“When I entered my passcode, my iPhone won’t unlock. Why?” is one of most common questions that many iPhone users ask when their iPhone won’t accept enter passcode. They are baffled when facing such an issue.
As Agatha Christie said "To every problem, there is a most simple solution", we have shared with you what to do when your iPhone won't recognize your passcode.
Face ID in Apple has helped a lot of users to quickly access your iPhone instead of entering your passcode. This helps our iPhone to be more secure. However, there are few times where our Face ID fails to recognize our face. This will automatically direct you to enter the passcode. This may create a problem where users enter the correct passcode but iPhone says it is not correct.
When entering the passcode wrongly too often, your iPhone may trigger glitches which includes your passcode. This may automatically delete your data. Such error often occurs after iPhone users update their iOS version to a newer version.
Several users have adjusted the passcode problem by carrying out a few basic solutions. One of the solutions listed below should be able to solve for this issue.
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All kinds of screen locks can be removed using FoneGeek iPhone Passcode Unlocker software, such as:
FoneGeek iPhone Passcode Unlocker allows you to simply remove the screen passcode and iCloud Activation Lock on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. It is easy to use and you don't have to be a tech geek to use it. The only thing you need to do is to connect your iPhone to computer and do a few clicks, and your device will be accessible.
Here are some easy steps for you to gain access to your iPhone using FoneGeek iPhone Passcode Unlocker:
Step 1: This program must be installed beforehand into your computer and once completed, you can launch it. From the main interface, select “Unlock Screen Passcode”. The iPhone must be connected to computer using an USB cable.
Step 2: Your iPhone will be put into recovery mode. However, if the device is in recovery mode already, you can proceed to the next step when the program is detected. If the device is in FDU mode already, it will also work.
Step 3: Once the iPhone is in DFU mode or Recovery mode, you will be informed to download the designated firmware. To download the firmware, press “Download” and wait for the download process to complete.
Step 4: Once completed, the program will remove the enter passcode immediately you click “Start Unlock” button.
There is many software that can unlock you phone but with FoneGeek iPhone Passcode Unlocker, you will be able to:
You can reset your iPhone and create a new passcode without computer by using Find My iPhone instead.
Case 1 : If Your iPhone Has Never Been Synced With iTunes
In an event of where you have never synced your iPhone with iTunes, your will have to put your iPhone into recovery mode to get it recognized to remove the passcode. Here are some simple steps:
Step 1 : Your iPhone must be connected to the computer by using an USB Cable. Once done, launch your iTunes.
Step 2 : You can force restart the device once iTunes recognizes your device. The following are the steps for different devices:
iPhone 8 and above (iPhone 12 included): The Volume Up Button must be pressed and quickly released following the Volume Down button with the same step. After that, press the side button until your iPhone is put in the recovery mode.
iPhone 7/7Plus: Press both of the Volume Button and Side button simultaneously until your iPhone is put in the recovery mode.
iPhone 6s or earlier: Hold down the Home and Power button simultaneously until your iPhone is put in the recovery mode.
Step 3: A message in iTunes will be shown with an option to either to update the device or to restore. Select “Restore” and the firmware will be downloaded for your device in iTunes.
Step 4 : You can set-up your iPhone once the process is complete.
Case 2 : If Your iPhone Has Been Synced with iTunes
If your iPhone has been synced up with iTunes before this, you can follow the easy steps to remove the old passcode.
Connect your iPhone to the computer that has been synced with before.
Launch iTunes on your computer. If you are asked for a passcode, you may try that on a different computer or use recovery mode as explained above.
The iTunes will take some time to backup your iPhone. After the backup process, click "Restore iPhone" and select the iTunes backup you have backed up recently.
You can create a new passcode when the restore process is completed.
Joan J. Mims is interested in researching all tips about iPhone, iPad and Android. He loves to share useful ideas with all users.