How to Unpair and Repair Your Apple Watch

If you’re having trouble with apple watch unpairing and repairing it may be the best solution. Follow our simple guide to get your Watch working again.

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Open watch app on your iPhone.

If you have apple watch and you got a new iPhone, unpair your Apple Watch from your previous iPhone before you set up your new device. Unpairing automatically backs up your Apple Watch so that you can restore it after you pair with a new iPhone.

If you’re still using your Apple Watch with your previous iPhone, keep in mind that as soon as you update to iOS 8.2, you won’t be able to use it with that phone. You’ll need to unpair before upgrading.

To unpair using the Watch app:
1.Open the Watch app on your iPhone.
2.Tap the My Watch tab, then tap your watch at the top of the screen.
3.Tap the info button , then tap Unpair [watch name].
4.Enter apple id password to confirm that you want to unpair.

If you can’t access the Watch app, or if pairing didn’start automatically, open the Apple Watch app on your iPhone,tap start pairing then hold your watch close to your iPhone (without placing it on). A four-digit code should appear on your watch face; enter that code on youriPhone.

Tap the My Watch tab.

From the My Watch tab, tap your watch at the top of the screen. Tap the info button next to your watch. Tap Unpair Apple Watch. For GPS + Cellular models, choose to keep or remove your cellular plan. If you want to back up your watch data before unpairing, tap Back up all data on your watch. Tap Unpair.

Scroll to the bottom and tap Unpair Apple Watch.

If you unpair your Apple Watch from your iPhone, your content stays on your Apple Watch. You can continue to usemany features of your Apple Watch, and if you have an LTE model, you can stay connected even when you don’t have your iPhone.

##Scroll to the bottom and tap Unpair Apple Watch.
If you have an LTE model, you might need to sign in to see this option.
Enter apple id password then tap Turn Off.
Tap to confirm.

Enter your Apple ID password, then tap Erase All Content and Settings.

If you’re having trouble with your Apple Watch, you may need to unpair it from your iPhone and start the pairing process again. If that doesn’t work, you may need to reset your Apple Watch to factory settings and start from scratch.

Here’s how to unpair and repair your Apple Watch:

1. To unpair your Apple Watch from your iPhone, open the Watch app on your iPhone and tap the My Watch tab.

2. Tap the info button next to your watch, then tap Unpair Apple Watch.

3. Enter your Apple ID password, then tap Erase All Content and Settings. This will delete all data and settings from your Apple Watch.

4. Once your Apple Watch has been reset, you can pair it with your iPhone again by following the instructions in the Apple Watch User Guide.

Tap Erase All.

If you cann’t update or restore your Apple Watch
1. Make sure that you have a Wi-Fi or cellular connection.
2. On your iPhone, open the Watch app. Tap General > Reset, then tap Erase All Content and Settings.
3. Enter your Apple ID password, then tap Erase Everything to confirm.
4. If you backed up your Apple Watch, you can restore your data and settings after erasing all content.

Wait for the process to finish, then tap Set Up as New Apple Watch.

If you have a problem with your Apple Watch, you may need to unpair it from your iPhone and then pair it again. This process is called repair.

Unpairing will erase all data from your Apple Watch. Make sure to back up your data before you begin.

To unpair and repair your Apple Watch:

1. On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app.

2. Tap the My Watch tab, then tap your watch at the top of the screen.

3. Tap the info button next to the watch that you want to unpair, then tap Unpair [watch].

4. Tap Unpair [watch] again to confirm. Wait for the process to finish, then tap Set Up as New Apple Watch.

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