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How To Reset Or Hard Reset The Iphone 11, 11 Pro And 11 Pro Max

Sometimes it can happen that our mobile phone is of any brand, and whatever it has cost starts to go wrong for some reason, or it has stuck, and we have no choice but to unlock iphone 11 Pro Max from the factory or perform a Hard Reset.

If our new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max does not work as it should, or if the screen is blocked, we must perform a Hard Reset to try to get everything back to normal. It is a drastic measure since we will lose all the information that we have not previously saved in a backup copy and the terminal will restart as it came from the factory when we turned it on for the first time.

Force Restart On New Iphone 11

Before you unlock iphone 11, as a preventive measure, the first thing we must do is restart the terminal, in this way we get all open applications to close and free all the RAM that was being used, without damaging the software or erasing the data backed up on mobile. These are the steps you must follow to restart your iPhone 11.

  • First, you must press the side button and the volume buttons at the same time until the option “Slide to turn off”appears on the screen.
  • Next, we slide our finger and turn off the phone.
  • We will wait a few seconds and press on the right button located on the side. We must keep pressing until the Apple apple logo appears on the screen, then we release it, and it will restart.

Run Hard Reset on new iPhone 11

If restarting our iPhone 11 has not solved our problem, then we must perform the Hard Reset. In this way, we will perform the restart and subsequent restoration of the terminal. This process is carried out from the “Settings” of the mobile, in the “General” menu and then click on “Reset”. From there select the option “Delete contents” and finally “Delete iPhone”. Once done, our iPhone 11 will restart from the factory. This process will take a few minutes, and when finished, we must proceed to configure the mobile as if it were the first time.

Ivy Skye Marshall: Ivy, a social justice reporter, covers human rights issues, social movements, and stories of community resilience.