How to turn on iPhone 10 XR
How to unlock iPhone X using Face ID?
We’ve already set up Face ID on iPhone 10, but how do you use this feature? Everything is very simple, for this:
- Activate the display with the power button.
- Look at the screen until unlocking occurs (fractions of a second). Be sure to keep your eyes open and your head straight if possible.
- Swipe up with your finger to access the desktop.
Full description of Face ID technology
Face ID. this is another way to protect personal data (the CIA just collected all the prints from you, now it’s time to know everyone in person) from unwanted viewing by third parties. If even a child can already set up the fingerprint scanner, then with Face ID it is somewhat more difficult, since the technology is new. Let’s figure it out.
Wilsacom’s first iPhone X unboxing
When you need to enter a password instead of Face ID?
- After the 48-hour period that you have not used Face ID on your iPhone X, you will have to use a registered passcode.
- After restarting your iPhone X, you will need to enter a passcode.
- An 8-hour timer is automatically set every six days. If you are not using Face ID during this time, you will need a passcode to unlock iPhone X.
- After 5 unsuccessful attempts, you will need an access code.
How to set up Face ID on iPhone X?
How to turn off Face ID on iPhone X?
Not everyone uses the fingerprint scanner, which means that Face ID will be bypassed by many. Perhaps you played around with this technology and now you can’t get rid of the annoying face unlock? To turn off Face ID on iPhone X, do the following:
- We go to “Settings”. “Face ID and Password”. click “Disable”.
- Restarting iPhone 10.
- Making 5 unsuccessful attempts to unlock iPhone 10.
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iPhone 10 and Face ID
To turn on the iPhone 7, you need to hold down the “Power” key, which is also located on the right side, for 3-5 seconds. If the Apple logo is highlighted, everything is fine. If the battery indicator is red, you need to connect it to the network.
- Go to the iCloud website.
- Click “Find iPhone”, select the desired device.
- Find the “Erase iPhone” button (there must be a backup). The phone will start to recover.
- After installing the backup, the operating system will ask for a new password.
To turn on iPhone 6, you need to hold down the power key for 3-4 seconds. If the smartphone is new, it may take a little longer. When the battery is highlighted with a red indicator, it is put on charge, let it charge for 5-30 minutes. Then repeat the activation procedure.
How to turn on a locked iPhone
In the settings of any iPhone, you can turn on password, fingerprint or Face ID protection. If you enter the password incorrectly several times, the iPhone will be locked. The blocking time depends on the number of attempts, the more there are, the longer it is in the blocked state. On reboot, the user receives a non-working “brick”.
This situation does not always mean that the phone was stolen. Perhaps the password has been forgotten or children have played with it.
Turning on a locked iPhone is not a problem, there are 3 ways to do it:
- by the standard method via the power button;
- in an emergency way through the volume keys and power hold;
- by connecting a discharged smartphone to the network.
But how do you turn on a locked phone so that you can access it? Consider below.
One of the buttons broke
Inactive keys are a serious problem. Without them, the phone will not be able to fully function. But you can turn it on, you need to put the device on charge, after a while it will wake up on its own.
If none of the methods helps, then the reason lies within the device. Better to take the phone for repair right away.
How to turn on iPhone if it won’t turn on
First you have to find out the cause of the breakdown. If you want to turn on the iPhone, but it does not turn on, it means that water has got on it, it is overheated, or internal parts are out of order.
With 2 keys
If the phone does not respond to the standard activation, you need to hold down “Power” and “Home” for 10-15 seconds. Do not let go until there is no Apple logo on the screen.
Recovery mode on iPhone X and older
Now let’s consider the option when you need to activate recovery mode on the iPhone of the specified lineup. To do this, we do this:
STEP 1. You need to have the latest version of iTunes installed on your computer. You can download it here.
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STEP 2. If iTunes is running, close it. Connect the iPhone with a cable to the computer, and only then launch iTunes.
STEP 3. Now by analogy with the previous section. Press and release the Volume Up button, then press and release the Volume Down button.
STEP 4. Hold the Side Button and hold it until the image of the cable and the iTunes icon appears on the iPhone screen. Do not be alarmed if an Apple first appears on the screen.
Continue to hold the Side Button until you get confirmation that the recovery mode was successfully activated.
STEP 5. An appropriate message should appear in the iTunes window, in which it will be offered to either Restore (with the loss of all data) or Update (without loss of data) iPhone firmware.
With recovery mode on the iPhone X, that’s it. Moving on to the hardest part. DFU mode.
DFU mode on iPhone XS, XR, iPhone 12
Well, we got to the DFU (Device Firmware Update) mode. If the forced reboot did not help, and the recovery mode does not activate, the DFU mode is the last frontier that you can overcome on your own.
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In the process of restoring the device in DFU mode, a clean slate system will be installed on your phone. All information stored on the phone will be lost.
DFU mode can help in cases where the iPhone gets stuck in the boot phase, or periodically displays a blue / red screen of “death”.
I highly recommend that you review all the steps below in full to clearly understand in what sequence and for how long you need to press a particular button. So, to enter DFU mode on iPhone 8, X, XS, XR, you need to do the following:
STEP 1. Connect iPhone to computer and launch iTunes. Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes.
STEP 2. Alternately press and release Volume Up, then Volume Down, then hold down the Side button and hold it until the screen goes out.
STEP 3. Simultaneously press and hold for 5 seconds the Side button and the Volume Down button.
STEP 4. Then release the Side Button while holding the Volume Down button for another 15 seconds.
STEP 5. A message should appear in the iTunes window stating that iPhone has been detected in recovery mode. The iPhone screen should remain off.
STEP 6. If after your manipulations nothing happened, or something flashed on the iPhone screen, then you got lost when counting the seconds. Go back to STEP 1 and try again.
Well, that’s all. In fact, the DFU mode on the iPhone XS is activated in the same way as on the younger iPhone models, but the reboot and recovery mode are already in a new way.
I think that all of us will soon get used to new combinations. unless, of course, Apple again “throws out” a couple of unnecessary buttons or replaces them with something like “twist, lick, dip.”.
I wish you all a good day. and keep your iPhone running smoothly! Well, it’s time for me to turn the nuts.
How to Restart iPhone X / XS / XR / 11/12
Let’s say your iPhone freezes or starts to glitch, or won’t turn on at all. To return it to a working state, you must perform a forced reboot. Forget (if you knew) any other button combinations and follow the step by step instructions below.
The new iPhone restart button combination will take a little more manual dexterity from you. If it doesn’t work the first time, try again.
STEP 1. Press and quickly release the Volume Up button. Then press and quickly release the Volume Down button.
STEP 2. Now hold down the Side Button until an Apple appears on the iPhone screen.
To make it easier to remember, remember the children’s saying “Plus, minus. closure”. By analogy, it is in this sequence that the buttons must be pressed.
Everything seems to be with a hard reset. Did not work out? Try to be more nimble and try again.
Recovery Mode and DFU on iPhone 8, X, XS, XR, 11, 12
As the saying goes, “Nothing in this world lasts forever, and you and I will also someday be in a box underground.” oh, I wanted to say “. in heaven”. This truth must simply be accepted, no matter how terrible it may seem. You see how cheerful I am!
So Apple again decided to bring you and me from the clouds to the ground and forced all users of the “sparkling” iPhone 8, X, XS and XR to retrain to press the physical buttons of the smartphone in a new way.
In this article I will show you the combinations of buttons that will lead to a hard restart, activate recovery mode or DFU mode on iPhone 8, X, XS or XR, 11 and 12. After all, now everything is different again.!
No matter how you twist the iPhone XS / 11 or even XR in your hands, you will never guess what you need to press to force restart it. Most likely this led you to our site.
Well, no problem. Now I will show you how to force restart, activate recovery mode or DFU mode on iPhone models 8, X, XS, XR, etc.
Also, before we dive into the details, let’s take another look at the iPhone XS button names. Now the on / off button is called Side Button, or in our “Side Button” (Side Button is somehow not as annoying as our version, so further I will use this name). Volume Up / Down buttons remain unchanged.
The round HOME button you’re so used to hasn’t moved to the iPhone X for obvious reasons, but it’s still there on the iPhone 8/8 Plus. Despite this, the button combinations for both iPhone models are identical.
Recovery Mode on iPhone 12
Step 1. Update to the latest version of iTunes and connect your smartphone to your computer.
Step 2. Press successively Volume up, Volume down, and then press and hold the Side button until the iPhone restarts and the iTunes Connect screen appears.
Step 4. You can now either upgrade to the latest iOS version (your data will remain) or restore (your data will be erased).
If you are using a Mac, a similar window will appear (on macOS Catalina and Big Sur).