3 Methods to Unlock iPhone SE Passcode (Video Guide)
Like other mobile devices, your iPhone SE is the place where you keep lots of files. From your pictures to audio files, videos, SMSs, documents, etc., you can store lots of data on your iPhone. Unfortunately, if you are locked out of your device, it will be impossible for you to unlock it with your passcode. This can happen due to various reasons. Here, we will explain 3 verified methods that you can use to unlock iPhone SE in 2021.
I. How to Unlock iPhone SE without Passcode
Provided you want to unlock your iPhone SE without using a passcode, the best method to rely on is the use of Tenorshare 4uKey. This easy-to-use and reliable program has been designed for unlocking various models of iPhone, including iPhone SE.
The step-by-step instruction for using Tenorshare 4uKey is described below:
launch it and choose the “Unlock Lock Screen Passcode” option.
Connect your iPhone SE to the computer, on the main interface of the program, you need to tap “Start” to continue.
Afterward, you need to download the latest firmware file that will make the unlocking possible. Select a save path and hit the “Download” button.
Once you have downloaded the latest firmware package on your computer, the next step is to tap “Start Unlock”. The process to remove the passcode of the iPhone SE will begin immediately.
This will take some minutes, but you must ensure that the devices are connected throughout the process.
Done! 4uKey has helped you to unlock your disabled or locked iPhone SE.
II. How to Unlock iPhone SE with iTunes
If your iPhone SE is disabled and you are unable to unlock it with a passcode, you can solve the problem with iTunes. Generally, iTunes allows you to delete all kinds of data on your data; hence, your passcode will also be erased in the process. So, before using this method, you may want to back up all the essential data on your iPhone SE. Nevertheless, iTunes will likely restore the data for you after unlocking your device.
To use iTunes to unlock your iPhone SE, here are the things you need to do:
- Start by putting your iPhone SE into recovery mode.
- Connect your iPhone SE to the computer and launch iTunes.
- iTunes will detect your iPhone SE and a window prompts asking you to restore iPhone or not.
Afterward, iTunes will restore the data it has deleted on your iPhone.
Once done, you have used iTunes to unlock your iPhone SE successfully.
III. How to Unlock iPhone SE Passcode without Computer
If you don’t have access to a computer but still want to unlock your iPhone SE, here is the method you can utilize. This method involves the use of the “Find My iPhone” feature on your iPhone. Although this method requires lots of minutes to be completed, it can get the job done for you. But you will need another person’s iPhone, iPad, or even computer.
Visit www.icloud.com/find on another person’s iOS device or computer. Then, use your Apple credentials to sign in. This will take you to the various options of devices that belong to you.
Afterward, select the “All Devices” option. Provided the “Find My iPhone” feature is enabled on your iPhone SE, your device will be listed there. All you have to do is to tap it.
Then click “Erase iPhone”. This will delete all data on your iPhone. The passcode will be erased along with the other data.
- Your iPhone SE will reboot itself without requesting any passcode.
Frequently Asked Question about iPhone SE
Q1. How to reset a locked iPhone SE?
- Press the Volume Up button and then release it quickly
- Press the Volume Down button and then release it quickly
- Lastly, you need to press and hold the Power button (on the side of the iPhone). Don’t release it until a black appears on your screen. This will reset your locked iPhone SE
Q2. Does the iPhone SE 2020 have face ID?
No, the newly released iPhone SE 2020 does not come with Face ID. In other words, you cannot unlock this iPhone with your facial features.
Q3. Does iPhone SE have fingerprint?
Yes, iPhone SE 2020 has a fingerprint feature that can be used for unlocking it. Generally, it is a second-generation Touch ID fingerprint sensor that responds quickly to touches.