🗓️ November 10, 2020 By ✍️ Jaysukh patelApple new generation iPhone X and later model comes with the Face ID technology, and general Digit Passcode settings function that prevents to someone else to access your document and data. And of Corse, you have activated on your Phone. That’s show off your cool awareness and says you tech intelligent. I don’t know much, but this security is essential for all smartphone users. Okay well, but, in some, if the cases, sometimes users forgot passcode and suppose enter the wrong passcode in series of six times or more than then the device says iPhone is disabled.
This is one of the most common issues that you’re today suffering from, by the way, don’t worry, I will guide you other tricks that might help you to unlock your iPhone and take it out of Disabled mode.
Here we have put the maximum source to unlock or restore disabled your iPhone XS Max, iPhone XS or iPhone XR. Therefore, read carefully step by step and get success. Don’t miss to leave your comment and share the technique to remove passcode on your iPhone to your colleague.
In case of don’t take a backup before forgot your passcode then there is not a way to save your iOS device data and documents.
Tutorial on Restore Disabled iPhone XS Max with iTunes
Because of to remove iPhone is disabled message you will need to erase your device and this process Delete all of your data and settings
that’s why I recommend you that pick a way to wipe your iOS device so you can able to remove your Passcode.
Initially, see given bullet points and decided what tip you should follow as per your situation.
- If ever you have synced your device with iTunes, then you can use iTunes
- Before you can’t sync or connect your device with iTunes, then you have to use recovery mode
- Disabled iOS device
- Latest iTunes installed Mac or Windows PC
- lighting to USB cable
Solution #1: Let’s Erase your iOS device with iTunes to remove your passcode
This method will wipe your device and its passcode.
Let’s start connecting your iOS device to the Mac or Windows PC you synced with.
Launch iTunes lens next if asked for a passport then try another Mac or PC that you have synced with or use recovery mode that is explained next solution
Now wait for iTunes to sync your iOS device and create a backup in case of if it doesn’t then try this tip
After the sync your device and backup have finished, click on restore your device
Whenever you get the setup screen during restoring your iOS device then tap restore from iTunes backup
Now choose your iOS device in iTunes that you can see on the top sidebar. Then Look at the date and size of each backup and select the most relevant one backup.