How to Reset Your Apple Watch

In this post, we’ll show you how to reset apple watch and return it to its factory settings. This is a great way start fresh with a new Watch or fix any problems you may be having.

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Open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Open the Settings app on your iPhone.

Tap General > Reset.

Tap Erase All Content and Settings.

Enter your passcode, then tap Erase everything.

Tap General > Reset.

If you need to reset apple watch because it’s acting up, or you want to sell it, you have a couple different options.

You can reset your watch through the Settings app on the watch itself, or you can use watch app on your iPhone.

We’ll show you how to do both.

Resetting all settings on apple watch will return it to the state it was in when you took it out of the box. This is a good option if you’ve tried all the other troubleshooting tips and your watch is still misbehaving.

To reset all settings on your Apple Watch:
1. Open the Settings app on your watch.
2.tap general > Reset.
3. Tap Reset All Settings and enter your password if prompted.
4. Tap Yes to confirm that you want to reset all settings on your watch.
All your personal data and settings will be erased, and your watch will restart. Once it’s finished restarting, you can set up your watch again from scratch as if it were new.

Tap Erase All Content and Settings.

Open the Settings app on your watch, then tap General > Reset. For people with an Apple Watch Series 3 or later, you can also open the Watch app on your iPhone and tap All Watches > your watch at the top of the screen, then tap General > Reset.

Tap Erase All Content and Settings, then enter your passcode if prompted.

Tap Erase All to confirm.

Enter your passcode, if prompted.

If you have a passcode set for your Apple Watch, you will be prompted to enter it.

Tap Erase All.

If you want to unpair your Apple Watch and iPhone—for example, if you’re selling your Apple Watch or switching to a new iPhone—you need to erase all the content on your Apple Watch. When you erase all the content, your Apple Watch is restored to its factory settings.

1. Open the Settings app on your Apple Watch.
2. Tap General > Reset.
3. Tap Erase All.

Once your Apple Watch has finished erasing, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

Make sure that your iPhone is running the latest version of iOS, and that your Apple Watch is running watchOS 5.1 or later.

On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app, then tap the watch tab
Go to General > Reset, then tap to Erase All Content and Settings. If you’ve paired with an iPhone, you need to enter your passcode on the iPhone before you can continue.
Tap Erase All, then tap Erase All to confirm.

Follow the onscreen instructions to set up your Apple Watch.

If you can’t update your Apple Watch or you see an error, try restarting your Apple Watch, then force restarting it.

To restart your watch, press and hold the side button until you see thePower Off slider.Drag the slider, then wait for 30 seconds for your watch to turn off.To turn your watch back on, press and hold the side button until you see the Apple logo.

If you can’t restart your watch using the aforementioned method, you’ll need to forcibly restart it by pressing and holding both the side button and Digital Crown for 10 seconds. After 10 seconds have elapsed, your watch will display the Apple logo and boot up as normal.

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