlock.unlock iphone without passcode
  9. Finally, click on the Unlock button let the wait for the magic to happen.iphone unlocked without passcode
  10. Once the process is complete, you will be able to access your iPhone without a passcode. Enjoy!

Note: You need to remember your Apple ID and password to set up the iPhone after the device password is removed by EaseUS MobiUnlock.

Other Ways to Factory Reset an iPhone

1. Using iCloud Account

There are a few other ways to factory reset your iPhone with a password. One way is to use iCloud. If you have an iCloud account, you can go to Settings > General > Reset and select Erase All Content and Settings. When prompted, enter your Apple ID and password. In case you don’t have it, use a tool like EaseUS MobiUnlock or do it using DFU Mode via Recovery Mode. This will factory reset your device and log you out of your iCloud account.

2. Using iTunes

Another way to factory reset your iPhone with a password is to use iTunes. If you have synced your device with iTunes, you can connect it to your computer, open iTunes, and select Restore iPhone. This will erase all content and settings on your device and restore it to its factory settings.

3. Via Recovery Mode

You can also factory reset your iPhone without a password by putting it into Recovery Mode. To do this, turn off your device, then press and hold the Home button while simultaneously connecting it to your computer with a USB cable. Once in Recovery Mode, follow the prompts on your screen to restore your device to its factory settings.

Finally, if all else fails, you can put your iPhone into DFU mode and use special software to factory reset it without a password. These options may require technical knowledge, so if you are not comfortable attempting them yourself, you can contact Apple Support for assistance.


Factory resetting your iPhone without a password is a great way to protect your data and start fresh. By following the simple steps outlined in this guide, you can easily reset your device with minimal effort. Be sure to back up any important information before proceeding, as it will be lost during the factory reset process. With that said, you should now have a better understanding of how to perform a factory reset on an iPhone without knowing the password.

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