How To Reset All Settings On An iPhone SE (2020)

In this post, you will learn how to Reset All Settings on your iPhone SE and understand its importance. It’s a very simple procedure but when it comes to fixing firmware issues, it has already been proven to be very effective, so continue reading.

If you’re familiar with the factory reset, then you already know that doing so will bring your phone back to its factory settings. But there’s another reset that does almost the same thing except that none of your files and data will be deleted, and that’s to reset all settings. 

Resetting all settings will fix many firmware and app-related issues. In fact, it has been one of the most effective solutions you can do to any smartphone that has some software issues. That’s what we’re going to show you in this video, so continue watching as we may be able to help. 

Resetting All Settings on iPhone SE

Time Needed : 5 minutes

The process is pretty straightforward and you will be able to do it in under 5 minutes. Here’s how…

  1. Access Settings

    To begin, launch Settings from the Home screen.
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  2. Access General

    Scroll down a little bit to find General, and then tap on it.
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  3. View the Reset options

    Scroll down to the bottom of the screen to find reset. Tap on it to reveal the reset options.
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  4. Tap Reset All Settings

    It’s the first option on the list and that’s what we’re looking for.
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  5. Confirm your identity

    If you’ve set up a passcode, then you’ll be prompted to enter it. 
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  6. Proceed with Settings reset

    Tap Reset All Settings at the bottom of the screen and then confirm you really want to do it. 
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  • iOS 13.6
  • iPhone SE (2020)

Your iPhone SE will now reset all its settings and it may take a few minutes to complete. Just wait until it finishes the reboot. 

Once your iPhone SE has finished the settings reset, it will bring you to the lock screen. The passcode should already be disabled so it needs to be among the first things you have to do. Also, you need to reconnect it to a Wi-Fi network as the network connections will also be deleted during the process. 

More often than not, this procedure will fix any minor firmware-related issue. 

And that’s about it! I hope that we’ve been able to help you one way or the other. 

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