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As the name suggests, the factory reset takes your phone back to how it was when you first bought it. But why would anyone want that to happen? Well, there coul
As the name suggests, the factory reset takes your phone back to how it was when you first bought it. But why would anyone want that to happen? Well, there could be many reasons. Maybe your iPhone SE is stuck on an app and is unable to go back to the home screen, or maybe you are selling your phone, so you want to reset it and erase all your data. That said, the factory resetting your phone will erase all your information on the phone. So you might want to create back up for your data first. Talking about all of that brings us to this article, which will tell you all the possible ways to create a backup and reset your iPhone SE.
How to Backup Your iPhone SE
It is important to backup all your data before resetting your iPhone SE, as you will lose all the photos, videos, downloaded content, app settings, and more in the process. So, to preserve the information on your phone, you will need to create a backup. On iPhone SE, this can be done in two ways:
Method 1: Back up iPhone SE on iCloud
Step 1: First of all, connect your iPhone SE to a Wi-Fi connection.
Step 2: Now, open Settings, tap on your name, followed by iCloud.
Step 3: Scroll down to tap on “iCloud Backup.”
Step 4: Finally, tap on the option named Back Up Now.
Method 2: Back up iPhone SE on your computer
The process of creating a backup of your iPhone SE on your computer differs, depending on your operating system, which might be either macOS or Windows, you will need to follow different sets of instructions.
Step 1: First of all, connect your iPhone SE to your computer.
Step 2: If your Mac has macOS Catalina 10.15, then open Finder. In case your Mac has macOS Mojave 10.14 or earlier, or if you are using a Windows PC, then open iTunes.
Step 3: On the screen that appears, enter your iPhone passcode. Also, you can tap on the Trust This Computer option.
Step 4: Now, locate and select your iPhone on your computer.
Step 5: Then select the box named Encrypt backup, and create a password.
Step 6: Finally, hit the Backup Now option.
How to Factory Reset iPhone SE
Performing a factory reset on the iPhone SE can help you solve most of the issues or errors experienced by your device. It restores your device to its factory version, meaning your iPhone SE will become the way when you first bought it. Before starting the process, you must know that resetting your phone to the factory version will erase all the information. So be sure that you follow any of the above two methods to backup all the data stored on your iPhone SE. Below are the two methods to factory reset your iPhone SE:
Method 1: Factory Reset Your iPhone SE With The Phone Itself
Step 1: Open the Settings app on your phone.
Step 2: Then, scroll down to tap on General followed by Reset.
Step 3: Now, tap on the option labeled Erase all Content and Settings.
Step 4: You will be prompted to enter your phone’s password.
Step 5: Your phone will start rebooting after authentication is complete.
Note that the rebooting of your phone can take more than a while. But once your iPhone SE has been reset to its factory version, it will restart as a new phone.
Method 2: Factory Reset iPhone SE With Your Computer
Step 1: If you are using a Mac with macOS Catalina 10.15, open Finder. If your Mac has macOS Mojave 10.14 or earlier, or in case you are using a Windows PC, open iTunes.
Step 2: Now, connect your phone to your computer with the charging cable.
Step 3: On the screen that appears, enter your phone’s password, or tap on the option labeled Trust This Computer.
Step 4: Locate and select your iPhone SE on your computer.
Step 5: Then, click Restore iPhone followed by Restore to confirm.
How to Hard Reset Your iPhone SE
In case your iPhone SE has become unresponsive, then hard resetting or force restarting will be your best bet to fix it. Another good thing about hard resetting your iPhone SE is that it won’t compromise any data on your device. It will simply reboot your phone from scratch.
Step 1: Quickly press and release the physical volume up button.
Step 2: Similarly, quickly press and release the physical volume down button.
Step 3: Now, press and hold the side button until the Apple logo appears and then release the button. And it’s done!
We hope this article was useful.
Everleig is a Blog expert and has been working in the technology industry since 2003. As a technical expert, Everleig has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as souted.uk.com