There can be many reasons for the factory reset of your iPhone 11. Maybe you just want to give it some fresh air and that feel out of the box. Or, you could be having problems with your phone, and as always, one of the ways to get rid of it is to erase everything on your device and start all over again. Whatever the reason, here we are going to show you how to factory reset iPhone 11. Without further ado, let's get to the steps.
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But first – save
A factory reset erases everything on your phone and also restores all the settings you have adjusted to your preferences. This is why it is important to create a backup first. You can rest assured that all of your files and data are safe so you can erase everything and start over. You can save your files using your phone or you can connect it to your PC with a USB cable. The first method is much simpler. Here's what you need to do:
- Navigate to the settings and press your name
- Then press iCloud
- Toggle the switches next to what you want to back up, for example, Photos, Contacts, Messages, etc.
- At the bottom of the page, you will see iCloud Backup, tap on it and activate the functionality
- Finally, tap Save Now.
Now that you have a backup, you can erase everything. Here's how:
- Go to Settings> General> Reset
- Tap Clear all content and settings
- Now enter your code
- Finally, tap Erase iPhone to confirm the action.
The phone will take some time to clear, usually a few minutes. Let him finish the process. Once finished, you will need to configure your iPhone 11 as a new device. It's a fairly simple thing, just follow several steps on the screen and you're good to go.