There are times when some settings might cause issues to your phone’s normal operation, and more often than not, it’s difficult to determine what those settings are. That’s why it’s important to know how to reset iPhone settings for this purpose.
This method is also effective in addressing some software-related issues as it brings your iPhone back to its factory default settings. In other words, if you did this, it’s just like you did the factory reset only that none of your files will be deleted.
How To Reset iPhone Settings
Time Needed : 3 minutes
If ever you encounter issues with your iPhone and you don’t know what caused them, consider doing this procedure as they might be due to some settings. Here’s what you need to do…
- From the Home screen, tap Settings.
Depending on how you’ve set up your iPhone, the Settings is often left on the Home screen.
- Tap General.
Sometimes, you may have to scroll down a bit to find General.
- Scroll all the way down to find Reset, and then tap on it.
This will show you all the types of resets you can do on your iPhone.
- Tap Reset All Settings.
It’s the first option on the screen, you can’t miss it.
- Enter your passcode.
This is to confirm your identity.
- Tap Reset All Settings at the bottom of the screen.
Tap Reset All Settings once again to proceed.
Your iPhone will reboot to complete the settings reset. The entire process may take up to 3 minutes.
Some Settings Reset FAQs
Before we conclude this guide, we will answer some of the questions sent to us by our readers.
No. Only the settings will be affected by this procedure and no other files, data or app will be deleted.
It is. In fact, we recommend that you do this procedure every now and then, or if you have some issues with your device as it can really help fix a lot of issues.
No. If you’ve recently updated your iPhone to the latest iOS version, doing this procedure won’t downgrade the firmware to the previous version. The same is true with app updates.
Maybe. Depending on how old your iPhone is, its performance may have already deteriorated and that might be the reason your device is now running slow. If that is the case, then this procedure will help make your iPhone run faster. But if you want to make your device work like it was, then I suggest you do the factory reset instead of the settings reset.
That’s pretty much it, folks! I hope that this tutorial has been able to help you reset iPhone settings and answer some of your questions.
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