Are you are having some issues with your own jailbroken iPhone, iPad or even iPod touch? Do you take your device to any Apple’s Store due to any hardware issue, and you are anxious that Apple would possibly not service your device simply because it is jailbreaked? Then do not worry. Here we got an easy way to restore jailbroken iPhone, iPad & iPod Touch to factory settings.
All you have to do is restore/reset your iOS device to its own factory settings by simply following these easy steps to get rid of the jailbreak.
Vital things before we demonstrate you how to restore your iOS device to its factory settings:
- Ensure that you have the most recent version of the iTunes installed.
- Restoring the iOS device will wipe off all the device data, so you should take a proper device backup using iTunes to sync and transfer any extra content to your PC, so in case of any problem you may restore the backup.
- Disable the Activation Lock by switching off the “Find my iPhone” if you have already enabled this. Open the Settings app and then go to the iCloud. Tap on “Find My iPhone” On/Off switch just to disable that.
- Please be aware that device restoring from backup might be a time-consuming task, and will depend on volume of the device data and on Internet connection speed if you want to restore the device from iCloud, so undertake this exercise when you’ve plenty of spare time.
How To Restore Jailbreak iOS Device To Factory Settings
- Connect the iOS device with a computer.
- Pick your own iPhone, iPad or iPod touch when it shows up in the iTunes (close to the iTunes Store button in top-right corner).
- In Summary tab Click the Restore button.
- iTunes will ask you that
“you are sure you want to restore your iOS device to factory settings.”
- Click on Restore button.
- After the device successfully restored to its factory settings, it’ll be restart.
- You will get the “Hello” display screen having a slider “Slide to set up”. Stick to the on-screen steps to simply setup your iOS device. You may setup your iOS device as a new device or just restore from earlier backup. If the device has any cellular service, it’ll be activated after the restore process.