How To Reset Network Settings on iPhone SE

This post will guide you on how to reset network services on your iPhone SE. It is a very simple trick to fix almost all network or connectivity-related issues. It’s one of the procedures that you should learn how to do just in case you’ll encounter connection issues. 

To reset network settings on your iPhone means to bring all its network services back to their default values. It also means deleting all existing wireless connections including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. 

As an owner of a device like this, you should learn how to do this procedure as it may save you from a lot of trouble when you’re having problems connecting to a network, or having problems receiving a signal. 

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Resetting iPhone SE Network Settings

Time Needed : 5 minutes

Unlike factory reset, you won’t have to backup your files and data when doing this because they will not be deleted. When you’re ready, here’s what you need to do to reset the network settings of your iPhone SE…

  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. Tap Reset. 

    This will show you all the resets you can do on your iPhone, but what we’re looking for is the network reset.
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  4. Tap Reset Network Settings. 

    This deletes all network connections on your device. 
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  5. If prompted, enter your passcode. 

    This verifies that it’s the owner who wants to do the network reset.
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  6. Tap Reset. 

    A dialog box pops up informing you of what’s gonna happen if you proceed. If you really want to reset the network settings, tap Reset Network Settings at the bottom of the screen, and your iPhone will immediately bring all network services back to factory defaults.
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  • iOS 13.6
  • iPhone SE (2020)

It will reboot once the reset is complete, and it may take just a minute or two. So all you need to do is wait until it has finished restarting. 

Once your iPhone has finished the reboot, it will bring you to the lock screen. So unlock the device and then try to reconnect to the network so you can continue using the Internet. 

If you have issues with your Internet connection prior to this procedure, then you may notice that it is fixed. The same goes for any Bluetooth-related issues. However, all previous connections and pairings will be deleted during the process. 

I hope that this simple tutorial has been helpful one way or the other. 

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