How to Reset Your Apple Watch

If you’re having trouble with apple watch you can try restarting it, force quitting apps, or resetting it entirely. Here’s how.

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Open the Settings app on your iPhone

1. Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
2. Tap Bluetooth, then turn off Bluetooth.
3. On apple watch tap Settings > General > Reset > Reset All Settings and Content. If you don’t see Reset All Settings and Content, tap Reset All Settings instead.
4. Tap Erase All Content and Settings, then enter apple id password when prompted.
5. When asked if you want to back up your data before erasing, choose whether or not to do so; if you back up, you can restore this data after erasing your watch by following the instructions in this article: How to restore from an iCloud backup
6. Tap Erase All to confirm that you want to erase your watch and its data; after a few moments, your watch will restart and take you through the initial setup process again.

Tap General

On apple watch tap Settings > General.

Tap Reset > Erase All Content and Settings.

For passcode-protected devices, enter your passcode to confirm that you want to reset your device.

Tap Erase All.

Tap Reset

Tap Reset. If you’ve never synced your Apple Watch with your iPhone, or if you’ve recently erased your iPhone, tap Erase all content and settings.

If you have a cellular model, you need to set up cellular after you erase your content.

Tap Erase All Content and Settings

1. Open the Settings app on your watch.
2.tap general
3. Tap Reset.
4. Tap Erase All Content and Settings. For the older model, you may need to enter apple id password first.
5. Confirm by tapping Erase All.

Enter your passcode

If you have a passcode set on your Apple Watch, you’ll need to enter it before you can reset it.

1. Press and hold the side button until the power off slider appears.
2. Drag the slider to the right to turn off your Apple Watch.
3. Once your Apple Watch is off, press and hold the side button again until you see the Apple logo.
4. Enter your passcode when prompted.

Tap Erase All

Resetting your Apple Watch back to its factory settings is a serious decision, but one you may need to make if you’re having major issues with the device and can’t fix them any other way.

Before you begin, keep in mind that resetting your watch will delete all of your data, including any apps you’ve installed,Any Health and fitness data you’ve tracked, your preferences, and any messages or notifications stored on the device. Be sure to back up your watch before you begin.

Once you’re sure you want to proceed, there are two ways to reset your Apple Watch: from the watch itself or from watch app on your iPhone. Here’s how to do both.

To reset your watch from the device itself:
1. Press and hold the side button until the Power menu appears.
2. Tap Erase All Content and Settings.
3. Enter your passcode when prompted (if you have one set).
4. Tap Erase All to confirm.
5. Your Apple Watch will restart and take several minutes to erase all content and settings before beginning the setup process again.

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