Mones Hawas wrote Tuesday, July 04, 2023 09:00 AM The Apple Watch is one of the best-selling smartwatches, so you may put it on your wrist, but what if it isn’t working properly? There are times when your Apple Watch can run into issues due to some bugs, and there could be any issue with the watch, but there is one common solution to all of them – reset. And while resetting your Apple Watch or any other device is usually considered the last resort before taking the device to an Apple Store, it can fix the problem with your watch. So, here’s how to reset your Apple Watch. It is important to note that resetting your Apple Watch will remove all data from the device. If there is any important data or information on your Apple Watch, back it up before performing the reset. Connect your Apple Watch to charge, then follow the steps below. 1. Press and hold the Side button until you see the Power button at the top-right corner of the screen. 2. Press and hold the Digital Crown until you erase all content and settings. 3. Tap Reset, then tap Reset again to confirm. 4. Wait for the process to finish. 5. You will now be asked to set up your Apple Watch. You can set it up as a new one or restore from backup. How to reset your Apple Watch using your paired iPhone 1. Keep your Apple Watch and iPhone closed. 2. Open the Apple Watch app on the iPhone, then tap the My Watch tab. 3. Click General > Reset. 4. Tap Erase Apple Watch Content and Settings, then tap it again at the bottom of the screen to confirm, you may need to enter your Apple ID password.
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